Plan Your Visit

Wherever you’re from, we want BFC to be a place where your entire family can find a community to call home. Please fill out this simple form to plan by clicking the ‘Plan Your Visit’ button…

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Frequently Asked Questions

+ How long are the services?

Our services usually around 90 minutes and include live music with a band and engaging Bible teaching that promises to be practical in your day-to-day life.

+ What do I wear?

Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. You can "dress up" if you want to or wear casual clothes. Most people who call Bridge Fellowship “home” dress causal, but you feel free to dress however you feel most comfortable. God is more interested in your heart than how you’re dressed.

+ Am I welcome if I'm not a Christian?

Absolutely! We want our church to be a place where you can belong before you believe. You can have questions, doubts, hurts and pains and you’re still always welcome.

+ What about my kids?

We’ve got them covered. Bridge Kids have their own service where they’re taught the Bible in age-appropriate environments, play games, and make great friends. Our goal is to create a fun, secure and clean environment where they will be well cared for and loved.

In this season of our church, we have the older elementary school kids worship with us in the Worship Center. We believe there is value in our children worshipping with us.

+ Do I have to give?

We never ask our guests to give to our church. In fact we don't even pass a collection tray.

However, we believe that giving financially is an act of worhsip and that it communicates your trust in the Lord and your commitment to the local church. Therefore, we ask for all our members to give regulary. When you give to the Bridge your money goes to:

  • Boldly preaching the Word of God in a safe, dedicated environment
  • Providing age appropriate teaching for our kids
  • Evangelizing our community through outreach events
  • Hiring and compensating church staff
  • Blessing those in financial need
  • Sending out and supporting church planters & missionaries