Bridge to Grace Church

To Know Jesus Christ and share His love in our community.

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

Our Mission is to..

  • Create a sense of belonging to all who come.
  • Lead people to a life-saving and thriving relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Inspire, teach, and disciple people to become like Jesus so we reflect Him in our world.
  • Love our neighbor by being aware of the needs and engage in compassionate response to meet those needs.
  • Connect to God through prayer in all things: the direction of our church, the stewardship of our resources, and the needs of our community and our world.

Our First Summer Event!!! 
Eagles Nest Church has invited B2GCC to celebrate the upcoming Juneteenth Fest at Eagles Nest on Sunday June 23rdfrom 12:30pm-3:30pm (Former Kohl's parking lot).

Free Entry, Rain or Shine, Open to the Community!

This community event will feature local black-owned small business vendors and local food trucks to enjoy and support. We'll have inflatables for the kids, music, and entertainment to enjoy throughout the event. This is a family-friendly event.. so invite your friends and family too!


Juneteenth is a holiday commemorating the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. It started in Galveston, Texas and is now celebrated every year across the United States.

Experience the rich culture of Black America at the Fest—s​hop and eat from local black-owned vendors and food trucks. Don't miss The Fest @ The Nest!

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News from the Southeast Conference

SEC 61st Annual Business Meeting


What an awesome time we had as we gathered online and in-person for our 61st SEC Annual Meeting Celebration! Our host church, Bridge to Grace Covenant Church, did a wonderful job of welcoming and serving our delegates and participants. 'Our Partnership in the Gospel' based on Philippians 1: 4-6 is our conference theme for 2024. Enjoy this short recap video of our time together!


Crescendo National Virtual Conference: Tuesday May 21, 2024


The national, annual, virtual conference of Crescendo is being held on Tuesday, May 21, 2024 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET. Crescendo coaches invite you to explore the natural process of aging and adapt to unexpected challenges by embracing the power of community, storytelling, and caregiving, in this journey. To register for the conference click this link:


Gather 24 - Faithfully Forward


One of the key markers of the early church was their unwavering faithfulness. In the book of Acts, we see early believers devote themselves to teaching, fellowship, generosity, community, worshiping together, and giving God all the glory. We recognize the same traits in our churches locally and globally throughout the Covenant. This year’s Gather theme, “Faithfully Forward,” is an invitation to celebrate how God is moving throughout the denomination as we celebrate God’s faithfulness this past year, and we look forward to the future with hope. To register delegates from your church and additional information, click this link:

Donations box with canned food on wooden table background / pasta canned goods and dry food non perishable with cooking oil rice noodles spaghetti macaroni donations food concept
Father eating with his daughter.
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Young woman hug a tree in the forest and show a sign of heart and love for nature. Concept of care for environment.

Love Our Neighbor is a not-for-profit ministry dedicated to the needs of the East Roswell community. It started in 2002 when Pastor Dave Bonselaar passed by a day laborer site and was struck by the number of people looking for work. It drove home the fact that there were hungry people in his own community. He approached the Mission Team at Bridge to Grace Church to devise a plan.

Love Our Neighbor was founded and started providing food for 100 families per month at an apartment complex. While working in the community, the team learned more about the needs in East Roswell. This resulted in Love Our Neighbor supporting Holcomb Bridge Middle School's food closet as well as starting a new food closet at River Eves Elementary School.

As volunteers and donations grow, Love Our Neighbor will expand to other areas of East Roswell 


Volunteer, Participate, Donate!

Love Our Neighbor relies on donations and the work of volunteers to operate. If you would like to get involved, there are plenty of ways to help.

During the month of May "Love Our Neighbor" will be holding a FOOD DRIVE! Holcomb Bridge Middle School and River Eves Elementary School has asked to have their pantries restocked..

Make an Online Donation

period project

Restoring Dignity, One Period at a Time. 

Serving: Centennial High School
Holcomb Bridge Middle School
River Eves Elementary School.

May 2024


Our Purpose:

Eradicate period poverty. Reinforce the dignity of those impacted by inequality.

Our Vision:

Equal, affordable access to menstrual hygiene products for all. 

Our Mission:

Facilitate better access to menstrual hygiene products to individuals in need. Advocate for equal access and tax free access to these essential products. Raise awareness of period poverty by leveraging voices around the country. 

All Items need to be individually packaged.

  • pads
  • tampons
  • liners
  • individual hygiene wipes - non-alcohol
  • gallon size Zip-lock bags

Donated items can be placed in the designated box in the front office.

Information on the next packing party to come.

Would you like us to pray for you?


For where two or three are gathered in my name I am there in their midst. Matthew 18:20 

North Fulton Community Charities’ mission is to help ease hardship and foster financial stability in our community. NFCC supports 8,900+ families annually in North Fulton county through emergency financial assistance, a food pantry and thrift store, GED programs, job and financial coaching, and English as Second Language (ESL) courses. Bridge to Grace is partnering with them to find ways of strengthening our support to the East Roswell community.