bags available this sunday!

We've got an amazing group of students who are going on trips this summer, both to build up their own faith and share that faith with others. This weekend, we will have bags available in the lobby that you can pick up to support one of these students or sponsors, by means of prayer and treats for the MOVE event. Check it out!

Summer Refreshing

let's get together!

Because we know that family schedules change in the summer, Aspen Ridge will experiment with a modified “summer schedule” this summer. Beginning the weekend of June 3/4, we will fold our Saturday evening services into our regular Sunday morning services at 9:00 AM and 10:45 AM. Saturdays will resume after Labor Day!

Tell Others the story

we'd love to hear from you

Have you had an opportunity recently to tell the greatest story ever told to a friend or neighbor? Drop us a line and let us know how to rejoice with and pray for you. 



Now, in putting together our Easter celebration weekend, I hope to address all three persons with an exposition on what difference the death, burial and, especially, resurrection of Jesus Christ may make in a person’s life. This is the burden of 1 Corinthians 15.

Imagine for a moment that you’re inviting someone to your home that you have been trying to connect with for a long time, and they finally agree. Maybe it’s even an author or public speaker or an actor that you have long-admired, and now you have the chance to have them in your home! 

On the occasion of a candidate weekend (January 14/15) for our search team’s recommendation for Director of Student Ministry, I thought I would describe a handful of convictions about how we discern God’s leading in an important matter like this. It cannot be stated too strongly that a decision about how we support our students toward the fulfillment of our vision is vital to the health of Aspen Ridge for our present and our future ministry.

I will never forget as a young man coming to learn about the Christian faith. I had a background with some exposure to religion. I intuitively knew that God existed. I knew something about his holiness and his law.  I also knew that I fell short, and this led to a guilt issue that wouldn’t go away.

Recent News


The current tenants will be moving out of the "Parsonage" rental property that is owned by Aspen Ridge in mid-January.

DV8’s White Elephant Christmas Party will be held during student ministry times on December 14 for middle school and December 15 for high school.

We will be collecting a love offering during these last weeks of December and then will present a gift to the staff as an expression of our appreciation.

Boxes are due back on or before November 13!