To bring the hope of Jesus into every home.


Our Mission

To help people find and follow Jesus.


Multiply leaders

Multiply disciples

Multiply networks of churches


Giving is Greater | We give generously because God generously gives.
Faith Over Fear | We act on faith not fear as we follow God’s call.
Be Close to the Far | We lovingly invest in those who are far from God.
Together is Better | We follow God best in community.

Our Story

The Ridge Community Church was started by Lead Pastor Mark Weigt in October 2006. We are a non-denominational Christian church in multiple locations. We have 2 locations in Wisconsin; Greenfield and the Oak Creek-Franklin area. We are also online at live.theridgecc.com and on YouTube. Our atmosphere is welcoming, our dress is casual, our free coffee is hot, and we want you to feel comfortable when you're with us.

Here's a little bit more about how and why we got our start...

Mark was born and raised in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He earned a business degree from the University of Miami and a Masters of Divinity at Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky.

Mark worked at churches in Florida, Kentucky, and California, but he and his wife Donna felt a need to come home and start The Ridge for a very specific reason, "It bothered us that people didn't go to church. And it's not their fault. It's our fault. Churches weren't there for them. We wanted to create a church for non-church people."

That idea soon became the vision of The Ridge: To Bring the Hope of Jesus into Every Home.

During your first or second time with us, Mark says he hopes you'll find something different, "My hope is that you experience acceptance, love, and authenticity. I hope you experience something engaging, fun, and inspiring so that you want to come back and bring a friend."

We hope you find us to be hopeful and helpful people trying to look, love, and live a little more like Jesus every day.

What should you expect while you're here for a service? Our coffee is free and strong. Our people are real and really care. Sometimes our music is called 'too loud,' but we're ok with that. We aren't afraid to use humor or our own personal failings to make a point. We hope you'll find us to be a safe place, and a place where you can experience the presence of God, and the love of his son Jesus.

We hope to see you soon!