Sunday, March 21, 2021
We are excited to live stream our 11am service on our YouTube Channel! It doesn’t require an account and you can join live!
Easter on the Ridge!
Easter Sunday is April 4 and we’re excited to hold two services. Due to the popularity, registration will be required in order to attend. We’re also happy to announce that we have one person looking to get baptised. If you’d like to be baptised, speak to Pastor Mike or Pastor Ryan for more details.
We’re also planning something special for Good Friday – stay tuned for more information.
In-Person Attendance: 80
Online Concurrent Viewers: 13
Kids and Parents
Ridge Kids is back! If your child is going into Junior Kindergarten to going into Grade 5. The kids will be dismissed part way through the service to go downstairs.
For Nursery content, please download the Parent Cue App. For Nursery at Home, click here.
To see the story video for both pre-teen and elementary, visit the 252 Studio page. They are posted on Monday morning. For additional content, please download the Parent Cue App.
Pre-Teen & Youth
Watch the pre-teen service here: Pre-Teen Sunday at Home.
To watch the brand new weekly Youth YouTube show, visit our channel
During this time, we are encouraging e-transfer for tithes and offerings. To send an e-transfer, set the recipient as The Ridge Church and send it to “email@example.com”. Set password as “offering”. If you want your offering designated, write that in the messages section, otherwise it will go to the General Fund. Auto-deposit is turned on.
You can also use the debit machine in the lobby, or place your offering in the boxes located in the lobby and sanctuary.
A Message About Masks
GNB has announced that masks are now manditory for all public spaces, including churches. This means that, for the entire time you are inside the church, you must wear a mask (unless you have a medical condition that prohibits you from doing so).
Also following GNB guidelines, people who are using a mic will not be required to use a mask while they’re speaking or singing, but will put it back on once they’re off the stage. From GNB: “Masks are required inside all places of worship and faith gatherings. An exception is made for a performer or officiant who is performing activities that require vocalization (like talking or singing) at a faith gathering, wedding, funeral, etc.”