The Bridge Church

Welcome!  We are so glad you are here!  We've complied a list of questions you might have about our church.  Whether you've never been to church before, you've been to church all your life, you used to go to church but haven't been for a long time, you belong here.

Common Questions and Answers

I've never been to church before.  What should I expect?
When you come into the Bridge Community Church, you will be welcomed warmly just as you are.  You will see people who enjoy connecting in an authentic way- without pretense.  Our church services are informal and comfortable.  We gather for about an hour and a half during this time, we worship God through song and teaching from the Bible.  

Will I have to become a member to attend here?  Is anything required of me?

Simple answer - no.  There is no formal membership structure.

What kind of music will I hear?

Our worship teams play contemporary Christian worship songs and sometimes bring in a hymn or two!

Do you have a children's and youth ministry?

Yes!  See more details about the Bridge Kids ministry here.

How often do you perform communion?  Do I have to be a member to take communion?

We believe Communion is designed by Jesus for His followers in memory of His sacrifice on the cross.  No one will be turned away who would like to take communion in remembrance of our Lord and Savior.  We take communion as a church body once a month.

How can I get to know people?

Come a little early (doors open at 9:30!) and stay a little after service.   Also see this page on Lifegroups to join a group that meets weekly.  Sign up for our newsletter to see other upcoming events!

What if I don't know what I believe?  Do I belong here?

Absolutely.  If you are curious about the Bible, what it teaches and the main character, Jesus - the weekly teaching on Sunday will dive into all of these areas.  The teachings are centered on a section of scripture and many of the teaching series are in the same book of the Bible or with the same theme.  The pastors present context for the time the section was written, often make connections to other parts of the Bible and tie in personal application in an open and authentic way.  Lifegroups are a great place to discuss the Sunday teachings and ask questions.

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