Everyone longs to be connected. It’s the way God designed us. All throughout scripture we find examples of deep friendships that God uses for comfort, accountability and love.
Yet, it can be hard to make connections merely relying on our time together on Sunday morning. You will find that the best way to develop meaningful relationships and grow in your faith is to take a next step in involvement.
Here are a few ideas:
Join a Bridge Group
Bridge Groups are a small gathering of people that are formed for the purpose of building relationships through which we learn to live out our call to love God, love others and reach out. This is a wonderful way to meet new people and develop life-long relationships. Please visit our Bridge Group page for more information.
Join A Team
We believe everything is better (and more fun) when you serve on a team. As you serve others, you’ll find fulfillment in your life, as well as new friendships. We have many places for you to serve, whether it’s on a foreign mission project, youth and children’s leadership, Creative Teams or on a team that makes Sundays happen.
Weekly Update & Text Communication
We try our best to communicate well, but believe it or not, there are times when we miss the mark. One way to help you stay up to date on all the things happening at The Bridge is to sign up to receive our weekly update in your inbox.
Connection. We all need it, we desire it. God created us to do life together, not separate.
Join others who have similar hobbies and interests as you -- not only to grow in your relationship with Christ but also with each other, as you have some fun and do life together.
Our DNA classes are design to help you get to know our the history of the church, our vision and values, as well as our leadership. While attending, however, you will also have the opportunity to meet new people.
Camps & Retreats
Throughout the year we have different camps and retreats. Men, Women, Youth, Children…we have a camp or retreat for each group. These events provide a opportunity for spiritual growth and letting your roots grow deep. However, they are also a great time of connecting — strengthening our relationship with each other.