Part of our mission as a church is to "REACH OUT". Refuge Point Church is a church that is dedicated to reach out to our surrounding areas by displaying the Love of Jesus in tangible ways through our outreach ministry. It also means that we are partnered with local and global outreaches who share the same passion. We are invested, involved and connected in these relationships for the long run, learning from one another and ministering to one another.
Throughout the year we host several outreaches which includes:
Back to School Bash (before the start of school) is an outreach where we throw a block party and hand out school supplies.
Various Christmas Outreaches - Hope Totes, Operations Christmas Child, etc.
Food and Clothes Closet
And other outreaches throughout the year.
Frank Harrell - New Life Japan
Frank Harrell is with Mission to the World (MTW), the international church planting arm of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Frank lives in Osaka and after two years of language study he will serve as a professor with Genesis International College (GIC) in Osaka and work as a church planter for MTW. Learn more at: www.newlifejapan.com
Hope Harbor Ministries
Hope Harbor is a new beginning for women who struggle with the destructive forces of addiction. It is a twelve month, residential, Christian recovery program serving women in and around Warm Springs Georgia. Learn more at www.hopeharborga.com
New Birth Ministries
New Birth Outreach Ministries is a Christ centered recovery ministry for men and women and a discipleship ministry headquartered in Valley Alabama. Learn more at www.newbirthoutreach.net
The Pioneer Network
The Pioneer Network is a ministry that joins churches together and equips men and women for the work of ministry. The Pioneer Ministry School trains ministry students to help change our communities in their sphere of influence. Our students will move on to become church planters, pastors, and non-profit leaders throughout our community and to wherever God leads them to take the Gospel. Learn more at www.thepioneernetwork.org