@ the BA CAmpus
5:30 – Dinner / 6:30 Family Programming
Family Konnect is not just for families who have children. It’s a Cedar Ridge “church family” experience (for families with or without kids) for ages 3 – 103! Chef-prepared meals are offered every week from 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. and then the “Family Konnect” fun begins at 6:30 with teaching, music, group time, and games.
How to RSVP for Dinner
You have the option by pre-paying for meals online. This is a terrific way to support the Family Konnect ministry and most families will save by signing up and paying online.
Whether you want to pre-pay for meals for you and your family or you plan to pay-at-the-door each week, please visit kidszone.tv/meals and let us know you’re coming.
► Sign up and pre-pay online ($4 per meal)
► Or sign up online and plan to pay at the door (Adults-$5; Children 4-10 yrs – $3; Children 3 & under – Free!)
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
Every Sunday at the Broken Arrow Campus, classes are available for adults of all ages to study God’s Word on their own level. Groups are available at both the 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. hours. For more information concerning any of the ABF groups listed below, please contact James Lawrence or call the church office, 918-254-0621.
Disciples – Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Led by David Long
Current Study: The Book of Luke
Grace and Truth – Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Led by Joe Simmons
Current Study: DVD and discussion from 2017 North American Christian Convention
August 27: Grace is Greater by Kyle Idleman / Facilitated by Gil Steidley
You’ll get both Grace and Truth at our Adult Bible Fellowship group. This class contains lots of loving folks, loving instruction, and just plain Bible-based facts with practical application. We seek to increase your passion for the scriptures, and for living out your faith daily. We love it when we have personal testimonies. We often involve ourselves in service projects to evidence out faith by our actions. We are couples and singles, ages are mixed 30-65. You’ll love the class! Most important: You’ll fall more in love with God.
Faithbuilders – Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Led by James Lawrence
Current Study: 1 & 2 Corinthians
As families grow they are confronted with lots of challenges…this is true for people from all stages of life. Whether you are raising young children, experiencing the ‘empty nest’, or simply looking for support in your Christian walk, you will fit right in. Come join us. The coffee and doughnuts are free!
Family of God – Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Led by John Winstead
Current Study: The Church
Financial Peace University – Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Led by Chuck Ulrich and Bryan Champ
9-week sessions meet periodically throughout the year. Watch for information on the next class.
We all need a plan for our money. Dave Ramsey’s class will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more!
Primetimers – Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Led by Steve Rigney
This class focuses on Bible study, service and the encouragement and strength that comes from the fellowship we enjoy as part of the church family.
Solid Foundations – Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Somewhere In Between – Sunday 10:30 a.m. (Women Only)
Led by Nancy Adams
This ABF group is for women in various seasons of life. We come together to study God’s word and encourage one another through life’s experiences. Join us if:
You are married or not married
You are young or not so young
You have many good friends or need more friends
You have inner peace & contentment or are living in turmoil & upheaval
You are a Godly woman or you have miles to go before getting there
What is a Ridge Group?
Ridge Groups are small groups (typically 10—12 people) designed to encourage close relationships and connection with others on a deeper level through Bible study, service together, personal encouragement and support for each other through life’s storms.
Why are small groups important?
God wired us for relationships. We grow spiritually with other people in ways that we will never grow on our own. Christian maturity best takes place in the context of relationships and true life-sharing can only happen in a smaller circle of community.
When do Ridge Groups meet?
Groups meet several times a month on various days of the week and in various locations throughout the community. Each group chooses their own meeting day, time and location. We will assist you in finding a group that is meeting at a time and location that is best for you.
What about childcare?
We encourage each group to determine what best meets the needs of their group. Each Ridge Group handles their own childcare.
How do I join a Ridge Group?
If you would like help getting connected with a Ridge Group that is right for you, please call the church office, 918-254-0621, or complete this form. For more info, contact the following:
Ridge Group Leaders and Leader Resources
If you are interested in leading a Ridge Group, please contact Bryan Champ.
If you are currently leading a group, there are several resources available to assist you:
• Weekly sermon podcast and Ridge Group written materials available for download
• Resource material available to check-out from the Cedar Ridge curriculum library
• Access to RightNow Media, an online library of video based Bible Studies including an entire library of children’s videos. The Bible Study Library includes video discipleship content for every age group and every life situation. Sign up for this free service by contacting Bryan Champ, Connections Minister.
It is that time of year to get back out there and blow up some of those crafty and evasive little orange clay pigeons. If you want to have a blast, come on out! Men, women, boys, girls, family and friends, beginners to experts are all welcome. We meet at the Tulsa Gun Club at 9:00 a.m. The cost is $5.00 per round and we usually shoot two or more rounds.
The Tulsa Gun Club is located at 8888 E. Mohawk Blvd N. (56th street North, ¼ mile west of Mingo in Tulsa). Everyone who plans to shoot should bring ammo. You will also want to bring eye protection and ear plugs, which are required. Sign up each month at the Welcome Center, BA Campus, or by contacting Wendell Fichtner, 918-855-4456.
Mark your calendars for these dates:
Many opportunities are available to contribute in ministry at Cedar Ridge Coweta. Contact the names listed below to sign up or to get more information.
Contact: the church office, 918-254-0621
- Guest Services
Middle School & High School
Contact: Matt Guinn, Student Minister
Contact: Sherri Valder
- Welcome Center
Contact: Kourtney Roop
Journey Group Leaders
Contact: Ryan Fankhauser, Coweta Campus Minister
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.
Kyle Rodell, Student Minister, recently presented the sermon “Entangled“ – providing some staggering statistics on how pornography is a sin that can so easily “entangle” and threaten our families. Listed below are some practical tools and resources available to help keep pornography out of your home as well providing a way to see what activity is happening on your computer. This information is also available at the Welcome Center of each campus.
This site is for blocking pornography from getting into your house at the router level. Easy to follow directions are listed on the website.
This site monitors any computer or i-device on which it is installed. Monthly reports are sent out identifying any pornography that has been looked at. The report also alerts you if the program was turned off at any time. Search “x3watch” in the apple app store for iphone/ipad.
Tech Support is available for help in setting up a family shield. Contact Nick Lockard (Remote Service) at www.nicklockard.com. Nick will answer questions and will walk you through the steps on x3watch.com. There is a small fee ($20) for this support. Be sure to let him know that you are from Cedar Ridge Christian Church.
Celebrate Recovery – Southern Hills Baptist Church
Issue specific 12-step groups
918-743-8897 • shbctulsa.org/cr
Christian Family Institute
Hope Center of Tulsa
Oklahoma Teen Challenge
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.