Services will be held online-only until further notice.


6th-12th Grade

Welcome to The RIDGE Student Ministry at Laurel Ridge.

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Dates:  July 12-17, 2021
Where:  Jenness Park
Cost:  $395
DEPOSITS:   March 7:  $75; April 25:   $75
 Tentative Parent & Camper meeting on June 16 at 6:45pm at the church.
The final camp payment is also due on that day.
Come join the fun and watch for updates as we get them!

Questions?  Contact Pastor Brandon!

Weekly Events

The RIDGE at the church is BACK ON!  

When:   Wednesdays; 6:15 - 8 PM
Who:  6th - 12th Graders

  "Hangouts" are still online if you are not ready to come back (every other Thursday), and there are opportunities for Bible study, and even some times for games and fun experiences to keep community going.   

 Don't miss out:  we want to see you there.  

To get access to all of the online experiences for students (6th-12th Grades),  
email Pastor Brandon

In-person and online details:
In Person and Online Meetings for 6th-12th Graders!

Online ZOOM Youth Group, every Wednesday, 6:45-8pm
In-Person (outdoor) Youth Group, every Wednesday, 6:15-8pm

Online ZOOM "Game Night and Hangout" every other Thursday, 5:30-7pm

We're back to in-person Youth Group on Wednesdays!

If your family isn't ready to head back to in-person meetings, that's totally cool. 
We understand, and we want you to know that we are working very hard to ensure that students attending our Wednesday ZOOM meetings will still get the same life-changing messages and discussion times 
as students who attend in-person.

We also want you to know that we are taking social-distancing and masks VERY seriously. In-Person Youth Group will consist of socially distanced (at least 6ft between each person) small groups of students (6-8) with an adult leader. Groups will be distanced as far away from each other as possible. 

All students and adults will be REQUIRED to wear a mask at all times.
How Do We Attend?
In-Person - No need to register, students should arrive at LRCC 

between 6-6:15pm on Wednesdays. We will be outside at the back of the building. Students will arrive and stay socially distanced 
while they take a seat in one of the circles of distanced chairs.

Online - No need to register, follow the directions at the Google Doc link below for Wednesday and Thursday Online ZOOM Meetings. Students will 

log in at 6:45pm on Wednesday and 5:30pm on Thursday.
On Wednesday, students will talk and catch up for a few minutes before watching the Bible study lesson, followed by a discussion 

on the lesson facilitated by an adult leader.
On Thursday, the Zoom meeting is less formal, and is an 

unstructured time to hang out with friends and play some games.

When there are no restrictions set by the state, we will meet at our usual times:
High School on Tuesdays, Middle School  on Wednesdays, both at 6:15 PM.
We meet every Tuesday or Wednesday at 6:15-8:00 PM in the Auditorium for music, games, fun, and friends.
Doors open on Tuesday at 4:30 PM, and Wednesday at 5:15 PM.

Lessons are geared directly at students and the life issues they are currently facing.

The RIDGE Schedule
(if date is not listed, it is a normal week for The RIDGE)

In-Person and online:  Every Wednesday, 6:15-8 PM (see notes above).
Thursday Hang Outs:  Every other Thursday.  See details above and contact Pastor Brandon for details.  

Student Community Groups

Contact Pastor Brandon for weekly meeting information.

Get Connected. Go Deeper.

When Community Groups reconvene, they will be back to our regular time and place:
Sunday mornings at 9:15 AM or 11:00 AM
Room 101
For all Middle School and High School Students

Gather with other students to seek God through Bible study, build community, and serve in the church.


STUDENT SUMMER CAMP – July 12-17, 2021 at Jenness Park. For students in 6th - 12th Grades. CLICK HERE to learn more and to signup today!

STUDENT LEADERSHIP – We have places for your students to serve God in the church.  As part of the ecosystem of the church, we want students to lead in other ministries, we want their opinions, and we want them to display ownership of LRCC because LRCC is their church too.  Serving in ministry also allows students to connect with others at church who are not their age, and the more connection points students have the greater the chance that they will continue to be a part of the church when they graduate from high school.  Encourage them to put their faith into action by getting involved in Student Leadership.  
Please e-mail Pastor Brandon for more information on what Student Leadership is, and how to get your student plugged in.