We all know what it means to feel alone... to be isolated and not sure where to turn. But we don't think this is how life is supposed to be lived. We've been created for so much more. And life is better when lived together.
We’ve all seen it. Social media posts meant to provoke arguments. News articles forcing people to pick sides. It appears there is more that divides us than unites us. And from the division arises anger, protests, and even violence. But what if it was never meant to be that way? In place of protests, there was peace? In place of anger, there was empathy? In place of violence, we could just hug it out? After Easter, join RidgePoint on Sundays at 9 or 10:45 am for a four-week series where we politely ask people to Shut Up and Hug Somebody.
Join us for our second The Great Date Night - with a twist. It's a double date night. We'll start the night at the church at 4 pm and then have you head out to dinner with your double-date couple. We'll also send some activities for you to complete on your date. And we'll return to RPC by 7 pm for some potential prizes. It's $5 per couple and childcare is available for an additional cost.