What Can I Expect on Sunday?
We know how much anxiety there can be coming to a new place where you feel like you’re the only one who doesn’t know what is going on.
To make you feel more comfortable, here are some commonly asked questions.
What Time Should I Get There?
We start at 10:30am so be sure to get there five or ten minutes early so we can say hi, you can grab a cup of coffee or lemonade and you can find a seat.
How Should I Dress?
We are a very laid back group, everyone is welcome. You can wear what you want!
What are Services Like?
Our meeting times are very relaxed. The deep truths of the Bible are taught in a straightforward way that normal people can understand.
Questions and comments are welcomed and encouraged. We stress authenticity in our lives and relationships – plastic smiles and fake-ness are highly discouraged. We laugh…a lot, and sometimes we cry. If you need someone to talk to or pray with, we are always ready and willing.
The length of the service can vary, but our service time usually lasts about an hour and 15 minutes.
What About My Kids?
At the Bridge, families start our Sunday mornings worshipping together for the first 20-30 minutes. When the music is over, kids from nursery through 5th grade are excused for their own classes:
Sparks - Infants-Kindergarten
Ignite - 1st-5th graders
Middle school & high school students are invited to stay in the main service.
For more information on our children's ministry, please click here!
We care very much about the comfort of you and your children, so if you or your kids are not comfortable in their class, they are more than welcome to stay in the service with you.
Will I be Singled Out as a Visitor?
We will NEVER single you out in the service as a visitor! We will greet you when we see you (we are very friendly people), but you won’t be asked to stand up, or say anything or wear a special name tag. We want you to be comfortable and enjoy your time with us.
We will only contact you if you request us to. We are not selling a product, we are an extended family on mission together. It is our belief that it’s your choice to be a part of the family on mission at The Bridge or not. The Church is about being in relationship with God and with each other, not an institution. The only calls you will get will be from the friends that you make here.