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Message from Pastor Dave Bonselaar

I am writing you this morning to inform you that our Leadership Team has decided to temporarily suspend all church related activities at Bridge to Grace Church in response to the growing sense of concern around the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community. We will continue to assess and evaluate through the information provided by Community Health, CDC and WHO. While none of the Leadership Team wanted to suspend worship, after talking and praying about it and talking with local health care providers, it was determined this would be the best for everyone, especially the people who make Bridge to Grace Church their church home.

It’s also important for you to know that we are not panicking. Nor are we giving into or engaging in political rantings, blame and fear; rather we believe we are acting responsibly to do our part to slow the inevitable spread of the virus.

 

 

 

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Join us for "Easter Celebration"!

April 10th
Good Friday Service: 7:00 pm

April 12th
Easter Sunrise Service: 7:30 am
Easter Celebration: 10:00 am

 

Words of Encouragement
Pastor Dave Bonselaar

Pastor Dave Bonselaar

Thursday's Evening Prayers

03/16/2020 (Monday):
"An Encouraging Word":
https://youtu.be/9lR9_LD5c24
3/19/2020: Psalm 91

https://youtu.be/7XbVzYaeQwY
3/26/2020: Psalm 46
https://youtu.be/Rk7Ob2SAx_Y


Weekly Sunday Messages:

3/15/2020 (Shari Freeman)
https://youtu.be/9lR9_LD5c24
3/22/2020
"Blind As Mud":
https://youtu.be/2YV5-YIdOK0

 03/29/2020
"Mary, Martha & Lazarus NEED Jesus":

https://youtube.com/watch?v=OSgJ3WA10Rw

 

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 […]