Becoming a member of North Ridge Community Church is specifically for those who:
- Have made a personal decision to receive Christ as their Savior, and
- Desire the formal connection to North Ridge as their local church.
Many “non-members” attend North Ridge on a weekly basis, and they are still considered an important part of the North Ridge family.
So what’s the purpose of becoming a member?
- Members can participate in the all-congregational votes. These votes occur at least once a year, more if needed.
- Becoming a member provides a sense of connection to the church.
- Some volunteer positions require a person to be a member.
- No single event at North Ridge can help a person understand better this church’s vision, history and purpose of existence.
How does one become a member?
The two hour membership class is offered two or three times per year. It’s broken up into three basic sections:
- A time to meet everyone and hear their stories on how they found North Ridge.
- One of the pastors will provide detailed information about our history, vision, purpose and your personal responsibilities as an official member.
- A short discussion style interview with a church leader to determine if the candidate indeed has a personal relationship with Christ and is willing to represent North Ridge as an official member.