Ministries

AspenRidge has ministries for those who want to grow deeper in their faith and draw closer to their church community. We also serve others through our Missions ministry. To find out more about any of these ministries, please contact pastordean@aspenridge.org.

Small Groups
Life on Life Small Group

Tuesday at 7:00pm in Falcon at the Kaaren Lanoy’s home.
Contact Pastor Dean 719-313-0002

 

Women

Yearly Women’s Events:

  • Monthly potlucks
  • Girl’s Nights Out
  • Bunco Night
  • Meals for those in need

“We believe in God?s created order for Biblical manhood and womanhood. Men and women are created equal in being but with diversity of function. We will have a complimentarian women’s ministry that honors male leadership within our homes and within the body of Christ. We choose to do this through being helpers and life-givers fulfilling our purpose to the glory of God!

“The women of AspenRidge Church are committed to cultivating a women’s ministry that complements and supports the work of the pastors and elders, that nurtures and equips our women for growth and service, and that promotes a comprehensive Biblical view of manhood and womanhood to be passed on as a legacy to the next generation.”

Titus 2:1, 3-4

“You must teach what is in accord with sound doctrine… Likewise, teach the older woman to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted to much wine, but to teach what is good. Then they can train the younger women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the Word of God.”

Men
Men?s Group

Our pastor is actively involved in various community men’s groups. If you would like to connect, please e-mail us at pastordean@aspenridge.org for more information.

Friday morning, 6:00am – The Journey

BNO (Boy’s Night Out), 3rd Friday of each month, contact Dean for more information.

 

Missions
Our Focus

AspenRidge will focus her efforts primarily in these three areas: Unreached Peoples, Reached Developed Peoples, Reached Undeveloped Peoples. Our desire is to follow the established missions? presence in these areas by serving in the capacity at which the long-term personnel deem the most impactful for accomplishing their task.

Unreached Peoples: Primary strategy is to send and/or support long-term missions? personnel into an Unreached People group.

Reached Developed Peoples: Primary strategy is to support the development, training and efforts of national believers and/or missionaries. For examples, short-term missions trips, vacation Bible Schools, Conferences and meeting spiritual needs.

Reached Undeveloped Peoples: Primary strategy is to meet physical needs, such as, clean water, schools, food supplies, medical needs, disaster relief, etc. in the name of Christ.

Missionaries We Support
  • Chad and Kristin Tabor with e3SportReach at www.e3sportreach.org
  • Missionaries to Turkey, names withheld