Cedar Ridge Community Church

★★★★★

About Cedar Ridge Community Church

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CRCC does not conduct any masses, it has church services. They are at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sundays. Also has Sunday School classes for all ages.

The church moved to Spencerville, MD, to 2410 Spencerville Road
Spencerville, Maryland 20868. The phone number is still (301) 384-7444.

Although the music is mostly contemporary, the atmosphere is very worshipful. You can wear any type of clothing and not be remarked upon. The people there look on the inside. There is a lot of emphasis on spiritual growth, which may explain the many types of support and small groups (home groups are a crucial part of the structure, though the structure is very loose). You will be offered Free Trade coffee, tea, and hot chocolate or lemonade for the children, and there are doughnuts, bagels, and cream cheese (and napkins!), which you can take into the auditorium sanctuary with you, reminiscent of the Moravian Church, only the latter only do it on occasion.

You should go ahead and do the name-tag thing, so you can meet the friendly people better. The church is changing and still reorganizing with a new pastor, whose British accent takes some getting used to. Most people are involved in some ministry, but there are so many kinds that you are sure to find something to fit you.

It is very low on pressure. People can go there regularly for years and not join. You can even attend the Journey Seminar and still not be ready, and that will be OK. The greatest thing there in my opinion is the level of acceptance of others.

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★★★★★

CRCC does not conduct any masses, it has church services. They are at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sundays. Also has Sunday School classes for all ages.

The church moved to Spencerville, MD, to 2410 Spencerville Road
Spencerville, Maryland 20868. The phone number is still (301) 384-7444.

Although the music is mostly contemporary, the atmosphere is very worshipful. You can wear any type of clothing and not be remarked upon. The people there look on the inside. There is a lot of emphasis on spiritual growth, which may explain the many types of support and small groups (home groups are a crucial part of the structure, though the structure is very loose). You will be offered Free Trade coffee, tea, and hot chocolate or lemonade for the children, and there are doughnuts, bagels, and cream cheese (and napkins!), which you can take into the auditorium sanctuary with you, reminiscent of the Moravian Church, only the latter only do it on occasion.

You should go ahead and do the name-tag thing, so you can meet the friendly people better. The church is changing and still reorganizing with a new pastor, whose British accent takes some getting used to. Most people are involved in some ministry, but there are so many kinds that you are sure to find something to fit you.

It is very low on pressure. People can go there regularly for years and not join. You can even attend the Journey Seminar and still not be ready, and that will be OK. The greatest thing there in my opinion is the level of acceptance of others.

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I recently started going to Cedar Ridge and I'm impressed by their inclusive philosophy. They are open to people of all views, even those who are new church-goers. They have special groups for everyone from teens to single older adults. They also have classes for children during the mass. The church is built on a renovated farm and the building is inviting, just as the people. The masses are often based on contemporary topics, such as movies or current events. It may not be appropriate for those who like traditional church services.

PROS: Fresh philosophy
CONS: Not for everyone

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I recently started going to Cedar Ridge and I'm impressed by their inclusive philosophy. They are open to people of all views, even those who are new church-goers. They have special groups for everyone from teens to single older adults. They also have classes for children during the mass. The church is built on a renovated farm and the building is inviting, just as the people. The masses are often based on contemporary topics, such as movies or current events. It may not be appropriate for those who like traditional church services.

PROS: Fresh philosophy
CONS: Not for everyone

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