What we offer children and youth
At Bridgeway, we invest heavily in the rising generation! From dedicated facilities, to trained and passionate volunteers and staff, we have poured resources into developing programs built to train, develop, and equip your children and students! Why? It's simple: these are the rising generation of world changers and bridge builders! While you may be tempted to think we're just watching your kids during their services and events, we are so much more than that. We are passionate about building into and equipping them for a life-long relationship with God. To God be the glory!
Start children off on the right path. And even when they are old they will not depart from it.Proverbs 22:6
To equip children to build a personal relationship with Jesus while partnering with parents to cultivate the spiritual development of their children.
To develop a multicultural generation of young believers who worship God, embrace His Word, and share their faith with unity and love.
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It's no secret that 6th to 12th grade kids experience new challenges in life that test their abilities to overcome adversity and learn to make sound decisions. Beyond dealing with their own challenges, we want them to grow in love for one another, in compassion for the world around them, and in adoration of a Living God. Our Student Ministries was created to meet middle and high school kids right where they are to give them what they need to grow closer to God and to each other.
We continue the tradition of the Boy Scouts of America at the Boy Scouts troop of Bridgeway, by completing community service projects to improve Scouts' leadership, citizenship, and academic skills.
For girls 10 years old through 10th Grade, our Bridgeway Girl Scouts troop allows girls to serve the community while developing academic, social, leadership, and many other skills.
The Bridgeway Homeschoolers is a ministry dedicated to supporting and connecting with home schooling families, offering theme related field trips, monthly parent support meetings, and playgroups. Through the Keepers Club, a curriculum for grades K-12, we strive to prepare boys to become Godly men with the abilities to provide for their families, and teach girls Biblical truth and practical skills for being a mother and wife.