Easter 2020

Easter 2020

Sunday, April 12 at 9am, 11am, 5pm

Share the digital invite with friends and family! View and share your invitation [HERE].

All are welcome to gather with us online! This Easter, services will be streamed exclusively online. Join us at theridge.church/live and facebook.com/crcwv at 9am, 11am, and 5pm on Easter Sunday. Mark your calendar to tune in and virtually invite your friends and family to spend Easter with The Ridge, too!

On the first resurrection Sunday, nobody expected Jesus to rise again from the dead—not one person. Everyone had watched him die in a moment of darkness in despair. Any hope the disciples had about Jesus being the Messiah was buried along with Him. They all hid in the dark, consumed by discouragement. The devoted women traveling along with Him, weren’t expecting Jesus to rise from the dead. Religious leaders certainly hadn’t been expecting a resurrection either. Soldiers were placed there to guard the tomb so His body wasn’t stolen. 

The Sunday following the crucifixion, they went to the tomb to anoint His body with spices, but were shocked by what they discovered—Jesus wasn’t there. 

The darkest moment in history occurred when our Creator was crucified.
The brightest moment in history was when He rose from the dead.
After the darkness of night, came the dawn of a new day. 

Join us this Easter Sunday, as we explore how the darkness can lead us into the light.

Ridge Kids Easter Videos

Your kids can enjoy Easter lesson & activities at home!

View the Preschool Video [HERE]
View the K-3rd Grade Video [HERE]
View the 4th & 5th Grade Video [HERE]

Women’s Study Group

Women’s Study Group

Women’s Study Group
The Book of Philippians
by Jo Saxton
The life Jesus invites us into when we follow him is one of sacrifice. But does sacrificial living mean the Christian life should be riddled with sorrow? Paul answers that question in his letter to the Philippians with a resounding no. Paul, and the Philippians with him, lived joyfully in the midst of persecution, prison, and poverty.
Throughout the series, Jo Saxton takes us through Philippians to encourage us to follow Jesus no matter what life throws at us. Through Paul’s words and example, learn how joy and sacrifice can go hand-in-hand.


Tuesdays starting March 10th
Wednesdays starting March 11th


Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm–8:00pm
Wednesday mornings at 9:30am–11:00am


$10 per person
Childcare is available for $10 (fee covers all weeks)


The Clubhouse at Chestnut Ridge Church
(1st floor)

Evening Registration

Morning Registration