Latest Sermon Series
Join us as we take a look at what the Bible says about generosity.
In this message series, we will take a closer look at eight major themes in the Bible.
In this message series, we explore the names of Jesus as Christmas approaches.
In this message series, we explore the truth that to the christian this world is not our home but our hope and home is with God in heaven.
In this message series, we unpack the concept and implications of grace -- Though grace in and of itself cannot be seen by the naked eye, it has been seen through the physical work of Jesus Christ.
An "open weekend" message by Pastor Dean on the importance of relationships.
As the church we are ONE. This message series is all about being one voice, one mind, and one body. Come along with us as we teach the essence of being unified in Christ and as South Ridge members.
For this message series we surveyed YOU, and over the next eight weeks will attempt to answer the questions you asked of the Bible.
Guest speaker, Tim Haring, tells the story of David and Goliath.
A short sermon series that addresses some of the roles we fill as we go through life.
Five weeks study talking about the importance of prayer. During that time we’re encouraging (and challenging) you to make a 7-5-2 commitment --- And that is to PRAY 7 Days a Week on your own, 5 Days a week with your family/friends, and 2 days a week with your Spouse or another Prayer partner.
In this two-week message series, we unpack the truth of the Gospel and Jesus' impact for mankind.
In this message series, we will pursue the truth, value, and origin of Wisdom as it pertains to our walk with Christ.
In this series, we unpack what the next right step in our current circumstance(s) should be in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
The pastors of South Ridge Church explain the significance of certain encounters in scripture between God and a few chosen individuals.
Brad and Kate Aldrich share their testimony and speak on the importance of a marriage in Christ.
The pastors of South Ridge Church walk through the steps we must go through to experience true freedom in Christ.
The pastors of SRC display the vision of South Ridge and ask that you be a member in our journey.
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Our current sermon series is entitled: Cultivating Growth. Click the graphic to download the reading guide!
Ridge Kids has many serving positions available this summer from June through August, as our small group leaders who serve 9 months out of the year enjoy a summer Sabbath. June is JAM Camp - a fun experience with crafts, games and Bible teaching. If you would be interested in joining our summer team, register by clicking the image above!
There will be a concert to benefit World Orphans on June 2nd from 6-8 PM at our Bridgeport Location, featuring Aaron Boyd, songwriter of God in this City.
We're partnering with MPARC's playground program and FSU Men's Basketball Team for a new way to reach out to our community.
The camp will be offered for free at 5th Street Park on July 23-26 from 1-3pm and at Barrackville Elementary/Middle from 6-8pm to reach out to these kids with God’s love and the gospel.
We cannot do this without you! Volunteer by marking “Big Shot” on your communication card with your contact information or click the graphic above.
On June 10, 2018 from 1:00-2:30 PM, our children and student ministries will host an Identity in Christ Conference at the Fairmont location, as Chris Campbell from Resolutions Counseling equips parents to teach their children about finding their identity in Christ and how to instill purity in their lives. A catered lunch will be provided.
This summer, 16 people from South Ridge Church will go on short-term mission trips to Costa Rica and Romania to serve alongside missionaries and local churches. While there, they will be part of a couple projects that will help the missionaries and local churches carry out their ministries long after those from SRC return home.
The cost of these projects is around $10,000. We want to give those of you who are not able to go the opportunity to contribute to make these projects possible.
Did you know that we opened a second location in Harrison County, which launched on February 11th?
To view the most recent news and updates for Second City, click the image above.
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Right Now Media is available to all church members and gives access to Bible studies, kids videos, sermons and more.
Why We Exist
South Ridge Church exists to provide people with the opportunity to experience real life, real relationships, and real purpose through a growing relationship with Jesus.
We strongly believe that everybody wants and needs real life and that real life is experienced exclusively through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Therefore, we encourage people to take information about God (caught or taught) and turn it into intimacy with God.
We strongly believe that everybody wants and needs real relationships and that real relationships are experienced through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Love for God and others is the hallmark characteristic of Christian spiritual growth and maturity. Therefore, we encourage people to grow in real relationships with God and others that are motivated by love.
We strongly believe that everybody wants and needs real purpose and that real purpose is experienced through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Real purpose is how we put our knowing and growing to work. Therefore, we encourage people to pursue God-given opportunities that produce God-sized results by serving Him and others.
Join us in corporate worship during one of our weekend services.
We believe that strong marriages and families are the foundation of strong churches and communities. South Ridge offers a number of ministries focused on helping families grow together as disciples of Jesus while experiencing real life and real relationships.
Groups meet in homes throughout the community each week for Bible study, prayer, and the development of meaningful relationships.
Real Purpose is lived out inside and outside of the church building. Our service teams are organized to go where the need is. Service teams are structured to serve weekly (such as in our weekend services) or seasonally (such as for a specific ministry initiative).