Our Bridge Ministry is committed to partnering with families by helping your student adjust from being a child to becoming a teenager. We will provide opportunities for students to develop a strong faith, build relationships with peers, and learn how to make disciples as they walk through their daily lives. We offer a safe environment that will encourage and equip each student.Sign Up to Receive Text Notifications5th Grade Girls | Text @5thlhbgg to 810105th Grade Boys | Text @5thlhbgb to 810106th Grade Girls | Text @6thlhbgg to 810106th Grade Boys | Text @6thlhbgb to 81010Sunday Morning ReopeningJanuary 18 We are excited to announce Next Generation ministries (birth through high school) will be returning to the church building on Sunday mornings beginning March 7. Watch the video for further details, pray for Pastor Chad’s prayer requests, and continue monitoring your email and this page for further information and instructions as the reopening date approaches.January 6In the next few months, Next Generation ministries will be reopening on Sunday morning. We are doing this in order to follow the Biblical instruction to make disciples in our families. During the pandemic, we have seen many families benefit greatly by developing a habit of worshipping together. This needs to continue. In addition, children and parents need to grow together with others in similar life situations. In order to provide the Biblical instruction and atmosphere necessary, we will be relaunching Next Generations Ministries in the near future at 9:30a on Sunday mornings. During this time, children from kindergarten through high school will gather in classes with their peers for teaching and connection. Parents who are not serving in Next Gen Ministries will gather with other parents to be equipped in family discipleship. More details about these gatherings are coming soon. Over the next few weeks, prepare for this change by determining if your family will worship at 8 or 11 in one of our worship venues. Please be in prayer about these changes. We all need wisdom from God as we walk the pathway of a disciple.