Campus specific news for the Coweta location.
Tuesdays beginning September 18
6:30 p.m. @ Cedar Ridge Coweta
Ladies, join us every Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. for the Beth Moore study “Esther – It’s Tough Being a Woman”. Books are available at LifeWay, Mardel, and Amazon for approximately $16.
In Esther: It’s Tough Being a Woman, Beth Moore shows how very contemporary and applicable the story of Esther is to our lives today. If you’ve ever felt inadequate, threatened, or pushed into situations that seemed overpowering, this is the Bible study for you. Just as it was tough being a woman in Esther’s day, it’s tough today. This portion of God’s Word contains treasures to aid us in our hurried, harried, and pressured lives.
Questions? Please contact Donna Grant or call the church office, 918-254-0621.
The REACH Residency is designed for people who want to Help Others Follow Jesus by multiplying disciples, groups, and churches in our community and across the globe. The Residency includes a weekly time of learning, encouragement, and accountability with other followers of Jesus. Participants then put these skills into practice by reaching out to others in our community.
This Residency is designed for students and working individuals and has proven to be excellent preparation for making disciples locally as well as for those who desire to serve internationally. We are pleased to offer two tracks this year — a 4-hour/week track and a 7-hour/week track. Both tracks include a weekly time of learning with other followers + sharing Gospel in the community + training believers. The Residency begins in September and runs for a total of 32 weeks.
Questions? Contact Bryan King for more information – firstname.lastname@example.org or 918.254.0621.
As we continue to press forward with No Place Left (no place left where people have not heard the message of Jesus), we have a great tool to help you help others follow Jesus.
Here is a link for the No Place Left Outreach form. Use this form when, where, and with whom you share the Gospel!
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.