Interested in growing in your faith?
Joining a Rooted Group, a Serve or Interest Group, getting baptized, serving, or attending a Launch Group Dinner are great places to start!

The Rooted experience redefines how people live their lives and view their relationships with God and others, giving context to what it means to be a part of something bigger. 

You will begin to see God in new ways, allowing you to experience a different way of life: community, authenticity and generosity. Rooted is an interactive experience. In the course of 10 weeks, you will get together weekly with your group to talk about what God has been revealing to you as you go through the week’s readings, journal entries, and prayer. You will also learn from one another as the Holy Spirit works to comfort, encourage and guide each member. 

Our next session of Rooted Groups will meet on Monday nights beginning January 15, 2018.


Rooted is for everyone. If you are married, we strongly encourage you to participate in Rooted Groups as a couple. In order to get the most out of Rooted, we ask that participants do not miss more than 2 sessions. Each session is unique and builds on each other, so when participants miss a week, they miss a lot! The group also suffers when participants are not there. If you know you will not be able to attend at least 8 of the weeks, we recommend participating in the following session which will start in March 2018 on Sunday nights.

For more information, please contact Lindsey Harden

Baptism is a fundamental step in anyone's journey with Jesus Christ.

At The Refinery, we celebrate with those that are being baptized by holding special baptism ceremonies several times per year. If you have accepted Christ as your Savior and are ready to take "The Plunge," register at the Resource Center or contact Kenny Koger with any questions.

Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit."  Acts 2:38 NIV

Upcoming Events:

Refinery Groups are critical to your spiritual growth and life as a Christian. We are designed to live in community with others and develop lifelong friendships that will enable our faith to develop and flourish. Take a step of faith and join a group today! 

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.  Hebrews 10:24-25 NIV

Purpose: People connecting with people

Goal: Everyone will be involved in at least one group

Interest Groups are groups of people who enjoy doing the same thing. Groups will choose when they meet and how often they meet. Ideas for Interest Groups would be running groups, workout groups, game groups or sewing groups. If you would like to start an Interest Group, contact Lindsey Harden

Serve Groups are designed to go out into the community and be the hands and feet of Jesus. Groups includes iHelp which provides food and shelter to homeless people, a Refinery Maintenance Group and a group that serves the staff and residents at Streetlight. If you would like to start a Serve Group, contact If you would like to start a Serve Group, contact Lindsey Harden.

Rooted Groups are lead through an interactive 10-week experience. Your group will get together weekly to talk about what God has been revealing to you as you go through the week’s readings, journal entries, and prayer. You will also learn from one another as the Holy Spirit works to comfort, encourage and guide each member. For more information about Rooted Groups, contact Lindsey Harden.

Life Groups are groups for all stages of life that meet during the week at different locations. We have Thursday night groups that meet at the church with childcare and some groups that meet outside of the church without childcare. 

Launch Group Dinners! If you are new to The Refinery or you are not already attending a Rooted Group, Launch Groups are for you! These groups are designed to provide a place to meet new people and ask any questions that you might have about The Refinery. Launch Groups will meet once a month for dinner at the church or in someone's home. Contact Lindsey Harden for more information.

Refinery Student Groups: Refinery Students is not just for weekend services. Refinery Middle School Student Groups meet every weekend and High School Students will meet on during the week! We believe that God designed us for community and groups are a great way to buld community! This is a time for students to regroup and get refocused on Jesus. This is a great opportunity for students to connect with their coaches, and other students on a more personal level. We study the Bible, ask questions, build better relationships with other students and grow closer to Jesus together. It is all about doing life with each other. We have more information on groups in our Student Room.

 For more information, please contact Lindsey Harden

Volunteering, also known as serving, is one of the most important things you can do in the life of the church.

At The Refinery, there is bound to be a position that will line up with your gifts and skill set. Download our Serving Opportunities Packet, or apply below for some of our highlighted positions.

 Positions


Lighting Operator

Details: The lighting operator plays a huge role in creating a seamless worship experience for the congregation. Your responsibility is to follow cues based on an order of service and change the spot/house lights as necessary.

Experience: Previous lighting experience is recommended, though not required. Training will be provided as needed.

Schedule: This opportunity requires 4 1/2 hours on Saturdays and 4 hours on Sundays, approximately once to twice per month. Commitment includes 1:45pm tech rehearsal on Saturdays, 7:45am tech rehearsal on Sundays, and involvement in all church Services.

Requirements: Ability to anticipate transitions quickly and work efficiently is a must.

Details: The video operator plays a huge role in creating a seamless worship experience for the congregation. Volunteers operate a Mac computer and run ProPresenter. Volunteers are responsible for displaying videos, song lyrics, and sermon slides utilizing these programs.

Experience: Previous experience in Video/Computers is recommended, though not required. Training will be provided as needed.

Schedule: This opportunity requires 4 1/2 hours on Saturdays and 4 hours on Sundays, approximately once to twice per month. Commitment includes 1:45pm tech rehearsal on Saturdays, 7:45am tech rehearsal on Sundays, and involvement in all church Services.

Requirements: Ability to anticipate transitions quickly and work efficiently is a must.    

Video Operator


Refinery Kids Volunteer

Details: There are a variety of immediate openings in our Kids ministry.

Experience: No experience necessary. 

Schedule: This area of service allows you the opportunity to serve during one Worship Service each weekend. Volunteers will need to be in the Lobby 20 minutes prior to the start of service.

Requirements: People skills, child friendly, warm smile, and friendly presence. Volunteers are required to fill out a Background Check Authorization form prior to serving in this area.


Worship Team Instrumentalists & Vocalists

Details: The Worship Team has the amazing role of leading the church congregation into worship. Whether you’re a vocalist or an instrumentalist, we’d love to give you an opportunity to use your gift of music to honor God.

Experience: Previous experience in Worship Teams or bands is helpful, but not required.

Schedule: Quarterly schedules are built to accommodate individual team members’ availabilities – typical schedule would be once to twice per month. If you are scheduled for a weekend, your responsibilities include: Commitment to learn music/charts on your own time, attend a Wednesday rehearsal from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, arrive at church on Saturday at 1:45pm and 7:45am on Sunday for rehearsal, and involvement in all weekend Services.

Requirements: Christ centered lifestyle. Auditions will be conducted to evaluate your abilities and determine if you would be a good fit for the team.

Are you a Instrumentalist or Vocalist looking to serve with our Worship Team? Fill out your audition application today!


Details: The Cleaning Team is responsible for regular care and cleaning of the Ministry Center, Offices, and Student Ministry Warehouse. Cleaning includes emptying trashcans, vacuuming, mopping floors, cleaning the restrooms, dusting and wiping down counter tops, furniture, and walls, washing windows, spot treating cloth chairs and carpet when needed. There are also tasks that sometimes require repairing equipment, as needed.

Experience: No experience necessary.

Schedule: Cleaning will need to be done at a minimum of once a week at a conveniently scheduled time.

Requirements: Servant-hearted, find joy in cleaning.

Cleaning and Maintenance Team


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