This week we will be looking at Israel’s long wandering life in the desert before they enter the Promised Land. Join us as we focus on the highs, lows, and long journey of our own life and spiritual walk. Is God still at work in the long plodding years when it seems nothing exciting is happening?
This Sunday we celebrate Thanksgiving by recognizing the 25th Anniversary of The Bridge Community Church! Join us for a time of reflecting on God’s faithfulness to this local church and also the lessons we can learn from the past as we look forward to our next chapter.
This Sunday we welcome guest Pastor Bert Slofstra. Pastor Bert will be continuing on our journey through The Story. Pastor Bert was ordained 39 years ago(!) so we look forward to hearing his wisdom as we welcome him.
This Sunday we are going to be celebrating God’s work by witnessing 5 baptisms! The worship service and the message this week will be focused on how God is often at work in the background of our lives, orchestrating his plan of redemption. Join us on this celebration Sunday!
This week we begin our sermon series from The Story; we will also be celebrating two baptisms! In our message we will be looking at the early Genesis stories of Creation and Covenant, and how God uses elements of creation as signs and seals of his faithfulness and grace in our lives. Join us for this celebration Sunday!
This Sunday we kick-off our year long sermon series and discipleship program, The Story. What role do stories play in our life? What role does Scripture play? How do the everyday occurrences of life fit into God’s large story of his kingdom? Join us as we look at finding our life in the midst of God’s.
As we finish up our sermon series on the 10 Commandments we will be looking at the prohibition against stealing and jealousy. What does it mean, in our consumerist culture, to be content with what we have? Join us this long weekend as we look at the idea of resting well with what God has given us.
Often in the church we shy away from the topic of sex, but the Bible does no such thing. This week we will be looking at the 7th Commandment, which has to do with adultery, but also so much more! In our sexualized culture today what place does the Bible have in the bedroom?
Following the service we will be heading to Brydon Park for a church picnic! Bring your own food/drink and enjoy some casual fellowship! In addition to a playground, there is a backstop and open field at the park so feel free to bring some balls etc for the kids!
Come on out to our monthly Neighbourhood Dinner on March 19! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner will be served outside (weather permitting) at 6:00pm. All are welcome! Hope to see you there!
This Sunday we welcome Erik deLange to lead our Sunday morning. Erik is a writer, actor, and playwright living in Vancouver. He works as a film columnist for Convivium Magazine as well as a writer-producer for Converge Magazine and is currently studying at Calvin Theological Seminary. We look forward to welcoming Erik back to The Bridge!
This week in our sermon series on the “Big Ten” we will be looking at the relationship between parent and child. What does honouring our parents look like and what is it that makes us as parents worthy of that honouring? Join us as we look at the anxiety riddled topic of parenting in our day and age.
This week in our summer series on the 10 Commandments we look at the commandment not to murder. For most of us this commandment doesn’t seem too relatable to our everyday life, but this Sunday we will be looking at the spirit and motivation behind this commandment and how it is more relatable to everyday life than we may think. Join us!
This Sunday we will welcome Pastor Jenna Fabiano to The Bridge! Jenna is an associate pastor at Willoughby Christian Reformed Church. She will be preaching on the theme of friendship, looking at the story of David and Jonathan and also Jesus’ command to love in John 15. We look forward to welcoming Pastor Jenna!
This week we will be looking at the third and ninth commandments, and the themes of truth and integrity. How do we try to manipulate or use God to get our way, and how do we often try to manipulate or cover something of ourselves up when speaking to our neighbour? Join us this week as we look at the ideas of truth, integrity and relationships.
This week we kick off our summer series on the 10 Commandments! In light of the love and grace of Jesus Christ what role do the law and 10 Commandments still have in our life? Are they still relevant at all? Join us as we take an introductory look at the “Big Ten.”
This week we will be finishing up our sermon series on Ephesians. Join us as we look at Paul’s surprising final words of ‘inaction' and how he concludes his letter on growing up in Christ.
As our series on Ephesians begins winding down, Paul begins to outline very practical steps on how we are to walk this resurrection life. Join us this week as we look at what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit in our everyday, and sometimes tedious, life.
As we continue on in our Ephesians sermon series, this week we look at some of the smaller steps we can take as we seek to walk in balance with all that God has done for us. It is these small, everyday steps that show the world the counter-cultural ‘new self’ God has created us to be.
This Sunday we will welcome guest pastor Kevin Lobert - Youth Pastor at Langley Immanuel CRC! Pastor Kevin will be preaching on Matthew 28: 18-20. Hope to see you there!
Often the church seems like an add-on to personal faith, a take-it-or-leave-it aspect of following Jesus, but what if God designed the church to be much more than that? What if it was actually the central place where our relationship with God, each other, and even ourselves took place? Join us as we look at Eph. 2:11-22 and the ideas of division, peace, and the church.