1. Join Refuge Bowling Green for an interactive day, afternoon, or weekend exploring different cultural experiences in their city. Learn about other cultures and religions. Experience foods from other countries. Shop at an international market. Experience what living as a refugee feels like.
Serve the refugee community in the name of Jesus. Share the Gospel. Leave with tools to serve the marginalized in your own community.
Itineraries can be customized to meet the needs of your group.
These projects are flexible, based in large part on the needs and interests of the group. The projects are not strictly need-oriented in that Refuge Bowling Green is not wanting groups just to come fill a need, but to see and explore the ministry for themselves. In that sense, think of them like a cross between a service project and a vision trip.
2. Join Refuge Bowling Green as they end their summer soccer club season with a tournament. They welcome churches to come and assist with coaching, Bible stories, food preparation, and spending time with the children and youth.
Refuge Bowling Green, directed by KY-MSC Missionaries Daniel & Alice Tarnagda, is a ministry to internationals/refugees in Bowling Green, Warren County & South Central Kentucky.
Dates Teams are Needed:
No specific dates; Summer is best; Call to discuss options.
Saturdays near the end of July for the soccer tournament (exact date to be determined).
Housing and Food Preparation: To be determined based on group needs. Call to discuss options.
Materials for Project:
No materials required. Some spending money recommended to purchase meals or buy items from international store.
Materials for soccer tournament include foods, soccer balls & equipment. Call to discuss specifics.
Are Background Checks of Volunteers Required: Call for Information
Physical & Mailing Address:
601 Graham Drive
Bowling Green, KY 42101