Summer Weekend Services

During the summer months, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day Weekend, we combine our Sunday services into one celebration. We are excited to gather with our friends and neighbors during one of our services:

 Saturday evening worship at Aspen Ridge Church.

Saturday evening worship at Aspen Ridge Church.

5:00 PM Saturday Worship Service
10:00 AM Sunday Worship Service

At the conclusion of each of these services, we have a time of welcome available from one of our pastors or ministry leaders, and we'd love to meet you! We also have a thriving small group ministry, where you can connect with others who are growing in God's Word together. During the summer, we have some "affinity groups" that meet, with special interests such as golf and hiking. If you're interested in what is available, feel free to browse those groups online and contact a group leader for further information.

Teaching Series


This year, Aspen Ridge will focus on a new and different type of teaching series alongside our celebration of the Christmas holidays. Our series, "He Came," describes why the Son of God became flesh, entering this broken world.

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.

I have mentioned on more than a few occasions how important it was to hear Marshall Shelley, editor of Leadership Journal, indicate once that a chief responsibility of pastoral ministry is to define realities. Somewhere else I heard a prominent church leader say “facts are your friends.” This all reminds me of the words of John Adams: “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” 

In this light, I introduce a series based on the Gospel of Luke entitled “Tell Me the Story.”