The Bridge Church (Abbotsford) Podcast

 An Honest Hope on a wood background with a white sunburst

Welcome to the podcast!

The episodes contain the guided meditations/prayers and messages from our weekly services.We hope that you'll join us on zoom in the live gathering but if you aren't able to do that then we hope you enjoy the podcast.

We have just completed a series of readings and reflections that our community collaborated on through the season of Lent using Walking in the Wilderness by Beth Richardson. You can re-watch any of these on Vimeo.

Join us in worship

We love to sing together but because of the limits of technology this is tricky to do well in our current zoom setting. There are other ways that we worship collectively in that space.

Each week a member of our community suggests a few songs we might like to worship along with ahead of our gathering online.This week Lando & Kathy Klassen have chosen us three songs. Enjoy.

Watch on youtube or listen on spotify and you'll find the words on the Sung Worship page if you want to sing along.

There is also a playlist for kids on Spotify - it makes for a good family dance party!

Adults Sunday Morning Gathering on blue fading background

Sunday morning gathering for adults, 10:30am

Contact Sarah to be added to the list to join us live on Zoom.

Kids: bridge Kids @ Home

Sunday morning gathering for kids, 9:30am

Message Sarah for an invite to join us on Zoom.

Midweek connections on a blue and green background

Contact the office if you would like to connect with others midweek and start or join a group.

Lynn Lang is starting a book club, there is still time to join with that as their first meetings is March 16. Contact Lynn to get involved

Green fade with the words: Help! I am home sick!

There may be a time when some in our community need to stay home and isolate. We want to be able to help you as you need it. There are members of our community who will be happy to pick up groceries for you, bring you a nice coffee, visit through a window, pray for you, or try and meet whatever need you have.

Let us know how we can help by contacting the church office. It's said way too often, but nonetheless it is still true; we are in this together.