The Bridge Community Church

What to Expect

Where and When Does the Bridge Meet?

The Bridge holds its worship services on the campus of Lake Pointe Academy (3168 Hands Mill Hwy, York, SC 29745). We invite you to join us as Sunday mornings at 10:45am. We begin serving coffee and snacks at 10:15am.

What Should I Expect When Attending the Bridge?

When you arrive on the Lake Pointe Academy campus, pull into the parking lot and you will be greeted by our parking attendants. Our greeters will welcome you into our friendly, casual environment and make sure that you know exactly where you are going. We invite you to help yourself to coffee and other beverages and snacks, which will begin being served 30 minutes before each of our services and continue during our services. During our services, you'll experience worship through today's music, powerful dramas, and impacting videos, paired with biblical messages relevant to your daily life. You'll notice variety in how people participate in the worship time: some sit, others stand, some raise their hands. How ever you are comfortable responding to God in worship, we invite you to do so with an honest heart, giving Him your best.

What Should I Wear?

Clothes. Please feel free to dress normally and comfortably. Casual dress is our norm.

What About My Children?

If you are bringing young children with you, we invite you to sign them into one of our children's ministries, or, if you prefer, we gladly make space for your children in our service. When attending with children, we ask that you arrive at least 10 to 15 minutes early to ensure that everyone in your family has an opportunity to settle into the environment best suited for them. Children in Kindergarten and younger, may be dropped off at our preschool ministry where we provide a safe, clean, and fun environment where they will be well taken care of and taught practical lessons about God's love. Children who are in First through Fifth Grade are with us for the first part of the worship service and are then invited to move into an adjacent area for their own lesson and worship service. Students in Sixth Grade and above continue to worship in our main service. Our children's services are fully staffed with people who are committed to teaching and ministering to children. You can be confident that your child is well-cared for and having a great time learning about God while you worship. All of our children's and preschool workers undergo a background screening before serving in these ministries.

What About Middle School and High School Students?

Students who are in Sixth Grade and above attend our main worship service. We also invite and welcome older students to begin giving back to others in their community through volunteer service.