Upcoming Events

Bible Study Opportunities
Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study
9:00 am in the Conference Room
Studying the Book Of Ezekiel
Men's Wednesday Night Journey Group
7:00 pm in the Conference Room or by Zoom
Studying the Book of John
Women's Wednesday Bible Study
7:00 pm in the Sanctuary or by Zoom
Studying the Gospel of Matthew
Saturday Morning Men's Fellowship & Bible Study
at Panera Bread Company
Milton, GA
Studying the Book Of Revelation
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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

Bridge to Grace Covenant Church
& Connection Church
Joint Worship
Sunday, November 13, 2022
10:00 am
Following this service,
a Friendsgiving lunch will begin.
It will be a combination of traditional
US Thanksgiving fare and Haitian fare -
similar to our summer picnic together…yum!
Plan to come!
A great time to invite
family and friends to join us as well!

Please RSVP

Pastor Dave's Blog


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