Refuge empowers local churches to journey alongside refugee families while they continue to settle into our city.
The needs of refugees extend to many areas during and beyond their initial months of resettlement. Our aim is for churches to journey alongside them in these varied areas. This will allow them to model neighborly love as they empower refugees toward greater independence and cultural acclimation.
Teachers and Helpers needed to teach English as a second language.
English Conversation Practice
Help refugees learning English by spending time in conversation and sharing stories.
Citizenship Test Prep Courses
These classes aim to help refugees prepare to take the U.S. citizenship test.
Prepare resume’s, learn computer basics, and much more.
Work weekly with kids to share Bible stories, games, and crafts.
Help Nepali women make and sell jewelry, clothes, and other things to provide income for their families.
Encourage adults and children through their experiences of trauma and transition through intentional art projects.
Job Search Assistance
Help refugees with the difficult task of finding and maintaining a job.
Use your skills to develop refugees vocationally, such as starting a restaurant or learning to code.
In partnership with Youth for Christ, adult mentors and leaders are needed to invest in discipleship relationships.
Family Mentoring & Adoption
In Home Tutoring, Enter the home of a refugee family to assist with homework, ESL, citizenship, culture, etc.