Small Groups

Learn, Love, and Do.

Small groups are an important part of building a true, caring community of believers. A healthy small group at Aspen Ridge is made up of people who assemble in Christ’s name for 3 primary things—to Learn, Love, and Do.


In our topical and sermon-based small groups, we dig into God’s word together, learning about Him and about ourselves. In our interest-based small groups we use things such as fishing, knitting and hunting to learn about each other and the God who created us uniquely.


Small groups at Aspen Ridge are places where we experience God’s love for us. They are also a place where God’s love and grace overflows from us into those around us. My children, our love should not be just words and talk; it must be true love, which shows itself in action. (1 John 3:18).


 Small groups are places we do. Do life together. Do worship together. Do evangelism together. We are better together. We recently did a church-wide service project together called “Get Out,” where we served the community in Evergreen and Marshdale.

Sermon-Based Groups

Learn and grow together as you dive deeper into the content of the week’s sermon.

Topical Groups

Explore a particular biblical theme or theological subject.


Fun Groups

Groups based on shared recreational interests, like fishing, volleyball, hiking and golfing.


Revealed: A Poem by Eric

See spring mountains burst alive with light aspen green, hear birds singing praise as sunlight hits the morning scene. “New life” they proclaim, with a “cheep, chirp” as it begins to rain. Feel the warm afternoon sun on your face, surrounded by a vibrant blue sky...

A Gift for You!

Christmas and the New Year are times for gifts and new things. And while the materialistic culture around us would like to focus on bright, shiny, new toys for women, men, girls and boys, the beauty of the season from Christianity’s perspective are the gifts that last forever.

Let’s Be Friends!

“Thanks man!” came his smiling response as we shook hands. We then exchanged a few sentences of small talk that I can’t remember, before he spoke the words I’ll never forget. The words he said next were simple, yet so sincere. Friendly yet fearless. They were powerful and felt providential. 


If you have questions or would like to serve as a small group leader, email Eric Krajewski (Director of Small Groups) at [email protected].

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