Please reach out to the group leader for information on summer meetings.
We encourage everyone who attends Ridgeline Community Church to be the church, not just go to church, by joining in and contributing to a Life Group because that is where we “grow up into Christ, together.” It is our desire to move from a church that has life groups into a church of life groups. Our life groups will be where we do life together by connecting inward and reaching outward for God’s Glory and Jesus’ Kingdom.
Please take a look at the existing Life Groups below and fill out this form if you are interested in joining one or starting a new one.
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Rotating Saturday Night group (36-55, married with children)
Every other Saturday night – Studying sermon follow-up notes. Please contact Brian Grams for more information.
Terrain Tuesday Night group (Intergenerational)
Sharing our stories and studying God’s Word. Please contact Brian Grams for more information.
Rotating Sunday Afternoon group (18-55, married with children)
Rotating in Elizabeth Tuesday Night group (Intergenerational, mostly 56 and older married)
Every other Tuesday night – Studying the book of Daniel. Please contact Ray Schwartz for more information.
Castlewood Ranch Sunday Night group (50 and older, married and singles)
Every other Sunday Night Group – Studying curriculum written by Charles Stanley. Contact Joe and Renee Tinaglia. Cell 720-434-4965
Elizabeth Sunday Night group (18-30, married with children)
Every other Sunday night. Please contact Connie Miller for more information.
Founders Tuesday Night group (30 - 40ish, married with kids)
Jen and Leo Hackett lead this group.
Week 1 – Fellowship night
Week 2 – Sermon Study from the Sunday before
Week 3 – Service night
Week 4 – Sermon Study from the Sunday before
Week 5 – Usually a Fellowship night, when it happens
Please contact Leo and Jenn Hackett or cell 503-884-0943, if you are interested in joining.
RCC Sunday Morning Group (Intergenerational)
Every Sunday in room 106 at 10:45 am – Studying the book of Luke. Please contact Don Lash for more information.
Foreign Foodies Group
Do you like food? Do you like adventure? Do you like adventure in food?! We have a group for you – the Foreign Foodies group! We will be exploring the different cuisine from all over the country and all over the world that Castle Rock, Denver and various other cities have to offer. We will meet every other month, on a Saturday, around 5 pm at different area restaurants. We would ask that it be for people 16 years old and older. Please contact us if you are interested – Renee or Greg Ruff.
Women's Community Bible Study - Acts
Community Bible Study (CBS) – Acts Community Bible Study is an interdenominational women’s Bible study. CBS classes are designed to be caring environments that support each member as she engages God’s Word both personally and corporately. In every CBS class each CBSer engages with the Bible through Five Essentials of CBS: Individual Study, Encouraging Discussion, Effective Teaching, Insightful Commentary, and Caring. Children’s programs are available for birth through teen.
Wednesday Mornings 9:15-11:15
Additional information and online registration is available at castlerock.cbsclass.org.
Contact Ranae Lenderink for more information.
Lost Coffee Sunday Morning group (18-29, singles)
This is our RCC college & career group. We are a community who loves Jesus in authentic community. Every Sunday at 9:30 am at Lost Coffee on Perry Street in Downtown Castle Rock. Please contact Laurie Marcellin for more information.
Men’s Bible Study Fellowship – Acts and Letters of the Apostles
Men’s Bible Study Fellowship – Acts and Letters of the Apostles.
BRING A FRIEND, BRING A NEIGHBOR. This course is an incredible study and journey into the early days of Christ’s Church. The Book of Acts documents the infancy of the early Church from Jesus’ instruction of His apostles before His ascension to the day of Pentecost and the explosion of Christianity, which continues to this day.
Acts and Letters of the Apostles captures the joys and sorrows in the lives of first-generation Christians for 30 years after Jesus ascended to heaven. It describes the Holy Spirit’s empowering of their intrepid mission to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and the world.
Acts can also be called the Acts of the Holy Spirit, as it describes Jesus fulfilling His promise to dwell in the apostles through the Holy Spirit. The indwelling of the Holy Spirit enabled the apostles to perform acts that were previously impossible when Jesus was with them, but not in them.
More information and online registration at bsfinternational.org. Class meets Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Ridgeline Community Church.
Contact Phil Garcia 970.690.1994