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No matter what a student likes, who their friends are, or what they think of God, they fit at Ridge Middle School. We’re an environment where every student can feel a sense of connection. Students will develop friendships through high-energy games, learn from engaging speakers, and meet small group leaders who will care for and value them. Our goal is to connect each student’s story to the story of Jesus.


Awkward: A Series on Sex and Relationships
February 21 – March 8
Conversations about sex and relationships can be totally awkward. That’s why students need a safe place to sort through all of the messages being thrown at them about what relationships should be like so that they can understand God’s good plan for it all. For three weeks, we’ll be diving into a series about attractions and desires. Students will be encouraged to practice sexual integrity, which means choosing to respond to the sexual things they feel, think, and desire in a way that respects themselves, others, and God. Will it be cringy and uncomfortable? Probably, but we’re going there.

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