We are happy you decided to stop by and visit our website. Here you will be able to see some of the ministries and upcoming events at Refuge Church of God as well as get a taste of who we are. If you have any questions that you cannot find answers to on the site, feel free to ask our Guest Concierge. We thank you for visiting our virtual home and look forward to meeting you in person. 

What kind of church is this?

We are a church with a rich history and a bright future. We are a welcoming, engaging family of faith, seeking to be a refuge to all who would enter. We are the perfect church for imperfect people!

How do I get to the church?

Getting here is quite easy. We are located at 595 Quincy Street, in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, between Lewis and Stuyvesant Avenues. Check out our location page for more information.

What about children?

Children are a priority here at Refuge. While you are enjoying our magnetic service in the main sanctuary. Your child can experience Jesus at their level during our Kids Zone children’s church. Not only does Refuge have trained, loving children ministry workers for the little ones but we also value the safety and care of your children, and we have measures in place to protect them. All of our children ministry workers receive background checks before working with our children.

What to wear?

Wear what is comfortable to you! Refuge is a “come as you are” church. Jeans and ties are equally welcomed.

How will you know that I am a visitor?

We usually ask first-time guests to stand so we may recognize you. Do not worry or run away, you are not expected to say anything. We would love to give you a gift and a Welcome Packet, which includes information about all our ministries and staff. We ask that first-time guests complete a contact information card so that we can add your name to our prayer and mailing lists.

Do I have to make a financial contribution?

Contributions are given as an act of worship for attendees who call Refuge their home. We teach and believe in Biblical stewardship. For guests, your presence is a gift to us. We do not expect our guests to contribute financially, though you are certainly welcomed to if you wish.