We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As Part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord's Table.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events within the life of Ridglea Christian Church.

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  • 24 Hour Prayer Vigil April 18-19

    The 24 Hour Prayer Vigil will be held at RCC starting on April 18 at 7pm until April 19 at 7pm. We will have a labyrinth, stations of the cross, prayer wall and many other prayer stations! Sign up to be a Host (you will be at the church to “keep watch” in order to […]

  • All-Church Birthday Party

    Sunday, April 6, 2014 we will be celebrating all our Birthdays at our annual Potluck All-Church Birthday Party after worship.  Please bring your favorite dish to share.  Our wonderful Membership Committee will be hosting this event hoping that we will stay to share a meal together and continue to strengthen relationships with one another. If […]

  • Intergenerational Mission Trip – July 15-19th 2014

    RCC will travel to San Antonio, the 7th largest city in the US to work on various mission projects this summer. We will work with the Inman Christian Center to help with projects for which their community has a need. The trip will also include a dinner on the Riverwalk and a fun activity on […]

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Who We Are

Ridglea Christian Church is a Disciples of Christ congregation.

Disciples 101

What Disciples believe:

Like most Christians, Disciples affirm:

  • Jesus is the son of the Living God, and offers saving grace to all
  • All persons are children of God

Beliefs and practices usually associated with the Disciples denomination include:

  • Open Communion – The Lord’s Supper, or Communion, is celebrated in weekly worship. It is open to all who believe in Jesus Christ.
  • Freedom of Belief – Disciples are called together around one essential faith: belief in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Persons are free to follow their consciences guided by the bible, the Holy Spirit, study, and prayer; and are expected to extend that freedom to others.
  • Baptism by Immersion – In baptism, we symbolically die to our old ways, and rise from the waters to a new life built on trust in God. Although Disciples practice baptism by immersion, other baptism traditions are honored.
  • Belief in the Oneness of the Church – All Christians are called to be one in Christ and to seek opportunities for common witness and service.
  • The Ministry of Believers – Both ministers and laypersons lead worship, service and spiritual growth.