Are you ready to take the next step on your faith journey? If you are looking for a way to grow spiritually, connect with others, or simply have a little fun, then join us at The Bridge!
Dinner, 5:15-6:00 pm
One of the craziest parts of the day is making sure that the family gets fed. So let us do the cooking for you! A family-friendly meal is served each Wednesday night before our classes and activities begin. We start serving dinner at 5:15 pm and continue serving until 5:50 pm, so you have one less thing to worry about. Just sit back, relax, and actually enjoy this time with your family (without worrying about the dishes)!
Children and Youth Activities, 6:00-7:30 pm
Nursery care will be provided for children up to age 3.
Pre-K – 2nd Grade – Kids will explore the stories and characters of the Old Testament as they are brought to life.
3rd Grade – 5th Grade – Kids will learn about stories from both the Old and New Testaments as they continue to build on their previous experiences or hear about some of our favorite Bible heroes for the very first time!
Middle School Students – Students can join us for Bible study, games, a short service project, and a chance to catch up with friends!
Adult Classes, 6:00-7:30 pm
Six Great Dates (January 16 – February 20) – Do you remember what it was like when you first started dating or when you first got married? Join us for six Wednesday nights starting on January 16 to rediscover that soul-satisfying relationship. We’ll learn how to invest and connect with each other emotionally and how to grow spiritually together. Each session will offer new information, so you can join us for one or all six!
Scripture Study (January 16-30) – Get the tools you need to enrich your personal or group Bible study this year! This 3-week course will walk through a practice Bible study to help you utilize your new skills. At the end, you’ll be ready to get more out of your time spent studying the Bible.
Simplify: Money and Resources (January 23) – This one-time workshop is a snapshot of Financial Peace University. We’ll begin a conversation about how the concept of “simplify” fits in with budgets and other aspects of our finances. It will borrow from the same concepts used in FPU.
Simplify: Claiming the Sabbath and Discerning God’s Call in Everyday Living (January 30) – You’re getting two workshops for the price of one on this night (the price being free, of course)! First, we’ll discover what it means to have a personal sabbath plan and challenge ourselves to follow it. Then, we’ll examine our priorities to help us discern what God might be nudging us to do in our daily lives. Both workshops will offer practical tips and take-home resources.