We have many ministry options for you!
Please read through all options and contact ministry leader for more info.
Adult Sunday school
Sunday services at Ridgeway are a great time of worship and digging into God's word, but we encourage you to take your relationship with Christ further by joining a Sunday School classes.
Next Level: Biblical Foundations for a Christian Worldview
Soul care: 7 transformational principals for a healthy soul
Based on Dr. Rob Reimer’s book, this class will be a 7-week study (concludes on June 23) on developing spiritual wholeness and healing in our lives. Join us as we examine what the Scriptures teach concerning our identity, repentance, overcoming family sin patterns and fears, forgiveness, healing wounds, and deliverance.
Spanish Class led by Pastor Joel Afanador, Room 207
Class schedules can be found in the Welcome Center. Please contact Jorge Afanador at: email@example.com for more information.
Our Men's Ministry, lead by Pastor Joel Afanador, takes place every Tuesday evening at 7pm for pizza and fellowship and the meeting starts at 7:30pm! For more information, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women of God: Gather, Grow, Go
Women of God: Gather, Grow and Go is a Bible Study ministry for women of all ages. We meet on Wednesday mornings from 9:30am to 11am during the school year. Our mission statement is to help women come to know Jesus, grow in Jesus and share Jesus through solid Bible teaching, prayer, fellowship and outreach opportunities. For more information, please e-mail: email@example.com
Soccer Ministry is open and available to MEN of all ages!
In the Spring: Moves to Thursdays, May 2-June 27 Outdoors at Saxon Woods in White Plains. Only one group for all ages from 8:30pm-10:00pm
In the Fall/Winter: Every Monday night from from 6-8pm (Group 1: ages 10-15) and 8:00pm-10pm (Group 2: ages 16+) in the Ridgeway Gymnasium.
If you have questions, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE RIDGEWAY COUNSELING CENTER
If you, a loved one or a friend need counseling, discipleship or are just feeling stuck in life please contact us at: email@example.com
Hurts, hang-ups and habits that rob us of the fullness of life that Christ has for us are addressed in Celebrate Recovery, a program based on twelve Biblical steps and eight Beatitudes. Men and women are invited to attend on Thursday nights at 6:30pm. For more information, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep up to date with Celebrate Recovery by liking their Facebook Page!
Special Needs Ministry: JUBILEE
Joyful, Unique, Blessed, Image of God, Loving, Empowered, Eternal.
The mission of JUBILEE is to provide a place where families of, and individuals with special needs (verbal, nonverbal, developmental delays, different syndromes, autism spectrum) can feel welcome, wanted, safe, supported and loved and flourish. We accomplish this by hosting JUBILEE celebration parties. Parties will include a short bible lesson, arts and crafts, songs, music, dancing and food.
We will look for different methods and ways to share about God’s love and grace. We believe the Holy Spirit can touch all hearts, regardless of cognitive limitations. We will explore strengths and gifts so individuals with special needs can be empowered to serve and fulfill their role in the body of Christ. These events will also be a meeting place of support, encouragement and fellowship for their families. Parents and siblings will gather separately.
Families, for more information or if you or anyone you know is interested in being a part of this new ministry at Ridgeway, please contact email@example.com
If you are a young adult, ages 18-30, we would like to invite you to one of our gatherings. Every Sunday night at 7pm we come together with the intention of growing in relationship with each other and seeking after God. While we also have committed smaller communities of young adults that gather all around Westchester and NYC. All those interested can email Aaron: Aaron@RidgewayChurch.com, or contact the church office.
New beginnings: Seniors ministry
Our goal is to make a difference in our church and community and fulfill God’s plan for our lives. Psalm 92:14 says “They shall still bring forth fruit in old age: They shall be fresh and flourishing. Retiring age doesn’t mean it’s over, it means “New Beginnings “. Our Lord wants to use us seniors to enhance His Kingdom. Please check Sunday’s bulletins and come out to our senior’s meetings. For more information contact Pastor Carl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warriors Prayer Ministry
We meet every Wednesday night at 7:00pm all ages welcome. We worship and praise our Lord as we pray for our personal needs and intercede on behalf of others. Note: If you cannot not attend and need prayer click here to submit a request and your prayers will be covered. For more information contact Pastor Carl at email@example.com.
If you are in need of food, Ridgeway and the Foodbank for Westchester are here to help. Our church food pantry is open on: Monday’s from 10am-3pm and Tuesday's from 4pm-6pm, with mobile distributions happening weekly all over Westchester. Click here for schedule of mobile distributions. All those interested can email Jeff Meyer: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our Facebook page.
Women’s Tuesday Night Bible Studies
Women's bible study on Tuesday Evenings from September-May from 6:30pm-8:30pm. For more information please email Leslie Wong at: email@example.com
NOINOPIA - Overcoming Financial Challenge God’s Way
Our mission at NOINOPIA is to help people overcome financial challenges God’s way. Our two free programs address the needs of people who are either working but short on money every month (NOINOPIA Money) or people who are unemployed and in financial need (NOINOPIA Work). We rely on Biblical teachings to strengthen both mind and spirit. Built on this foundation, our programs provide education in the form of independent study, small group classes and one-on-one mentoring. Our support includes personal accountability, fellowship and prayer. In addition, each program offers financial assistance. We also serve in the community together to give back to others in need. NOINOPIA is open to all who are ready, willing and able to work hard and make changes. To learn more, visit our website at www.noinopia.org or call us at 914-269-8354