About North Ridge Life
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Each month Life Groups meet in the homes of various members of our congregation all over the city of Lubbock. These groups dive deep into God's Word, Discipleship, prayer, and what it means to bear one another's burdens in love. If you would like information on...
Sunday October 27th, we will be gathering together for an evening of fun and fellowship from 5:30-7pm at Atl'do Farms Corn Maze in Shallowater TX (6323 FM1294 Shallowater TX 79415). Our very own Eddy Weir will be playing some acoustic songs by the campfire, and...
Sunday evening, November 24th, at NRLC our Church Family will be gathering to celebrate our Thankfulness for God's wonderful provision in our lives. This is a "Potluck"-style event, so be sure to sign up in the Foyer after service or see Shannon Richardson for details...
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Is it really a “big deal” if we choose to neglect our church?
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper matter a lot at NRLC. Here’s a peek at some of the reasons why…
What we Believe
Find out what North Ridge Life Church believes and teaches concerning the scriptures, God the Father, his Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, regeneration, the Gospel, the Kingdom of God, the Church, and the consummation of all things.
Meet Our Team
Find out more about North Ridge Life’s pastors, ministry leaders and staff.
Serving your children – from infants to teens.
North Ridge Life is honored to serve kids of all ages! We provide a clean, safe environment where your child can grow and mature under the teaching of God’s word – and always in a way that’s mindful of their age, and that is nurturing to their individual needs.
but nothing new.
Times and seasons change. Societies and cultures change. God’s holy word, however, never changes. At North Ridge Life, our goal is to preach God’s unchangeable word as it has been preached for thousands of years. Our style may be representative of our modern age, but the gospel message we preach will never be changed or bent to align with changes in our culture. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. (Hebrews 13:8)