How Should I Dress?
While some attendees do wear their "Sunday best," others wear more casual clothes on Sunday morning. The person wearing the tie is usually delivering the sermon. Dress comfortably.
What Should I Bring?
If you have a Bible, bring it with you. Our pastor usually preaches from the New King James Version of the Bible and uses a printed teaching outline in our bulletin. If you do not have a bible, please feel free to use one of ours located in the seating area which you may take home with you as our gift. If you expect to take notes, bring a pen or pencil
When Should I Arrive?
Plan to arrive ten minutes prior to the 9:30 a.m. Sunday School or the 10:30 a.m. Worship Service to allow time to park and enter the Worship area. If you have small children, you will need time to arrange for your pre-schoolers in our nursery.
Where Should I Go Once I've Arrived?
We're just a small church. A greeter will welcome you as you enter our foyer. This is just inside our main entrance. Other entrances are marked. If you need additional assistance, our greeters will be available. Restroom and diaper changing areas are located just off the foyer
What Kind Of Music Do You Use For Worship?
From our inception,we have been committed to excellence in celebrative worship.We want you to worship God in a safe environment where you feel secure and loved by friends, family and most of all, by God. Our worship team leads our congregation. The music includes a mix of hymns and contemporary music accompanied by an energetic praise group. Some people lift their hands in praise while singing, while others simply stand or sit while singing. There are no expectations. We simply mention this in hopes that you feel comfortable while singing praises to our Lord.
What About Offerings?
Bridge Community Church does not engage in a formal offering. Our members support the ministry of the church, so please don't feel you need to give anything as you are considered our guest.
Do You Have Life Groups or Bible Study Groups?
Our "Life Groups" and small group Bible Studies are the heart of our church. You cannot fully experience our church without being plugged into one of these small groups. Ask a greeter or our Pastor to help you find the right group for you and your family.
Do You Have Adult Sunday School?
We call our Sunday morning group Bible studies "Adult Sunday School" and "Teen Sunday School". They begin at 9:30 a.m.. We have men's and women's groups that meet monthly for breakfast and prayer. We also have a Youth Group Meeting every Monday & Thursday evenings at 6:00 p.m. There are other groups that meet at other times during the week for prayer, fellowship and special events such as Men's or Women's Retreats.
Do You Have A Nursery Where I Can Leave My Child?
Children's Church on Sunday (Ages 4 through 11)
Nursery (Ages 0 through 3)
We offer a nursery for babies through age 3 for all church wide events. Nursing mothers are welcome to use our Nursery room to feed their babies. If you need another location, please ask an attendant in the nursery for assistance
Will My Child Be Safe?
We take child security seriously. If you have concerns, please direct them to a greeter in the lobby. We want you and your children to feel safe and secure in our building. Complete background checks have been conducted on all children's and youth workers.
What If I Have Other Questions?
Additional Questions may be directed to Pastor John by email at
or by phone at
(360) 426-6352 (Church)
(303) 881-7006 (Pastor John's Cell)