In 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. called Sunday mornings the “most segregated hour of the week.” Have you ever wondered why most Sundays are still the same today?
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Meadowridge Church is committed to seeing people from all backgrounds worship together in unity...
OUR MISSION IS TO LEAD PEOPLE TO LIVE GOSPEL-CENTERED LIVES. IT IS THE GOOD NEWS OF JESUS THAT CHANGES LIVES AND BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER WHERE:
"ALL RACES ARE UNITED IN CHRIST."
We were all made to be a part of something larger than ourselves. Each of us have a purpose and plan that God has designed for us. You are no exception. We want to encourage and equip you toward that purpose with opportunities to connect, serve, and be a part of a church family who loves one another.
We know life is a journey and we want to partner together for spiritual growth. At Meadowridge Church, we believe that true unity occurs when we meet regularly in LIFEGROUPS and begin "doing life together."
Partnering with families is essential for influencing the next generation. With this goal in mind, we work hard to build up families in growing their faith at home and church. Our strategy for partnering together is custom designed to place parents and leaders together for a combined influence that helps develop authentic followers of Jesus.
What an honor to be able to share the love of God with others. From community events to feeding the hungry, investing in schools to partnering with businesses, we are excited to see God bring people together with the gospel message.
Taking the good news of Jesus Christ globally is a passion of Meadowridge Church. From opportunities to give, pray, travel, and support missions, our desire is see you experience the world with the purpose of sharing God's love with others. Engaging other cultures will allow real life experience in seeing the diversity God has created and the needs many have to meet Jesus Christ.