Kindergarten through Fifth Grade

Tailgate Party October 8 at Broken Arrow Campus

Sunday, October 8  •  12 p.m.  •  BA Campus

Save the date for this fun family event! Wear your favorite team’s football jersey or colors and join us for a great time. There will be fun games for all ages! Families are asked to bring single-serving drinks and a dessert to share.

Sign up on Sunday’s Bulletin Communication Card and let us know that you plan to attend. And don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs!

September 20th, 2017|BA Campus, Children, Men, News, Preschool, Women, Youth|

Operation Foster Christmas

Ridge Kids, in conjunction with the Psalm82Three Ministry (Cedar Ridge’s Foster Care Ministry) will be collecting items to stuff Christmas stockings for kids in the foster care system. Our goal is fill 100 stockings by November 8th. The Psalm 82Three Ministry will distribute the filled stockings to foster families within Cedar Ridge and to those in our community.

How does this work?
Donations of small toys, toiletry items, school supplies, etc. can be made to the RidgeKids.tv store. Our elementary-aged kids will then use their Ridge Kids bucks (earned on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights) to purchase these items that will be used to fill stockings. Not only will this benefit foster care children in our community, it will also provide an opportunity for our own Cedar Ridge kids to invest in “giving” to others.

How can you help?
Donate items listed below to be used in the RidgeKids.tv store. Remember…items need to fit in Christmas stockings with several other items!

  • Toiletry items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, small sizes of hand sanitizer and hand lotion, combs, small hairbrushes, and hair accessories
  • Small toys such as yo-yos, fidget spinners, hot wheels, hand-sized dolls, play dough, toy jewelry, and small stuffed animals
  • School supplies such as crayons, stickers, mini notebooks, pens, pencils, erasers, and pencil sharpeners
  • Candy

If you have questions, or for more information, please contact Micheal Byrd, Children’s Minister.

September 6th, 2017|BA Campus, Children, News, Uncategorized|

Wednesday Night Programming

Wednesday nights offer dynamic programming with several classes for adults and activities for children of all ages at the Broken Arrow Campus. For more details, call the church office, 918-254-0621, or contact the ministry leader listed below. Programming available from September – March.

  • Chef Prepared Dinner from 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall | RSVP and Pay Online
  • Activities for all ages from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Worship Center, Preschool Area, & Student Ministry Area

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June 10th, 2017|BA Campus, Children, Coweta Campus, Men, Ministry, News, Preschool, Registration, Sapulpa Campus, Women, Youth|

KidsZone.tv Parent Que

Partnering with Parents…

Parents, reinforce at home what your Kindergarten – 5th grade student learns on Sunday mornings at Cedar Ridge…sign up today to receive our KidsZone.tv Parent Que: kidszone.tv/parentque.

The Parent Que is a weekly email that provides a great way for you to emphasize the Bible story, memory verse, and main point throughout the week. It is also a great way for parents to learn more about upcoming events and activities regarding our children’s ministry.

Questions? Please contact Micheal Byrd, Children’s Minister.

August 31st, 2016|BA Campus, Children, Coweta Campus, Sapulpa Campus|

KidsZone.tv Store

In the KidsZone.tv Store, children buy fun items with “KidsZone.tv Bucks”, earned by memorizing Bible verses. We’re looking for donations of new, small toys and trinkets to use as “inventory” in the KidsZone.tv store. Other popular items include CD’s, DVD’s, books, bookmarks, and games. Drop off your donations in the Kids Zone at any Cedar Ridge campus.

December 11th, 2012|BA Campus, Children, Coweta Campus, Men, Sapulpa Campus, Women|

Foster Care – The 111 Project

On January 1, 2012 there were 8308 children who, through no fault of their own, were in the custody of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS). The families of these children are not able to care for them due to incarceration, extreme poverty, physical abuse, drug abuse, neglect or abandonment. The 111 Project is a campaign to recruit foster families from Oklahoma churches to meet this need. The purpose is to leave no Oklahoma child without a family. Contact the church office for more information about Foster Care applications and other ways that you can be involved.

May 24th, 2012|BA Campus, Children, Men, Preschool, Sapulpa Campus, Women|

Calendar

November 25th, 2011|BA Campus, Children, Men, Ministry, News, Preschool, Sapulpa Campus, Women, Youth|

Campus News

categories3Did you know you can see the news listed on this page in a filtered way? Click on the category listing below each news item to see other related news.

Each category, as well as this news page, has it’s own rss feed. Here are our news categories:

March 8th, 2010|BA Campus, Children, Coweta Campus, Men, News, Preschool, Sapulpa Campus, Women, Youth|