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  • What to Expect | Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church | Hueytown

    What to Expect. Pleasant Ridge gathers every Sunday at 10:30 am to worship the Lord together. We desire the beautiful diversity of God's people in our city to come together to display our unity in Jesus. Please come as you are, and our prayer is that the Lord will use our times of worship together to transform us all more into the image of Jesus. ​ ADDRESS The address for Pleasant Ridge Baptist is 1343 Hueytown Road, Hueytown, AL 35023. ​ PARKING There are several spots available for parking around our campus, but we have designated parking areas for use every Sunday and Wednesday. North Parking Lot: This parking lot connects you to Sanctuary and Youth facilities. South Parking Lot: This parking lot connects you to the offices, Sanctuary, small groups, and Children's facilities. ​ ATTIRE When it comes to attire, we very much encourage you to come as you are. You will see many of our members wearing a variety of clothing options: casual, dressy, etc. We encourage you to wear whatever is comfortable and makes sense for you. ​ CHILDREN ' S MINISTRY The Children's Ministry accommodates children from birth through 5th grade. Our Children’s Ministry is called Ridge Kids, and it meets on the second floor of the south wing. You can access this floor from the doors directly across from the playground at the back of the building. The curriculum they use is designed to walk them through the basics of the Christian faith and point them to Jesus and what he has accomplished for them. For more information visit The Ridge: Kids . ​ STUDENT MINISTRY The Student ministry is for grades 6th through 12th grade. Ridge: Students meet on the second floor on the right side of the sanctuary. You can access the student space from the North Parking lot by the door to the right of the sanctuary. Follow the Ridge: Student signs to the second floor. The student ministry is designed to build upon the basics of the Christian faith and go a bit deeper into doctrine as it relates to the individual and how it applies to life. For more information visit The Ridge: Students . ​ SERVICE Our services typically last an hour and 30 minutes. We structure our services around worship, prayer, and preaching. ​ WORSHIP Our worship is a blend of traditional and contemporary. We have a praise team and a choir. You will hear a mix of traditional hymns and modern Christian songs. Our goal is to express a biblical and theological experience in our worship. ​ DENOMINATION Pleasant Ridge formally cooperates with the Southern Baptist Convention . To learn more about our theological beliefs and convictions, visit Our Beliefs . ​ HOW DO I GET CONNECTED WITH MORE PEOPLE AT PRBC? Small Groups are the best way to get connected at Pleasant Ridge. We have a variety of opportunities for you and your family to connect through small groups. During the Small Group hour, you will get to know people, invest in one another's lives, find encouragement, and study the Bible. To learn how you can connect visit Connect . ​ J OINING IN MEMBERSHIP Interested in the next steps towards membership with PRBC? You can find help here, Membership .

  • WELCOME | Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church | Hueytown

    Work in Progress! 205.491.3771 1343 Hueytown Road Hueytown, Alabama 35023 About Pleasant Ridge Pleasant Ridge is a community of believers whose mission is to glorify God by making disciples in their homes, community, and in the world. Service Times: Sundays—10:30a Wednesdays—6 :00p Links in the Meantime: GIVE PRESCHOOL LIVESTREAM

  • Ridge: Students | Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church | Hueytown

    Ridge: Students. Note to Parents: Our strategy is to walk alongside parents to help them disciple their student(s). We do this by equipping students to know, love, and follow Christ. Part of how we do this is to create a community where students think deeply about Christ, glorify God in all things, and by taking the Gospel to the nations. ​ Gatherings There is no formal "check-in" for the student ministry. On Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings, students will go to our student space to spend time in community, bible study, and prayer. ​ Connect Each month there are numerous opportunities for students to connect with others outside of weekly scheduled gatherings. See the events section below to explore how your student(s) can connect with us. Sundays : 9:00am | Wednesdays : 5:30-7:30pm Curriculum The Book of Habakkuk — Wednesdays and Sundays There is a section of the Old Testament from Isaiah to Malachi that are known as the Major and Minor prophets. Each book tells us of a different person whom God used to tell specific group of people to repent from their sin and turn to God. The Book of Habakkuk is known as one of the minor prophets of these Old Testament prophets. Among his experiences, Habakkuk was grown troubled over God's apparent tolerance of injustice. We follow a conversation between God and the prophet Habakkuk over the question of injustice, idolatry, and the rising threat of Babylon. In this conversation, we hear Habakkuk's complaints over this injustice and God's responses. This dialogue leads us to see God's righteousness and justice in the midst of our apparent observations of what we see. For us today, the appearance of injustice is a common. We hear and read about events of apparent injustice. This is something that many of us have in common. Even more for students, how can they make sense of those who seem neglected, ignored, or mistreated. The book of Habakkuk gives us help in seeing the apparent injustice and inspires us to hope, trust, and rejoice in God's faithfulness to His promises. Sermon Series — S pring Habakkuk 1:1-4, April 24th Habakkuk 1:5-11, May 1st Habakkuk 1:12-17, May 8th Habakkuk 2:1-8, May 15th Habakkuk 2:9-14, May 22nd Habakkuk 2:15-20, May 29th ​ Sermon Series — Summ er Habakkuk 3:1-19, June 5th Guest Speaker, June 12th Psalms 119, June 19th St. Louis Mission Trip, June 26th Psalms 119:1-8, July 17th Psalms 119:9-16, July 24th Psalms 119:17-24, July 31 Psalms 119:25-32, August 7th Psalms 119:33-40, August 14th Sermo n Series — Fall School Kick-Off 2024, August 21st Psalms 119:81-88, August 28th Psalms 119:89-96, September 4th Psalms 119:97-104, September 11th Psalms 119:105-112, September 18th Psalms 119:113-120, September 25th Psalms 119:121-128, October 2nd Psalms 119:129-136, October 9th Costume Bowling, October 16th Psalms 119:137-144, October 23rd Psalms 119:145-152, October 30th Friendsgiving, November 6th Thanksgiving Break, November 13th Sermon Series — Winter Psalms 119:153-160, November 20th Psalms 119:161-168, November 27th Psalms 119:169-176, December 4th Christmas Break, December 11th New Years Break, December 18th, 25th New Years Hangout, December 31st Student Events. Sat, Jun 22 Student Mission Trip 2024 / Ferguson Learn more Jun 22, 2024, 7:00 AM – Jun 29, 2024, 7:00 PM For the summer of 2024 student mission trip, we take I-65 North to "the Gateway to the West," St. Louis, Missouri. In partnership with Send Relief, we will work in the city helping urban communities struggling with poverty and education disparity. Wed, Jul 10 St. Louis Student Discussion Panel / Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church Learn more Jul 10, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Join us as students share about their time served alongside Send Relief in St. Louis, Missouri. Fri, Aug 02 OneWeekend 2024 / Hueytown Learn more Aug 02, 2024, 7:00 PM – Aug 03, 2024, 11:00 PM OneWeekend is a community event for students in grades 6th-12th. During this weekend, churches gather to worship and study God's word together.

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