About

The Ridge Fellowship is a non-denominational contemporary church meeting in three locations across Williamson County: Leander, Jarrell and Taylor, TX.   We  don’t take ourselves too seriously but do our best to try to take Jesus and His words in that way.   For Sundays, we dress casual and have rocking live music.  We also use video and relevant teaching from the Bible.  Our messages are intended help us live God-honoring lives.  We care about reaching and helping hurting people and improving the communities as well as the world we live in.

Before planting The Ridge in 2000,  Darrell was the pastor at a church in Eagle Pass, TX and a youth pastor in San Antonio.  He and Niki have been married since 1995 and have three children.  Darrell has a Bachelor of Science from Texas A &M University and a Masters of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, TX.

The Ridge’s Mission Statement:  To KNOW Christ and GROW to be like Him

The Ridge’s Vision:  To SHOW Christ to our World.

The Ridge’s Core Values:

  • Reaching the Unconnected  (Luke 14:23)
  • Including Others  (Romans 15:7)
  • Doing our Best (2 Corinthians 13:11)
  • Growing Numerically  (John 15:1)
  • Expressing a Positive Attitude  (Philippians 2:14)

For more information about The Ridge Fellowship or Darrell Koop go to www.ridgefellowship.com

4 Responses to About

  1. Bonnie says:

    Darrell, this is awesome, what a great idea. The photo of the church is beautiful! I can’t wait to read more. Probably alot more interesting than Facebook.

  2. Cynthia Schefke says:

    Thank you Darrell, You helped to make me feel good about starting the Zumba class. I will keep with it and continue to feel better. I love the direction our church is moving.
    Cynthia

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