The Ridge has groups and events for every age and stage of life—college students, single adults, men, women, and couples. Getting plugged in to a group that works well with your schedule is an easy way to get connected! Groups can meet on different days and times, and gather in homes or at The Ridge. Events are offered throughout the year, and attending an event is an easy way to connect. We can help you find a group or event that best suits you!
If you have questions about Christianity, about your relationship with God, or if you are giving church another try, Starting Point is a conversational, small-group environment where you can explore faith and experience community. Your curiosity deserves a conversation in a place where opinions and beliefs are valued, and where no question is off limits. For more information about Starting Point, click here.
Short-Term Groups are small groups who meet for 4-6 weeks at the church to learn what the Bible says about specific topics. Offered at various times throughout the year, there are groups for men, women and couples. For more information about Short-Term Groups, click here.
Community Groups are small groups who meet weekly in someone’s home for social time, Bible study and prayer. They are for adults of all ages, stages of life and spiritual maturity. There are groups for parents of pre-schoolers, empty nesters, married couples, men, women, singles and more. For info on how to lead or get connected with a Community Group, click here.
Care groups are places to find help and encouragement through many of life’s defining moments. Some of the Care groups at The Ridge are Men’s & Women’s Support Groups, Divorce Care, Grief Share, Financial Peace, and Smart Step-family. To learn more about Care groups going on now, visit the Events page or explore the website.
Ridge Singles is where unmarried adults can gather together to explore relevant topics, experience fun and serve together in the community. It isn’t a dating service, but it exists to connect singles with other singles to form authentic friendships and build a sense of community with one another through shared experiences, common social interests and serving others.