Churches are not buildings. Churches are groups of people who come together to worship God and help each other walk with Christ.
How would you describe your church? Large? Small? Modern? Traditional? In the United States and all over the world, faithful, Bible-based churches are following God in different ways. From liturgical services to guitar-led worship gatherings, God is being glorified in these communities. One type of church is called “simple church,” or “house church.” The idea of simple church originates in the New Testament. Rather than primarily meeting in formal religious building, many believers met in homes. Paul sends greetings to many house churches, including Priscilla and Aquila’s gathering (Romans 16:5) and gatherings in Laodicea and . . . Read More »
Our God has a huge heart – and He wants His message of love to spread! We thought of Jesus’ final words in Matthew 28:19, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations,” when we chose this year’s theme – multiply! This year, “Multiply” is our theme as a house church network. We are challenging ourselves this year to multiply – multiply the number of believers, multiply the number of disciples, multiply the number of churches – in NYC and beyond! It is our prayer here at The Bridge that you will get a bigger view of . . . Read More »
The Bridge Church is excited for our upcoming retreat this April! Here are the details for Bridge Church folks: Dates: Friday April 17th-Sunday April 19th Location: Camp Greenkill in Huguenot, NY. You can check out the camp’s webpage here. Cost: Adult: $115 Age: 6-12: $60 Age: 3-6: $20 2 and Under: Free Details: Retreat payments are due to your House Church Leader by March 31st to reserve your spot. The cost includes: 5 meals (3 on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday) and bunk-style lodging. Make sure to eat dinner on Friday night before . . . Read More »