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Answers to FAQ's as you consider visiting The Bridge!
The Bridge meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30am and 11:15am.
The Bridge is a mobile church that meets at Bowditch Middle School in Foster City, CA and hosts its Connect Groups in homes.
The Bridge is affiliated with the global Foursquare Church. To read more about our denomination, click here.
The Bridge offers a wonderful, safe, and engaging children's ministry (BridgeKidz) for ages 0-12 on Sunday mornings. Just look for the a-frame signs on our campus for direction to the right classroom.
Our Sunday services are 1 hour and 15 minutes long.
Sundays at The Bridge feature contemporary, Spirit-filled worship, dynamic Bible-focused teaching, and opportunities to give to the church and a local or global charity.
The Bridge has a teaching team of passionate and loving pastors, who alternate opening up and teaching from the word on Sundays.
The Bridge has a unique furniture arrangement. Instead of rows of chairs, our sanctuary is filled with cafe-like round-table to facilitate community and discussion throughout the service. Each table is assigned a Table Leader who leads a 10 minute discussion halfway through the message. This format gives everyone a voice, an opportunity to connect, and a chance to have eye-to-eye and heart-to-heart moments.
For those who prefer to speak Spanish, the Bridge offers Bridge en Español, a Spanish-Speaking table option for Sundays, and a Friday night Bible Study.
At The Bridge, don't worry if you forgot to eat breakfast. There will be locally sourced coffee and delicious snacks waiting for you every Sunday, right at your table.
The Bridge is a casual, inviting, and diverse community. We have no dress code, come as you are!
The Bridge is led by Pastor Brian and Pastor Cynthia Goodell, who have been pastoring this community for over 15 years. They are passionate, relational, and gifted leaders who love their church, city, and world. They are also big fans of morning coffee, Napa Valley, dinners on the beach, and being with their family of seven.