We’re so glad you’re here this morning. This is a community learning to live in the way of Jesus, and we’re on a mission to join with God in the reconciliation and restoration of the world.
What to expect today
Join us for coffee, OJ, donuts, and fruit at 10 a.m.
Today’s service will last about seventy minutes. Typically, the service starts with songs followed by Bridge Kids and youth release, announcements and greeting, the message, and a final song.
Your offering can be dropped in the containers near the auditorium exits after the service. If you prefer, automatic bank withdrawal is available. Information at thebridgemuncie.com/giving
We want to get to know you! Please take time to fill out the “Keeping in Touch” card included in your program and drop it in the offering containers by the auditorium doors. Sign up to receive our Bridge Weekly email for our Sunday message summary and weekly announcements.
Bridge Kids and Youth
Bridge Kids is our exciting children’s ministry located on the 2nd floor. Three classes are offered for infants through 5th grade. An age-appropriate Biblical curriculum is offered that’s not only fun, but helps children understand their identity in Christ and role as the Church.
Youth in 6th – 12th grade meet bi-weekly during the message for a small group experience as they learn to live in the way of Jesus. There are also fun events, retreat weekends, and mission-based projects throughout the year.
About the Bridge
Our Mission: To be a community living in the way of Jesus
We believe our Mission Statement ties us in with the worldwide Church. While there are many different accepted beliefs and doctrines throughout Christianity, we believe the one constant is Jesus. Because Jesus is the clearest picture of God that we can witness, we should seek to understand and live in his ways.
Our Vision: Reconciling and restoring relationships with God and others
Vision is what makes a specific church community unique. For us, it all starts with relationships. We believe life change happens most within relationships, and we believe healing happens when broken relationships are reconciled, whether that be family relationships, racial relationships, our relationships with our Heavenly Father, etc. When these things are made right and peaceful, we are made whole.