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Join us in person for worship on Sundays -- now starting at 10:45AM every week. We will have seating options inside the Worship Center on the main floor and up in the balcony, as well as outside on the patio. Read more details about our Sunday worship service options here. For those who cannot make it to our in-person service, our online service will continue; however, it will no longer be pre-recorded. The Sunday morning service will be recorded live and posted by Monday afternoon each week to our online page. Join us for worship, prayer, study of God’s Word, and the latest news on what is happening in the Bridges Community Church family.

Let's Build It Again

This Week's Sermon: "Inching Away from Spiritual Revival"

Spiritual decline is often like a flat tire. Most flat tires occur because air leaks out over time. Gradually. Imperceptibly. We're usually not even aware that there is a problem until the car becomes too difficult to steer or a worse problem arises.

The decline of one's spiritual life, the loss of one's vitality and first love for the things of God, can be quite similar. It happens gradually and imperceptibly -- and it’s what we see taking place in the nation of Israel in the final chapter of the book of Nehemiah. After having experienced such great spiritual renewal earlier in the book, what went so wrong for Israel in Nehemiah 13? And what can we learn from their story that can help us to maintain our spiritual fervor for God and prevent us from making the same mistakes?

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It’s our desire to provide opportunities for us to connect with each other in meaningful ways as we live life together and encourage each other to love and good deeds.

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