We believe the best way to connect people is through many diverse groups. We believe Christianity is meant to be lived within a community of faith and the best way to connect people is through many diverse groups.More
Our college-age ministry is specifically designed for young adults between the ages of 18 and 24. Whether you’ve just graduated from high school, are a seasoned college student, or live and work in the area, we’d love to meet you!More
We are a team of volunteers who build a bridge between the church and families with special needs. It is our joy to keep your loved ones safe, build friendships with them, and share God’s truth with them at their level.More
As part of the body of Christ worldwide, it is our privilege to partner with individuals, families, and organizations who are at work sharing the Gospel in word and deed.More
At Sunridge, our hope is that men will develop a strong relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe this is done by introducing Jesus to them and providing them with opportunities to grow through bible studies, fellowship, social interaction and service to others.More
Our hope is that as you participate in our different women’s ministry events and Bible studies, you will find a place where you can be yourself and find other women with whom you can connect. None of us has it all figured out, and all of us are far from perfect, but we want you to know that Jesus loves you just as you are and has a purpose for your life!More
Sunridge MOPS is a group dedicated to helping women get connected with others during what we believe can be a super stressful and lonely time…motherhood of small children!More
It's not so much about age, or a number, but stages of life. So whether you’re working, retired, a recent empty nester, married, single, divorced, widowed, or a great great grandparent, you are welcome!More
The men’s prison ministry is a special support group serving inmates at the Cois M. Byrd Detention Center in French Valley. We have a team of men who go into the prison weekly to minister to the inmates; and a prayer team of men and women who are praying weekly for their prayer requests. Do you have the heart to teach, disciple, and pray for inmates?
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The Deaf Ministry at Sunridge is dedicated to helping individuals in the Deaf community find and follow Jesus. Every Sunday at 10:30am, we have an ASL Interpreter available on the left side of our worship center under outstanding lighting and with a great seating arrangement. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also see our recent sermons with an Interpreter by visiting our Deaf Ministry YouTube page, here.
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