Leaving to go to college is often associated with leaving God behind. In the bridge, we offer college students and career individuals a specific way to plug into the body of Christ with your peers. In the bridge, questions that are asked include “What is God calling me to do?”, “What should I major in?”, “How should I conduct myself when dating?” and “When should I get married?” Our purpose is to help students’ transition into the life of a young adult and find their Kingdom calling.
If you’re single and older than 25, we invite you to journey with other singles. We believe that while you live an independent life on your own, you don’t have to do so alone. Regardless of where you are going, or where you’ve been, you have a place in SOLO.
Marriage is a big step in life. As you and your spouse walk with God together, we want you to develop relationships with other couples that are on this journey. Together, we seek out Biblical answers to such questions as: “How do we train our children in God’s ways?”, and “How do I integrate my life as a father or mother with my role as a business person?” Mixed with small groups, and larger teaching venues, life after marriage can be healthy and joyful – for newlyweds to age 45.
With age often comes wisdom. Those that are 50+ have experienced much, and they have tremendous stories to tell. In our weekly sessions, we ask questions such as “What’s next for me?”, “How do I give back and leave a legacy for future generations?”, “How do I live as an empty nester?” and “What is God calling me to do in this stage of life?” We believe our group has a wealth of knowledge to offer our church and our community.
Are you ready?
Attending a big church can be overwhelming –
We know because most of the people here grew up in a small church environment.