We all feel trapped at times.
Trapped by circumstances.
Trapped by fear or unforgiveness.
Trapped by the sins in our lives.
Trapped by finances.
Trapped in a relationship.
Is it possible to be set free from the things that hold you captive? Join us for the compelling and relatable series. Let’s discover how to experience the freedom Christ intended you to have.
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This Sunday—Do you want to make a difference at The Ridge? You can be a part of the team! Stop by the Serve Board in the lobby to check out all the open volunteer positions—from pouring the coffee to playing on stage, and everywhere in between! We'd love to connect with you and figure out your best fit at The Ridge!
http://www.theridge.church/ehw Beginning Wednesday, September 25—Learn how to gain emotional health and freedom in your life! Women are welcome to connect, and explore ways to let go of the false appearance that everything is fine, and find new ways that will lead to a better, fuller life. Join us on Wednesdays from 6:30pm until 8:30pm at The Ridge. You can register online today.
http://www.theridge.church/datenight Friday, September 27—Something really great happens when you make time for just the two of you—you connect! Married and engaged couples are invited to a fun Date Night! Enjoy a casual atmosphere, appetizers, and connecting with others while growing your faith! Reserve your seats online!
http://www.theridge.church/staycation Saturday, September 28—Hey, college students! Ready for a break? Register online for an awesome and relaxing Staycation! Let’s hang out with friends, enjoy good food, and give each other spiritual encouragement—right here in Morgantown! Sign up online today!
"Loneliness is subjective. It is what you feel. The definition of loneliness is distress because of a discrepancy between actual social relationships and desired social relationships. There's a discrepancy between what I want and what I have."
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