Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner on Monday, March 19! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner (delicious soup!) will be served at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
This Sunday, March 18, we will look at the role that Peter plays during that final fateful night—the confidence of Peter quickly fades under the fire-light of interrogation! Join us as we reflect on the fear that often creeps into our life as situations spiral into chaos and we find ourselves standing in Peter’s shoes!
Prayer can be a difficult thing. In the Bible we are told to pray but sometimes it seems God is not listening, or we pray and nothing happens. Hours before Jesus is crucified he kneels down in a quiet place and pours his heart out to God in an incredibly tension filled prayer. Join us this Sunday, March 11, as we reflect on the prayer of Jesus in the garden and how this may impacts our prayer today.
This Sunday, February 25, we begin the season of Lent, looking at Jesus’ final hours before his crucifixion. Living in suffering and darkness is often times chaotic; these are periods in life when we often feel alone and have trouble putting it into words. Over the next few weeks we will be looking at the chaos of Jesus’ final hours and the darkness he must of felt. Join us this week as we look at Jesus’ final meal and the chaos and complexity he faced in it.
Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner on Monday, February 19! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner (hot stew!) will be served at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
This Sunday we will be finishing up our series on the mission of The Bridge. We will be looking at how God is active in our neighbourhoods and how he is calling us to bless and seek the peace of the places we live and work. Join us Sunday morning as we conclude our current sermon series!
This Sunday we will begin looking at Part 3 of our mission statement, ’spaces of connection with neighbour'. The relationship between culture and church has undergone a dramatic shift the last number of decades. Join us this week as we see how God has been active in this and how He's calling us to respond in this new cultural landscape!
This Sunday, February 4, we will continue to look at the theme of the church (creating spaces for each other) in light of our mission statement. Specifically we will be looking at the stewardship and responsibility of the gifts that God’s gives us for service in his kingdom!
This week we will begin looking at "part 2" of our church mission statement, “Creating and nurturing spaces for each other.” We will be looking at the theme of unity and belonging within the church. Join us as we reflect on this sensitive but incredibly important idea in our world today!
Also, reminder that there will be a Congregational Meeting following the service on Sunday!
Hope to see you there!
Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner on Monday, January 22! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner will be served at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
This coming Sunday we will be continuing our current sermon series on The Bridge's mission statement.
In an age of social media where our lives are on display for all to see, what does it mean to live a life “hidden with Christ in God.” Join us as we cut through the surrealism of our outward ‘profile' to explore the inwardness of who we really are. Our text will be Col 3:1-4.
This coming Sunday, January 14, we will begin a sermon series looking at the mission of The Bridge: “Creating and nurturing spaces of connection with God, each other, and neighbour.” This week we will look at the primary way we connect with God—prayer. Join us as we reflect on making 2018 a year of prayer!
Also this Sunday, we will be celebrating the baptism of Claire Elizabeth Nagtegaal, daughter of Michael (Gino) and Maria and sister to Sophia and Naomi!
Join us on this celebration Sunday!
This Sunday (New Year's Eve) we will be reflecting on the year that was and looking forward to the one to come! Come on out for an informal service of reflection sharing on the past year.
Christmas is almost here! Come on out this Sunday (Christmas Eve!) as we celebrate the Christmas Story! In the morning service (10:00am) we will be reflecting on the birth of Jesus into the busy first-century world, and what this means for our uber-busy 21st century world!
Then join us in the evening, at 5:30pm, for a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service of Carols and Christmas Readings!
Join us on Sunday as we celebrate a baptism and continue with our Advent sermon series!
This Sunday we will be looking at Luke 2:21-40, the story of Simeon and Anna. In this story the plan for Jesus' life is already forecasted, it is one that will bring joy to the world but also one that will strike our very heart—a paradox indeed!
Also, this Sunday as we also celebrate the baptism of Aaron Jamie Hlady, son of Miriam and Jamie and brother to Eli and Asher!
This coming Sunday we will be continuing our current Advent sermon series "People Of The Plan." This Sunday we will take a closer look at Mary: ln Luke 1:26-38 we read the story of the angel Gabriel visiting Mary and announcing the amazing role she is to play in the coming of Jesus into the world. In this story we see how God chooses, fulfills, and enable his plan within the world, and we also witness Mary’s humble and willing response to God’s call in her life. Join us as we reflect on this grace filled back-and-forth discussion between Mary and the angel!
The Bridge Community Church is thrilled to announce that Pastor George, along with his wife Kim, have accepted a call for George to serve in a permanent position as pastor at The Bridge! Pastor George has been serving as a part time pastor at The Bridge since September.
Check out the "ABOUT US" section of the website for George's bio!
WELCOME GEORGE AND KIM!!!
This coming Sunday we will be beginning a new sermon series for advent titled "PEOPLE OF THE PLAN."
In Luke 1:5-25, the story of Zechariah and Elizabeth, we see God at work on two stages: He is at work on the cosmic stage, renewing his plan of salvation for the world, and he is at work on a personal level, hearing the prayer of Elizabeth. God is at work all around us accomplishing his plan. Join us this Sunday as we talk about how God is active in the world and in our lives before we may even be aware of it.
Join us this coming Sunday as Pastor George preaches on Luke 1:1-4:
GOD HAS A PLAN: The prologue to Luke’s gospel, and this sermon, is kind of a prologue to the upcoming Advent season. In this passage Luke gives us his reason for writing his gospel clear and simple—God has a plan and he wants to assure us of that. Like Theophilus, we sometimes look at the world around us and wonder where God is, or even if there is a God; but Luke wants to assure us, God has a plan, God is active, and all of this centres around Jesus Christ who has come into the world.
Hope to see you there!
Please join us this Sunday, November 12 as we welcome guest speaker Justin Napier, Chaplain at the Gateway of Hope in Langley! Justin's message is titled "The Sheer Silence" and the scripture will be from Matthew 5:3 "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Hope to see you there!