What are Refuge Groups?

At Refuge, we come together in our brokenness with a desire to find healing and fellowship.

We support each other through a transformative process of self-examination, sharing, encouragement, and accountability. Refuge strives to be a safe place where our pain and our struggles are met by Christ’s love and grace. Common struggles include but are not limited to addictions, pornography, sexuality, anxiety, worry, grief, and eating disorders.

Refuge groups are closed groups for men and women, though new groups start each new season (Sept, January, March, and June). These group make a commitment to each other to meet for 11 weeks, maintain confidentiality, and complete homework assignments. We find trust, support, and accountability with others who are experiencing similar life struggles. Together we work through a Biblically-based curriculum of healing, transformation, and grace.

When and Where Do They Meet?

Refuge groups meet at different times and locations throughout the week. If you would like to join a Refuge group please email Victoria Renard and she will get you connected to a refuge group. 

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