Because we’re a collection of diverse individuals with distinctively different influences in our lives, we all have slightly different values with regard to how we go about serving Christ. In fact, that’s one of the
beauties of the Bridge: the diversity.
While diversity is prized, our love for God and for our fellow man unify our efforts. We wanna be a living paraphrase of Colossians 3:11—“Here there is no Anglo-American, African-American, Hispanic- American, Asian-American—no hyphenated people of any kind—no white-collar or blue-collar, but only those who know the grace of Christ and who see to share it with everyone.”
Jesus is our source of unity, and there are certain common values that unify our efforts and define our distinctives. Not all churches have the same values, but these are the core values upon which the Bridge is founded. We make no apologies for these values. They’re the heart and soul of who we are and how we minister.
We believe the church should be culturally relevant while remaining doctrinally pure.
This means we want to sensitively relate to our culture through our facilities, printed materials, worship style, and use of the arts - 1 Corinthians 9:19-23.