The Pleune-Mobley Center is the most recent addition to the Highland Presbyterian campus. The center provides educational and meeting space for the church and is the home to the Youth Ministry and Mission Center and Kentucky Refugee Ministries.
Youth Ministries offers opportunities for fellowship, Christian education, and events for youth in the church. Click here to learn about Youth Ministries.
The Youth Ministry and Mission Center provides three bunkrooms (for up to 36 people) and facilities for youth who come to Louisville to serve in mission. To learn more about bringing your mission team to Louisville contact Rev. Doodle Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502-451-2910.
Kentucky Refugee Ministries (KRM) is an independent non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing resettlement services to refugees who are legal entrants into the U.S.A. KRM operates through faith-based and agency-based co-sponsorship to promote self-sufficiency and successful integration of refugees into the Louisville community.
Kentucky Refugee Ministries began as an affiliate of Church World Service. Started by church member Donna Craig in 1990, KRM first used Sunday School rooms as office space. As the work of KRM expanded, much of the Pleune-Mobley Center has been developed into office, classroom and program space. Since its inception, KRM has assisted over 12,000 refugees representing over 50 nationality and ethnic groups. Highland Presbyterian Church has maintained a long relationship with KRM and is privileged to support their work. For more information, go to www.kyrm.org.