• Growth Steps

    We want to help you become the person that God made you to be. What's your next step in that journey? We're right beside you with the tools to help.

  • First Steps

    • Attend church regularly.  Worshipping and learning in a community with others is one of the best ways to re-align yourself to God.
    • Read your bible. God's Word is meant to be woven throughout our lives, giving us new wisdom with each season we experience. It's the story of His love for us since the being of time - something best enjoyed daily. 
    • Pray. We have the privilege of direct connection to the Creator of the universe. Through prayer, God addresses our deepest hopes and fears, give us direction and expresses His love to us. 
  • Essential Steps

    • Get Baptized. Baptism is our way of telling the world about our relationship with Christ. Jesus did it. And it's an important way we can follow in His footsteps. 
    • Give. When we give, it acknowledges God as the giver of everything we have. It reflects our trust that He will continue to provide for us, and allows us to be a part of his work here on earth. It's something we do with Joy.
    • Bring your family. Following Jesus is a journey that becomes even more meaningful when shared. A great way to lay the groundwork is getting your kids involved in the ministry that's designed just for them. 
  • Focused Steps

    • Build Relationships. Connect with people in a LifeGroup where you can make new friends, connect with people growing in the same area as you, or a develop mentoring relationships. Find a group here.
    • Serve. Make a difference by serving a worthy cause, whether volunteering at Ridgewood Church or changing something in your community.
    • Grow as a leader. Invest in others by putting your leadership skills into action. You've got lots of options, like mentoring, coaching, leading a LifeGroup, or launching a mission. 
    • Get help. Your Next step may be gaining freedom from harmful influences in your life, like recovering from addiction or framing unhealthy relationships. 
    • Learn and grow. Go deeper on a topic you're passionate about with targeting teaching and recourses.