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Pray & Worship
We gather as a faith community on Sunday mornings at 9:30 to worship God and grow as a spiritual community.
Times are changing, so we provide in-person and online options, including live streaming and recorded videos.
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We encourage everyone to take time daily for prayer and Bible reading as a way to build a bridge to God. We provide free Upper Room devotional books every two months for short daily devotions.
Click here to receive an Upper Room mailed to your home.
We offer at least one spiritual retreat each year as a way to dive deeper into our spiritual practices. Retreats usually include a meal, plus a variety of spiritual practices to explore. Participants have the opportunity to share their experiences with other and discuss ways to grow closer to God and community. Click for more information and our next retreat.
Christmas and Easter are special times at Bridges Church. Our worship services are open to the public and we welcome anyone interested in observing this traditional Christian holidays.
We also take time to prepare spiritually for these special Holy Days. Before Christmas, we take four weeks to prepare for the celebration of Jesus' birth with devotions and special worship series. Before Easter, we observe the season of Lent. Beginning with Ash Wednesday, we study and pray as Christians have done for generations. For Holy Week, we observe Palm Sunday, then remember the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday, and observe Good Friday as we reflect on Jesus' death, before celebrating Christ's resurrection on Easter morning.
We offer weddings & funerals to people who are active at Bridges as well as community people looking for a spiritual opportunity at these important events in life.
At Bridges Church, baptism is a public profession of faith and a commitment of belonging to a faith community. We baptize people of all ages from infants to adults. We sprinkle water in our baptismal basin, or pour from our baptismal pitcher, or go outside to pools or rivers. God's grace is the miracle and gift of baptism through the pouring of water.
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