you'll find some of the basic truths and values of The Bridge. If you
in-depth info, click here to check out our
has a list of Core Values—the things we're most passionate about. It's
things that drive us to grow in our relation with God and with each
other – not
just on Sunday but in our every-day lives.
action is the most important thing you can do.
-We believe in power of
prayer to God.
real life change happens best in the context of loving relationships.
to our culture is not optional.
unity while celebrating diversity.
gifts are better than one.
families make a healthy church.
- the Holy Bible was written by men who were inspired and empowered by
- the truth about God and His will as it is revealed in the Holy Bible.
- there is one God, eternally existing as Father, Son & Holy
Spirit, who is the Creator of the universe.
- Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, was conceived by the
power of God's Spirit - the Holy Spirit - and was born of the Virgin
Mary; he is true God and true man.
- the Lord Jesus Christ is the long awaited Jewish Messiah.
- the Lord Jesus Christ lived a sinless life was crucified, suffered
and died for the sins of humankind; to redeem them back unto God.
- He was buried and on the third day He rose from the dead.
- He ascended into Heaven, and is now seated at the right hand of the
Father and we look forward to Christ's return to earth to judge the
living and the dead.
- through His life, death and resurrection, Jesus Christ is our only
hope for a full life on earth and eternal life.
- that humankind was created in the image of God, that they sinned and
incurred not only physical death, but also spiritual death, which is
separation from God.
- by accepting Jesus Christ through faith, we receive forgiveness for
all our sins and are redeemed back into eternal relationship with God
as His children.
- God gives believers His Spirit who convicts us of sin, teaches us,
and empowers us to live each day more like Christ.
- in the fellowship of believers, the forgiveness of sins, the
resurrection of our bodies, and everlasting life with our loving caring
- that God has compassion for all people and we strive, following in
Jesus Christ's example, to love everyone as He does.
- in and participate in water baptism and communion which express -
respectively - our dying and resurrection with Christ; and our
remembrance of what Christ has done for us through his passion.