We desire to help you and our community in any way we can during this time. We also encourage you to look for opportunities to help and love others. Below are resources that may answer some questions.
sundayS LIVE STREAM AT 9:00AM
Join us for church on Sundays at 9AM our YouTube or Facebook pages. Spanish service (@EvFreeNuevaVida) at 10:45am.
Reach out to people you know and invite them to watch the service with you (in the comfort of your own homes). Follow the Bridge page on Facebook—our Live events will then appear on your feed. You can email the FB link to friends. God can use this platform to reach others with the Good News!
CARING FOR EACH OTHER
Personal contact is vitally important, especially when physical contact is restricted. We are encouraging all in our church body to reach out to each other. Let’s be the church family to each other — communicate with each other often! And be creative: video chats and hand-written letters are both significant!
If you need help…
Someone to buy groceries or supplies for you or transportation to the doctor's office?
LOVE OUR communitY
Love your neighbors during this season. We are providing a simple flyer (HERE) you can print and leave on your neighbor’s home. Offer help to at-risk people in your neighborhood. Offer to pick up groceries for them or give them a ride to appointments. These also serve as an invitation to join our online services.
Manafest Food Distribution. Please contact email@example.com if you would be interested in serving.
Kidzville Families, you can download Sunday lessons, Weekly Family God-Time, activities.
Bridge Updates: Encouragement, News, Notes from Pastor Mark
Financially. Thank you for your faithfulness in giving at this time. Our staff, ministries, and missionaries are still serving and your support is needed. There are several ways that you can give:
from pastor mark
Dear Bridge Church,
Our world keeps changing—there is much fear and uncertainty. But God does not change. He is still on the throne and His love endures forever. God does not sleep and is watching over you.
In 2 Chronicles King Jehoshaphat sought the Lord in an uncertain, fearful time crying out, “We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you.” Though he did not know what to do, he knew who to trust: the One who demonstrates His faithful, steadfast love to His people in every generation. The Spirit of the Lord reaffirmed to the king and the people, “Do not be afraid, I will fight this battle for you.”
Being reminded of who God is and reflecting on His character, they praised Him and sang, “Give thanks to the Lord, for his steadfast love endures forever.” Consider our many reasons to be thankful, and reflect on the beauty of his steadfast love. His love will endure long after this virus is eradicated. He is good, he is sovereign, and he is faithful. “Give thanks to the Lord, for his steadfast love endures forever.”
Let’s seek him together,