Lents Gilbert Church
12230 SE Harold St
Portland, OR 97236
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Refuge strives to be a safe place where our pain and our struggles are met by Christ’s love and grace. We find support, trust and accountability working through a transformational process with others experiencing similar life struggles.
Our spring season of groups is underway, but many groups still have space! On February 13, there will still be an opportunity to buy books, meet facilitators, and learn about the different groups. Small groups meet every Wednesday for about 13 weeks.
We also offer an open class typically on the 4th Wednesday of the month. No registration or commitment required, just drop in.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
All groups are subject to availability of participants and facilitators.
Our prospective groups are:
Estás deprimida? Estas triste?
Te resulta difícil perdonar a alguien que te ha hecho daño?
No te preocupes – sé valiente!
Invitamos a todas las mujeres de la comunidad y sus familias a una noche de información. Hablaremos de un grupo de apoyo basado en el libro:
Remendando el Alma
Habrá comida, música, convivencia, y cuidar de niños.
Cuando: El 28 de Noviembre a las 7pm.
Donde: Lents Gilbert Church 12230 SE Harold St., Portland, OR 97236
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