Live it out

How will you respond?

If you were unable to join us for commitment weekend, that's ok. You can still participate, as God leads. Check out the Live It Out page to see how you can get involved in generosity and service.

Baptism Weekend

May 14/15

Aspen Ridge will have a Baptism Weekend on May 14/15. If you have made a faith commitment to Jesus Christ and would like to explore participating in this ordinance, please contact pastoral staff by May 8. 

Elder Nominations

May 8 deadline

We are accepting nominations through May 8 for candidates to be considered to join the Elder Board. Forms are available in the church office. 



Live It Out

By God’s grace, we are pursuing a bold vision that can only become reality as we live it out.

Easter is a distinctly Christian holiday that remembers the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Christians believe that this resurrection is good news, and that it makes a new relationship with God possible by faith. However, a growing number of people in our community and world do NOT believe that Christianity contains good news.

In the same way God sent Jesus to seek and save the lost, so Jesus sends us to the same end in our harvest field and throughout the world.

We imagine a day when every person in our community experiences the love of God through the people who make up Aspen Ridge Church. This may take many different forms, but a common denominator includes practical demonstrations of God’s love toward our community.

Recent News


Precepts (a women’s group) will begin a new 3-week study on May 7, 8:30 – 10:30 AM. 

The National Day of Prayer is Thursday, May 5, and activities will be located on the west steps of the State Capitol building in Denver.

Ministry Goal: To help families prepare stress free home cooked meals. In addition, each month we make extra meals and share them with families that are in need. 

Between our Sunday morning services, there is a 15-minute window that will allow us to support our April series with prayer. 

We recently gave a gift for every household to take home: a little book called The Treasure Principle. It’s about the secrets of joyful giving to bless others.