At Ridgecrest Village your spiritual well-being is as important to us as your physical well-being. The Reverend Dr. John Koning, founder of our Christian-based community, instilled in us the belief that all religious traditions are recognized, honored and welcomed at Ridgecrest.
Family members of the Protestant tradition are blessed to worship in our beautiful Koning Chapel. A weekly ecumenical Sunday morning worship service is available to all our residents and their families. Services are presided over by our full-time Chaplain who is here to serve persons of all denominations and spiritual traditions. Three smaller services are held weekly in our Assisted Living, Memory Assisted and our 24-hour care neighborhoods for those unable to attend services in our Chapel.
Members of the Catholic tradition celebrate Mass twice a month in our non-denominational Koning Chapel. Our parish priest from Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church presides over the service. The Eucharist, served by Eucharistic ministers from local parishes, is celebrated weekly in all our neighborhoods.
Our Meditation & Prayer Room is located in the quiet northwest corner of Eastridge, just around the corner from the Koning Chapel. It is available twenty-four hours a day for all our Ridgecrest residents, staff, and all vistors who find themselves “Called to the Quiet” from the busyness of life. Having a quiet place where you can go to meditate, pray, write in your journel, or just have time to yourself is important to your life and your spiritual well-being.
As you consider making Ridgecrest Village your home, rest in the assurance that God is the cornerstone on which our community is built.