Join us on Sundays at 10AM via Zoom

We continue to meet at 10 AM via Zoom for virtual Sunday services

Earth Day Celebration

Friday April 23, 6-10PM
Celebrate Earth Day by volunteering on our community farm, and then watch a family-friendly, environment-themed movie projected on the side of our historic barn. 

Outdoor Sunday Service

Join us on Sunday May 2 at 10AM for an outdoor Sunday service. Numbers and limited, so please sign up in advance.

Virtual Sunday Service

Although in-person services remain cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, we invite you to join us at 10 AM for our Sunday service via Zoom.

About Us

Cedar Ridge Community Church is a diverse, open, and affirming community of followers of Jesus, sharing God’s love with everyone and working to make the world a better place for all. We invite you to join us on our journey of growing to be more loving people who recognize that change must begin with us.

Giving

Help us serve our neighbors, help the oppressed, and live out other aspects of our vision that require resources to implement.

Children & Youth

Learn more about visiting with infants, children, and youth in Middle and High School.

Responding to the Pandemic

Getting Involved

Learn how you can get involved in our community and beyond.

Justice Means Taking Responsibility

A statement by Matthew Dyer, our lead pastor

Latest Message

Matthew Dyer - November 19, 2017

Hope in Sickness and Death

In some ways, the world is a dark and scary place. Dystopian books and movies express our fears of chaos and suffering caused by conflict, disease, natural disasters, and environmental catastrophe. The vivid imagery of the four horsemen of the apocalypse from the ancient book of Revelation has long featured in popular culture—emblematic of a breakdown of social order and the ushering in of a violent and desperate future. Through media access, we are increasingly exposed to the devastating impact of poverty, famine, earthquakes, floods and war. None of us is untouched by suffering and death, and the anxiety that surround them. Given this reality, what place is there for hope? Can we honestly explore the topics of the environment, war, poverty and death, and find reasons to believe that good can overcome evil? Can hope in God empower us to stand fearlessly in the path of the 4 horsemen?

Scripture References: Isaiah 58:1-12

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Our Vision

Imagine a community …

… that dares to dream of heaven on earth; a community where everyone is accepted and respected and their journey cherished, regardless of their background, beliefs or place in society; where everyone looks out for the concerns of others and no one is alone.