We are a growing church, and each of our campuses is unique. A map of our Bee Cave Campus is available to download, with a directory of our buildings and spaces where Sunday programming is located for different age groups.
A note from our lead pastor
Here at the Ridge, we believe church is more than a place to show up every Sunday. “Church” is you and me—a dynamic movement of God’s people striving to live the Jesus life in a world desperate for His grace and mercy.
Ridge Kids provides weekly programming and events for children from birth through 5th grade to learn about God’s love for them.
Ridge Students offers great opportunities to get to know other middle and high school students and grow in your relationship with Jesus. We break out into small groups and studies, go on retreats, get crazy with events, gather during the week, and serve as a team — all to pursue God and love people!
Embrace, our special needs ministry, creates opportunities for the entire family to worship and study God’s Word.
The Table exists to inspire young adults – college, 20s, and 30s – to pursue Jesus and be part of God’s mission in Austin and around the world.
Ridge Men offers opportunities to connect with other guys who are working to be intentional about their walk with God.
Join us this Sunday
We would love for you to join us on a Sunday! Find out everything you need to know about your first visit to our Bee Cave Campus.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have services every Sunday at 9am and 11am, located in our Worship Center.
We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early, so you'll have plenty of time to find a parking space, drop off your children and/or students, grab a cup of coffee, and find a seat. From the moment you arrive, we have volunteers to help direct you!
Each Sunday we gather for meaningful worship and biblical teaching that can be applied to everyday life. In every service, we have live worship followed by a relevant, straightforward message that will help you know Jesus, grow in Him, and serve Him daily. Watch some of our previous services here.
We have classes for children from birth through 5th grade. Ridge Kids is a place where kids learn about God's love for them in a safe, fun, and encouraging environment. An amazing team of volunteer leaders teach, challenge, and encourage children each week, using age-appropriate lessons from the Bible, activities, and games!
Please note: Birth-1st Grade meets in Building A, and 2nd-5th Grade meets in Building C. Ridge Kids services for all ages are available during both services.
If you are a first time visitor, you can pre-register your children for Ridge Kids here.
We want to be a great place where your student can be with friends and learn about Jesus. Ridge Students offers large group gatherings, small groups, events, and opportunities to serve — all to pursue God and love people!
We have several opportunities to get connected at the Ridge! Our Young Adults ministry meets weekly on Tuesdays at our Southwest Campus. Our Men’s and Women’s ministries offer Bible studies, classes, and events throughout the year. We also offer Events, Classes, and Life Groups, which are great ways to grow in your relationship with Jesus and build community.
We offer accessible parking, entrances, and seating.
Embrace, our special needs ministry, connects individuals of all abilities to our Sunday morning experience. We offer one-on-one pal support and host classes for children, teens, and young adults with special needs, creating an opportunity for the entire family to worship and study God’s Word. If you are planning your first visit, let our Embrace team know you are coming by filling out this form.
We offer American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, Spanish interpretation, and Ukrainian interpretation during our 11am services.
We welcome all certified service animals, such as guide dogs for the blind.
Please note: Emotional support animals or pets are not allowed, and service animals must be leashed and under the control of their handler at all times.
Bee Cave Team
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Abraham was born and raised in South Texas. After graduating from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor, Abraham felt a calling to serve and communicate the story of Jesus to college students and young adults. Abraham is excited about the opportunity to serve with the Young Adults community at the Ridge. Abraham enjoys playing basketball, working out, and drinking lots of coffee with his wife, Ellie.
Adriel was born and raised in a little town outside of Waco called Rosenthal. She received her Elementary Education degree from Texas A&M University and returned home to Baylor University to receive a Master’s degree in Museum Studies. Adriel has worked at the Dallas Museum of Art for their summer art programs and was formerly a mixed media instructor for Dougherty Arts School. In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband, James, and their adorable pup, Teddy. Adriel feels completely blessed to be surrounded by an amazing team at the Ridge and looks forward to seeing God’s hand at work with Ridge Kids!
Alec grew up in a military family and moved around a lot when he was younger. He primarily lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but loved visiting his family in Katy, Texas every summer. Alec and his wife, Raelin, moved to Texas to be closer to his family three years ago. In his free time, Alec enjoys rock climbing, eating crawfish, and walking his dogs. Alec enjoys using his knowledge and resources to propel the Kingdom of God forward!
Ali was born and raised in San Antonio (with a few of those years spent in Oklahoma). She received her BA in Curriculum and Instruction, with a dual focus on Special Education and General Education, from Texas State University. Ali has a Young Life background, so she thrives in relational ministry and loves the relationships she has made with students and their families here at Austin Ridge.
Fun facts: Ali is also a dancer and a vocalist! When she’s not hanging out with students she is attending a concert, putting on her own, taking a dance class, hiking a mountain, or is road tripping to see her family.
Amy is a native Austinite and graduate of Baylor University. She is passionate about making church accessible and welcoming for all families. She is married to Bo, and they are raising three teenage girls, Trinity, Felicity and Charity. In their free time they enjoy traveling, hiking and exploring new restaurants. Amy is passionate about helping others identify their strengths and use them to serve others!
Andy was born in Dallas and grew up in Richardson, Texas. Blessed to have an enormous Young Life presence at his high school, Andy quickly discovered what following Jesus was all about. After high school, he attended Baylor University, graduating in 2005 from the business school with a degree in management. Following graduation, Andy moved back to Richardson and met his wife, Haley, soon thereafter. Andy and Haley married in 2008 and moved to Austin in 2011, where they began attending the Ridge. They have two amazing kids, Hudson and Peyton. You can see Andy most Sundays in the parking lot, where he co-leads the parking team for the Ridge. Outside of work and church, Andy enjoys fishing, golf, and traveling with his wife and kids.
Angie was born in Colorado and raised in Houston, Texas, where she lived for 12 years. She moved to Austin after she graduated from Sam Houston State University with a degree in Small Business Management. Angie is married to her amazing and loving husband, Shine, and is blessed with five wonderful children: her daughter Allison, twin boys Chris and Nate, and twin girls Emily and Maddie.
Angie loves being with her family, playing games, going to the beach, watching football, and eating chips and salsa. She also loves music – singing, going to concerts, and praise and worship! Angie is humbled to be a part of the Austin Ridge staff and looks forward to seeing the amazing things God will continue to do here at the Ridge, in our city, and around the world!
Annie grew up in Austin, attended the University of Texas, graduated with a degree in Education, and taught in both public and private schools before moving to Rwanda, Africa, to work as the Education Director at a home for orphans. While there, she also taught a Pre-K class and English to a small group of women. After almost two years, God closed that door and brought her back to Austin, although Africa will always have a piece of her heart. After several years in the classroom, God provided a job within Austin Ridge for her to serve as the Director of SonShine School. Annie loves and enjoys her job - the staff, the children, and the parents! When not at SonShine, she enjoys CG, all things outdoors, and lots of time with family, friends, and her husband.