Noah’s Playroom is an indoor play area dedicated to the memory of a little boy named Noah William Riddle who loved all sorts of things, such as his family, trucks, soccer, and his many friends. But most of all, Noah loved his Jesus, and had a resolute faith and hope in Jesus as his anchor. He knew from a very young age that no matter what, the love of Jesus would always win!

Noah went home to be with Jesus on February 17th, 2016 after a brave fight with cancer. Thanks to the loving support of The Refuge and its congregation, Noah’s legacy of faith continues on. Noah’s Playroom now serves as a place where all of God’s kids can play and love and discover Jesus as Noah did.


Coleman’s Playground is our outdoor play area dedicated to the memory of a young man named Coleman who loved children and was filled with joy whenever he got to serve them in children’s ministry. Coleman had a heart of gold and infectious smile that drew people of all ages to him. His gentle and tender spirit caused him to place high value on the eternal aspects of life.

Coleman went to heaven on April 25 2013. This playground serves as a place to remember the example Coleman gave us to never overlook the greatest in the kingdom, God’s little children. We pray all who play here will love and live well as Coleman did.