Sunday Services: 9AM & 10:45AM

The King’s Forge

Welcome to The King’s Forge – Ridgeline Community Church’s Ministry to Men

  • Having a personal relationship with Jesus.
  • Being a husband who sacrificially loves his wife.
  • Raising your children according to biblical principles.
  • Representing Jesus in your work, neighborhood, and city.
  • Maintaining fellowship & accountability with other men.
  • Using time, resources, and talents to further God’s kingdom.

So how do we do this in Men’s Ministries?

Men’s Ministry Ministry/Event Types:

For the Family

As the spiritual leader of our home, we need to lead in love. Spending time with family is great but we need to make it more intentional. If we “date” our family and pour into their lives we will be leading them and loving them as Christ loves his Church.

Fun with the Guys

Sometimes men need to get together and just lay it out with other men. Iron sharpens Iron and by being active together and having fun we build fellowship and promote sanctification in a manly way. We include our sons so they can learn how to be a man by showing them what men do.

Serving the Church and our Community

As Christian Men, we should seek to glorify God by being Salt and Light to our World. Serving those who are the least of these both in our Church and our community honors God, testifies to what Christian men are, and helps us grow in our faith.

Large Events

Annual marque events are important to draw more men into the ministry and to be a part of something bigger in our Church body and the greater Church. It is also a great way to evangelize and reach out to our community.



Tuesday Mornings 6:30 - 7:45 am Room 106


Come join us as we study the gospel of Luke. For information contact Russ Brooner.

Tuesday Evenings (BSF) 6:30 - 8:00 pm at RCC
Men’s Bible Study Fellowship –  Acts and the Letters of the Apostles.

BRING A FRIEND, BRING A NEIGHBOR. This 30 week 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.

For a good summary of Acts, click on the links below.

Acts Part I 

Acts Part II  

More information and online registration at  Class meets Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Ridgeline Community Church. 

Contact: Phil Garcia 970.690.1994 

Wednesday Mornings 6:30 - 7:45 am Room 106


Come join us as we study the book of Romans. For information contact Greg Ruff.  

Wednesday Evenings 6:00 - 7:30 pm Greg Heredia's Office

The men will be reading through 2 Samuel and going through a study guide by John MacArthur focusing on the life of David. 

Our schedule will follow AWANA regarding days off, snow cancellations, etc. Anyone interested can contact Jason Fruh or 440-823-6964.

Sunday Mornings 9:00 - 10:15 am Brian Gram's Office

Men’s Forum

We invite you to come to discuss different cultural issues and/or personal challenges that we all may be facing.  The discussion guides us towards spiritual or scriptural applications of the different topics, always seeking God as the source of all wisdom. For information contact Chad Mathis.

Upcoming Events

Mar 06

Men’s Retreat at Snow Mountain Ranch

March 6 @ 6:00 pm - March 8 @ 1:00 pm