FORGE - Refuge youth

1 Peter 1:6-9, "So be truly glad. There is wonderful joy ahead, even though you have to endure many trials for a little while. These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold—though your faith is far more precious than mere gold. So when your faith remains strong through many trials, it will bring you much praise and glory and honor on the day when Jesus Christ is revealed to the whole world.  You love Him even though you have never seen Him. Though you do not see Him now, you trust Him; and you rejoice with a glorious, inexpressible joy.  The reward for trusting Him will be the salvation of your souls." (NLT)


Mission

To provide a safe and encouraging environment for youth to study the bible, worship, fellowship and forge a stronger relationship with Jesus!


Forge: to form or make, especially by concentrated effort


We recognize... that young people today are faced with pressures and adversities like never before. Their faith is under constant attack and their culture is defined by worldly ideologies. For our youth, these years are a pivotal time in life when they are faced with tough questions and big decisions. So our desire is to lead them to the One who has the answers to life, Jesus Christ! 


Students from 6th Grade to 12th Grade are welcome. 

Bring your friends and check out what God is doing!


When do we meet up?

Wednesdays at 6:30pm






Stay connected

Wednesday nights - 6:30pm

Bible Study - Every Wednesday we study the Bible to learn how to love God and love others.


Activities - Join us for our once a month on/off campus activities that involve fun, community, and service. 

1 Samuel

First Samuel tells the story of the transition in Israel from the period of the judges to the era of the kings and prophets. Samuel was the last of the thirteen judges in Israel, and he was the first of the prophets. He also was the one who anointed the first two kings of Israel, Saul and David. It had been God's desire to rule over His people in a theocratic form of government, but the children of Israel didn't want to continue to live without a human king.  God allowed Israel to have what they asked for and in First Samuel we learn how that all works out

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