Su Refugio’s goal is to reach the people of Paraguay with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  An outdoor amphitheater, capable of seating 250 people, provides the venue to host church, school and community events, where the gospel of Jesus Christ can be preached. The amphitheater is unique in its architecture, with a modern steel structural roof that provides protection from the hot or rainy weather.

The outside wall of the amphitheater is covered by a unique colored concrete storyboard that shares the Good News of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.  It is called the Wall of Hope.  The Etruscans from northern Italy, initially developed this art form approximately 2600 years ago. Today, local Paraguayan artists, created the Su Refugio Wall of Hope.  They applied five layers of colored concrete and then sculpted the concrete in two dimensions to form the shape and a third dimension for the color.  The result is an impressive 90 foot long by 5 foot high mural constructed on three mural walls, the center wall depicts the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  For a guided tour of the artwork, one simply needs to read from the Bible and view the scenes created within the art.

For the stone will cry out from the wall, and the beam from the woodwork respond. Habakkuk 2:11