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This Sunday: Set Free From Me
October 10, 2021 @ 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Do you struggle with your thoughts? Do you have a difficult time pushing out the temptations you have in your mind? Have you ever wondered why you have such a hard time getting control of your thoughts? Why is it so difficult to think the right way? What do I have to do in order to master my mind and win this invisible war?
If you’d like to know, join us at The Bridge Church this Sunday, October 10th for Week 2 of our Forty Day Fall Focus called, “The Invisible War.” During our 10am service Pastors Mark and Scott will be speaking on the topic, “Set Free From Me.”
Every Sunday, we are meeting in-person and are online live at 10AM. You can also watch on demand anytime!
See you this Sunday!
Sign-Up For A 40 Day Small Group!
It’s not too late for you to get into a 2021 Fall Focus small group! During the seven-week focus all of our small groups will be studying the same materials. This year the title of the materials is, “The Invisible War: Winning The Battle Within.”
We have a small group study guide for sale in the church lobby for $10 each. We also have a free DVD for all the group leaders who are doing an in-person group. If you are doing your small group online through Zoom we have the lessons in digital form online for those who want to watch the lesson on their computer. Each week we will email everyone in the church a URL link where they can watch the lesson.
If you are not in a small group and would like to get into one please let us know by filling out our online form.
Participate In A Service Project
This year the theme of our Forty Day Fall Focus is all about The Invisible War that each one of us fight every day of our life. Because this theme focuses on the battle we are in, our small groups are encouraged to choose and participate in a service project that will encourage those who are serving or have served in the United States military.
Learn more about what kind of service project your small group can do.
Pastor Appreciation Sunday!
Typically, most churches set aside the second Sunday in October to express appreciation to their pastors and families.
Pastor Appreciation Month (originally called Clergy Appreciation Month) was established in 1992 by a group of pastors and church leaders to honor those who serve in ministry. They grounded the celebration in Paul’s words to Timothy: “The elders who direct the affairs of the church well are worthy of double honor, especially those whose work is preaching and teaching” (1 Tim. 5:17). While it’s not an official holiday, it is nationally recognized, like Boss Appreciation Day and Administrative Assistant Day.