Our Mission

At Pine Ridge Church, we are on a mission to actively reflect the character and will of God, as He is revealed in the Scriptures, by developing Christ-like relationships with God, one another, and the world. This mission involves a deep focus on growing closer personally to God and investing in each others' lives as the adopted family of God.


Pine Ridge Church is a Christ-centered, Reformed church in Orlando with a heart for developing Christ-like relationships with God, one another, and the world.


Our Core Beliefs

We believe in and cultivate a community that produces the fruits of the Spirit through intertwined relationships of service and love. At Pine Ridge Church, we believe and desire that the community of faith is a safe place for messed up people as they mature in the faith. Ultimately we exist to bring people into a relationship with Jesus Christ that brings restoration to all areas of life.

Pine Ridge Church is part of the Presbyterian Church in America.
From its inception, our denomination has committed to be:

  • Faithful to the Scriptures

  • True to the Reformed faith

  • Obedient to the Great Commission

The Presbyterian Church in America has a strong commitment to evangelism, missionary work at home and abroad, and to Christian education.

The PCA has made a firm commitment on the doctrinal standards which had been significant in Presbyterianism since 1645, namely the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. These doctrinal standards express the distinctives of the Reformed tradition.



The Gospel



There is a reason for our existence. According to the Bible, in the beginning, God made the world and all its creatures to live in perfect harmony forever. Because of God's love and amazing generosity, that's the way it will ultimately be! God designed everything and will ultimately see its restoration through Christ.



God’s perfect plan of all things being in perfect harmony forever was interrupted by the choice made by Adam (and Eve). They sought their own ways and not God's, and the whole world, mankind, and all creatures were plunged into what we see all around us now: misunderstanding, racism, selfishness, and an environmental mess… but that’s not the end of the story.


Jesus Christ

God took it upon Himself to fix everything.  The Savior of mankind was promised in the Old Testament Scriptures and finally came.  We know Him as Jesus of Nazareth. He was, in fact, God Himself come down to us.  He lived a perfect life in obedience to all that God required of a human, and then offered Himself as a substitute to bear the guilt of the sins committed by all people everywhere who would look to Him in trust and hope.  He promised a restoration of all things one day.


The Church

Right now, He works through His people, real believers who love and follow Him. We try to love everyone, to help everyone, and to show the love of Jesus to everyone.



We look forward to the fulfillment of God’s promise.  There will be a remaking of everything-- all the damaged aspects of the creation and of our own lives and even our physical bodies will be renewed to an everlasting existence in what the Bible calls the New Heavens and New Earth.  God’s people who are physically dead will be raised with new Christ-like immortal bodies (souls reunited with new bodies forevermore).  The final reality will be much like the original creation, yet without any possibility of sin or future corruption. Thanks be to God!




Bill Colclasure
Senior Pastor

Eric Burket
Pastor's Assistant & Worship Leader


Elders and Deacons



Greg Burket, Bill Colclasure, Jamie Gordon, Wesley Humphreys (not pictured), Mark Mansfield, Greg Meyer (not pictured), Richard Morrison


Brian Belemjian, Eric Burket, Daniel Hernandez, Dale Kelly, Charles Knight,
Bobby McAfee (not pictured)