We strive to REMAIN in Jesus, so that we may RESEMBLE Jesus in everything we do.
The vision for The Refinery emerged out of both the encouragement of the Holy Spirit and a dream. The mission is to create a church in Huntington, West Virginia that would be a home to all ages and represent the diversity of our Tri-State area.
Our lead pastors, Dylan and Sharia Mckneely have the heart to reach our area and beyond with the life-transforming message of Jesus. They both believe in the potential of the next generation and the potential of the now generation. Dylan and Sharia are fully invested in playing a role in the life of our City and beyond.
Dylan & Sharia Mckneely
The complete verbal inspiration of the accepted canon of Scriptures originally given. They are infallible and uniquely authoritative and free from error of any sort in all matters, including scientific and historical, as well as moral and theological.
Who exists in Three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; distinguishable but indivisible.
Test and fall of man as recorded in Genesis, his total spiritual depravity and inability to attain divine goodness.
He is the Savior of all people, conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of Virgin Mary, very God and very man.
Christ's Death, Resurrection and Ascension
He died for our sins, was buried, rose again on the third day, and appeared to His disciples. We believe in His bodily ascension to heaven and His bodily coming again for the Church.
A gift from God for all people of every race, age and background, received through repentance and faith in the perfect and sufficient work of the Cross, by which we obtain forgiveness of sins.
For all who believe in the way of salvation God made for us through Christ; and eternal consequences of separation from God for those who reject Christ.
The Gifts of the Spirit
The operation of the gifts of the Spirit as enumerated in I Cor 12-14 and demonstrated in the Early Church.
The Fruit of the Spirit
The nine attributes of a Christian life inspired by the Holy Spirit living within them.
A symbolic remembrance of Christ’s suffering and death for all people.