Refuge
Do you feel stuck in unhealthy patterns of behavior or relationships? Have you experienced trauma or loss?

 

Identifying pain points in your life can help you break free from anxiety, get unstuck, build deeper relationships and change unproductive life patterns. At Refuge, we find healing in community through a transformative process of self-examination, sharing, encouragement and accountability. We strive to be a safe place where our pain and our struggles are met by Christ’s love and grace.

In the fall and spring, we offer closed groups of 4-8 people that make a commitment to each other to meet for 12-18 weeks, maintain confidentiality, and complete homework assignments.

For information about counseling and other recovery resources, check out our
Counselor Referral list.

In Refuge groups, we find trust, support, and accountability walking with others who are experiencing similar life struggles. Together we work through a Biblically-based curriculum of healing, transformation, and grace.

View descriptions of the groups at each campus this fall and sign up. Virtual and in-person options are available.

Refuge Facilitators

Refuge is not counseling, it’s community. Refuge group facilitators help provide hospitality, safety and accountability within their group while continuing their own healing process.

If you are interested in facilitating a Refuge group this fall, join us for one of the following trainings: 

September 14th & 21st from 7-9pm online for Central City. RSVP to refuge@idcpdx.com.

September 19th from 9am-1pm at Eastside. RSVP to eastsiderefuge@idcpdx.com.