Contact Us

  • Phone: (336) 498-7751
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  • Meeting Address:
    115 Waketa Dr. Asheboro, NC 27203

Service Times

  • Saturday: 6:00pm
  • Sunday: 9:00am and 10:45am

Missional Community


Community Groups matter because God has designed you to live as a family with other believers. You aren’t meant to be on this faith journey alone, but with brothers and sisters who will love you, support you and hold you accountable every step of the way.

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Community Groups are integral to the life and mission of North Ridge Church. We prioritize community and want to continue to develop the best way(s) to connect people to Community Groups. There are a few ways to get connected to a Community Group.

Getting Connected in an Existing Group:

There are two options when it comes to connecting to an existing group.

  1. You probably already know someone that is a part of a North Ridge Church Community Group. One of the best ways, if not the best way, to become a part of a Community Group is to be invited to join an existing group by one of the group members. They know the dynamics of their group best and know how you will fit in with other group members. If you know a group that you are interested in, take the initiative and start living in community with other believers!
  2. You can always try to connect to an existing group. The church staff would be happy to work with you and group leaders to help you find a group that is right for you. *existing group info coming soon

Getting Connected in a New Group:

There are two options when it comes to connecting in a new group.

  1. One of the most natural ways you can get connected in a Community Group is to start one. What would it look like for you to invite a couple of your friends to start a group with you? Invite them to join you as you gather often to live in community together.
  2. Twice a year, North Ridge Church has Community Group Startup Groups. This is a curriculum designed specifically to help new groups get started. These groups meet over the course of several weeks. The group studies together with a North Ridge Church leader with the intent to eventually transition to an independent group.


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