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We believe in biblical, text-driven teaching.  We desire to allow God's Word to shape us, rather than allowing our own opinions and interpretations to shape our view of God's Word.

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Plan Your Visit

We believe that Jesus takes us as we are, so we encourage you to come as you are. The pastor will probably be wearing jeans too, so when we say come as you are we really mean it!!

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Get Involved

Church is more than something to do, it's people seeking God together; praying together, walking through pain and through joy together.  Join a LifeGroup and see what it looks like when we begin to learn to do life together.

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What's In The Name

"So, why the name Bridge42?"  I can't tell you the number of times I've been asked this question.  The name Bridge42 is all about pointing not to a denomination, a location, or a person, but to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Welcome to Bridge 42 Church
Welcome

At Bridge42 we believe in gathering God's people together for worship and scattering into our communities to live out the gospel by loving and serving those around us. We gather together every Sunday at 10:30am for worship.  The atmosphere is casual and high energy, so come as you are!!!

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Service Times & Location

Sunday Morning Worship Gathering              10:30am

Wednesday Night Ministries                            6:30pm            

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Upcoming Events

Family Discipleship Workshop Sunday, April 22nd 10:30am

But There Hearts Though (Parenting Class) Wednesdays at 6:30pm

Vacation Bible School June 13-15th 6-8:30pm

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From the Pastors Pen

From the Pastors Pen

The word Gospel literally means "good news," it's a word that was used for a town-crier running through the streets with an announcement. Sometimes, in ancient Greece, it would also be used of a herald going into a town ahead of the King, announcing, "the King is coming." I wonder if that's what Early Christian's had in mind when the coopted this word and made it their own.

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