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Dripping Springs Campus

A note from our Campus Pastor

Welcome to Austin Ridge Dripping Springs!

We’re having fun at the Austin Ridge Bible Church Dripping Springs Campus! While being one church in three locations, our flavor and focus is distinctly Dripping Springs. The environment is relaxed and casual. We have dynamic music that you’ll find yourself singing for days. And the teaching is Bible-centered and life-targeted.

Do you have kids? Each week, this place is packed with children and students who are being loved and inspired to know Jesus, grow in their faith, and serve others.

Are you looking for friendships? Hundreds of Dripping Springs residents meet in homes throughout the area to grow together, pray together, fellowship, and serve each other.

Do you love helping others? We partner with local and global ministries that touch real people’s lives in our community and around the world.

If Austin Ridge Dripping Springs sounds like a church you want to know more about, join us for one of our services. Each Sunday, we meet at Dripping Springs Middle School (111 Tiger Lane). Service times are 9am + 11am. As our guest, I’d love to meet you.

There’s no place like Dripping Springs. And there’s no place like Austin Ridge Dripping Springs Campus!

Looking forward to seeing you,
Greg Hill

  • Greg Hill

    Greg Hill

    As an Austin native, Greg loves this place and has a unique perspective and intuitive understanding of its history, people, and needs. He and his wife, Janie, along with a couple of friends, started Southwest Hills Community Church in 1998 with a vision to see the Oak Hill area transformed by the grace and truth of the gospel. That vision entered a new and vibrant phase when SHCC merged with Austin Ridge to become Austin Ridge Southwest – our church's first satellite campus. Greg and Janie have two awesome kids and two equally awesome kids-in-law. They love the hike-and-bike trails, fly-fishing, college football, and frequenting local coffee shops and Austin eateries.