Our Sunday Gathering
REFUGE is our weekly Sunday gathering. This is where real relationships and rich biblical teaching come together in the context of worship and fellowship.


We meet at 10 am every Sunday at
299 Industrial Drive
Nazareth, 18064

refuge -  refˌyo͞oj (n.)
the condition of safety or security,
a place of shelter or protection.

In the midst of life's trials, temptations, and the trivialities of pop-culture, come find refuge in God. This is where we SEEK, SHARE, and CELEBRATE the refuge we've found in Jesus' love and forgiveness.

The setting and attire are casual, the fellowship is encouraging, but the teaching is substantive and transformative.

"Preserve me, O God, for I take refuge in You." (Psalms 16:1)
More About REFUGE


- You can expect quality BIBLICAL TEACHING in a way that connects with your everyday life. We make every effort to handle the Bible well and never read our own ideas into the biblical text. In the process, we’ve discovered how the Bible is incredibly relevant to our lives and has the power to change us from the inside out!

- You can expect everything to be designed with NEWCOMERS IN MIND. Perhaps you’ve never attended church regularly. That’s okay! You will never be put “on the spot” to read the Bible aloud, answer Bible questions, or participate in any other way that might make you uncomfortable. We also have plenty of Bibles available for those who do not have one.

- You can expect your CHILDREN to be taken care of and have fun. During our gathering, we provide childcare in a safe and clean environment. Your kids will even be taught an age-appropriate lesson from the Bible so they can learn about Jesus too! They will fit right in.

- You can expect to BE LOVED. Since God has demonstrated unbelievable love to us through his Son Jesus, it makes us want to show love and care toward others. Therefore, we’re confident you’ll find our group to be warm and friendly even during your first visit.

Acts 2:42, "And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers."