Men need other men in their lives to help them fight for what matters the most. The Men of BridgePoint ministries are designed to that end. Those ministries include monthly gatherings, weekly guys' groups, and an annual retreat to help the men stand with and for one another as they follow Christ. The monthly events for this fall include:
A weekend getaway to hear from the Word, fellowship with other brothers in Christ and enjoy the outdoors.
These are groups of 2-4 guys that meet a few times a month for regular encouragement and accountability.
One way that men like to connect is through doing something. We seek to regularly provide opportunities to serve.
The Scriptures envision different generations of women standing with and for one another as they follow Christ. BridgePoint Women's ministries are designed with this goal in mind.
(Mothers of Preschoolers)
2nd and 4th Wednesday
9:30 AM-12:00 pm
MOP's provides support, connection, and encouragement for mothers of pre-schoolers. Join us as we build friendships, hear from speakers, enjoy creative activities and serve our community through service projects.
Proverbs for Our Paths
Beginning January 16, 2019
10:00 am-12:00 pm or 7:00-8:30 pm
This study brings all generations together to learn, fellowship, support, and disciple. Morning and evening studies are the same.
An annual retreat each fall
The fall retreat is a time where we will be refreshed by worship, teaching, discussion and fun. There is plenty of unscheduled time too, to catch up on rest, connect with new and long-time friends, take a walk or choose from a variety of optional activities.
2nd Tuesday of the month
"Keenagers" is our monthly gathering for senior adults at BridgePoint. It meets in the Worship Center for fellowship, teaching, special speakers, music, lunch, and fun. Click here to request more information.
Our Young Adult group is for 20s and 30s interested in studying scripture together in close-knit community. Weekly Bible Study meets Sunday at 6:30pm. Monthly game nights, meals, and fellowship evenings. For more information, contact Jordan.
Mondays 7:00-8:00 PM
There are seasons in all our lives where we could benefit by talking through the complexities of life with someone else. CarePoint One-on-One exists to provide the BridgePoint family with the opportunity to discuss those challenges with CarePartners who have completed an in-depth, biblically-based training program and are prepared to walk alongside those who find themselves in times of trial and difficulty
Multiple Days and Times
As followers of Christ, we take our responsibility to pray seriously. We have different groups meeting to pray throughout the week, from our Life Groups to our monthly mission prayer, there are plenty of opportunities to pray with other believers. Contact our church office to receive more information about these groups.
Sundays | 9:30 & 11 am | Jan 13 - May 12, 2019
Classes provide valuable teaching and training in the Old and New Testament, theology, relationships, and key life and ministry skills.
Theology II: Salvation, the Church, and the End Times
"Theology" looks at what the whole Bible says about any given topic. This class will cover truths related to salvation, the qualities of a biblical church, and questions about the end times.
Tiny New Testament Books: Philemon, 2 John, 3 John, Jude
Each of these books contains rich truths in just one chapter. You'll learn the topics and themes of these short letters while also learning how to study a book of the Bible on your own.y.
Christianity 101: Basics of the Faith
Seekers and new believers alike will learn the basics of Christianity including truths about God, the gospel, the Bible, community, spiritual life, and following Jesus.
This book begins with Saul's death and focuses on David's kingdom. Stories of war, adultery, murder, mutiny, and political drama take place beneath God's gracious promises to David that eventually lead to Jesus the Messiah.
Biblical Soul Care: Helping Others with God's Word
At any given time, all of us are struggling or know someone who is. How can we help others with God's truth? This class will provide practical training for helping fellow sinners and strugglers with the Bible.
Dynamics of Family Life
Family life is both a precious gift and a serious challenge. This class will cover topics like marriage, sex, parenting, in-laws, communication, conflict, blended families, and much more, all from a biblical perspective.
Life Groups are generally composed of 8-12 people from various ages/stages of life. They generally meet once a week for 1 ½ - 2 hours in someone’s home. Some groups share a meal or light snack with one another, pray together, share their lives, take on an occasional service project and, of course, get into God’s word.