Broken Arrow Campus

Located on 101st St. between Garnett Rd. and Olive Ave. (129th E Ave.), our Broken Arrow campus is our first and largest campus. Originally opened in 1979, we’ve had two major expansions in the three decades that Cedar Ridge has ministered to Broken Arrow. Our Broken Arrow facilities include a large worship center, dozens of classrooms for education and small groups, and a dedicated children and youth building.

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9:00 a.m.   10:30 a.m.

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Halloween Block Party

October 17th, 2018|Categories: BA Campus|

Wednesday, October 31 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. (Come-and-Go) Cedar Ridge Heights Neighborhood Don't miss this fun event for the whole family. There will be food, games and candy! Wear your fun (not scary) costumes and

Current Message Series

October 12th, 2018|Categories: BA Campus, Coweta Campus, News, Sapulpa Campus|

Love, John Series - October 7 - November 25 Despise, detest, loathe, hate - words listed as antonyms of love and displayed all too often in homes, at work, in politics and social media. "Dear

Congregational Vote November 4

October 10th, 2018|Categories: BA Campus, Coweta Campus, Sapulpa Campus|

On Sunday, November 4, a formal affirmation vote will be taken before and after services at all campuses to confirm the following elder candidates: {{Mike Dennis}} and {{Mark Ester}}. Requirements for Voting: To be a

Fall Break Middle School Mission Trip

September 22nd, 2018|Categories: BA Campus, Coweta Campus, News, Registration, Sapulpa Campus, Youth|

Impact Camp Barnabas October 18-20, 2018

Trunk or Treat – October 31

September 21st, 2018|Categories: BA Campus, Coweta Campus, News, Registration, Sapulpa Campus|

Wednesday, October 31  │  6 - 8 p.m. Two Locations: Cedar Ridge Coweta & Cedar Ridge Sapulpa Invite your neighbors, bring your friends, drag the whole family along and join us for Trunk or Treat

SuperStart February 22 & 23

September 18th, 2018|Categories: BA Campus, Children, Coweta Campus, Registration, Sapulpa Campus|

SuperStart is a two-day event put on by Christ in Youth that is specifically designed for pre-teens. During the event, SuperStart wishes to provide avenues for age-appropriate worship, relevant teaching, drama and fun. You can

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The Craft Fair at Cedar Ridge is now open! Yummy food, beautiful hand-crafted items, fur babies to adopt, fall mums from A New Leaf! See you there.

October 7 Message
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Despise, detest, loathe, hate - words listed as antonyms of love and displayed all too often in homes, at work, in politics and social media. "Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God."- words written by a follower of Jesus in the 1st Century. His name was John and he had been transformed by love. When he first met Jesus, he and his brother were nicknamed, Sons of Thunder. But later in life he was known as the Apostle of Love. How do you explain that kind of transformation? John wrote about it in the New Testament book of 1 John. Join us Sunday as we take a look at this transforming power in a new 7-week series called: Love, John. ... See MoreSee Less

Despise, detest, loathe, hate - words listed as antonyms of love and displayed all too often in homes, at work, in politics and social media. Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God.- words written by a follower of Jesus in the 1st Century. His name was John and he had been transformed by love. When he first met Jesus, he and his brother were nicknamed, Sons of Thunder. But later in life he was known as the Apostle of Love. How do you explain that kind of transformation? John wrote about it in the New Testament book of 1 John. Join us Sunday as we take a look at this transforming power in a new 7-week series called: Love, John.