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Where to Find Sunday Messages

Bridge to Grace Covenant Church
has three ways to access Weekly Sermons:

On Facebook:
https://facebook.com/
bridgetogracecovenantchurch/videos

On Our Website:
https://b2gcc.org

look for the LIVE STREAM Button

On Youtube:
https://youtube.com

In the search bar type
Bridge to Grace Covenant Church
Pick the message date

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Welcome to  Bridge to Grace Covenant Church!

We are a church whose desire it is to “Grow together into Christ-likeness.”
Friendships and relationships are important to us.
You will notice that our ministry is designed
to build and enhance relationships.

We believe in loving our neighbors. And by neighbors, we mean everyone.
We love to worship in authentic ways and appreciate the diverse faith backgrounds
that make up our community. While you will not find that we agree on all things,
you will find we strive to respect each other.
We are a unified congregation and

strive to live that power of the resurrection in our community for God’s glory and our neighbors good.

We hope you’ll take time to experience worship and life with Bridge to Grace Covenant Church. We hope you’ll feel a part of us
as we together love our neighbors.

Grace and Peace,
Dave Bonselaar, Pastor

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Thursday Evening Prayers Will Resume September 10 at 8:00 pm

The Church has been blessed by
"Praying the Hours". This is a 
simple prayer practice, marking the hours and effectively
sanctifying the day.
Our Thursday expression of evening prayer is our simple attempt to "sanctify our week with prayer."
On Thursday, September 10, we will initiate our Evening Prayer experience. We have developed a helpful structure for this prayer practice. Our practice wi be centered on Holy Scriptures, and our time will draw to a close with an opportunity for each participant (anyone present) to present their prayer intention(s) to the Lord.

Evening Prayers will take place on the Bridge to Grace Facebook page.

Pastor Dave's Blog

Pietism

In the past, on the rare occasion, I heard someone use the term “Pietist” the image that immediately came to mind was that of a man in the 1600’s, dressed in black pants, black boots, white shirt, buttoned to the top, and a black jacket.  If you could see his face, you’ll notice a pained […]

Snails, slugs and worms!

When taking Kayla to preschool in California, we would usually have to dance around the snails, slugs and worms moving around the sidewalks around the church.  The snails were the most intriguing, the slugs and worms it would be a toss-up as to which she tried most to steer clear from.  We would from time […]