Community Care

Showing the love of Christ to people in need

Community Care

As our Mission Statement indicates, we are to build into one another as we build bridges to our community! It's a big deal for us to serve our community in practical ways, so that they will see the love of Christ in us and through us.  Listed below are a few of the ministries that serve our community.

Check out our local and international outreach oppportunities here!

Community Cupboard

The Community Cupboard, one of our signature outreach ministries, reaches and serves our local communities, by providing families with grocery items while also ministering to their spiritual needs.

The Cupboard operates at both our Columbia and Owings Mills/Reisterstown campuses, and are both open on Sundays immediately following services to those in the community and to those attending services, until 30 to 40 minutes following each service.

The Columbia Campus is also opened to the community on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, 10am - 12 noon.

The Owings Mills/Reisterstown Campus is also opened to the community on the third Saturday of the month, 10:30am - 12 noon.

As an extension of our Community Cupboard, we hold annual drives to serve the community with specific needs throughout the calendar year.  These include our Clothing Drive, Backpack Drive, Thanksgiving Drive, and Christmas Drive.

At Bridgeway, we believe we should care for those in need in our church and our community.  The Community Cupboard gives us the opportunity to serve others in a very practical way.

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Homeless Ministry

Join us as we serve Sarah's House in Ft. Meade the 4th Monday of every month. You can donate food and/or your time by preparing the food and serving. We also regularly provide a meal for Leola Dorsey Resource Center in Jessup with a meal. Every year we also host Grassroots Cold Weather Shelter for a week. Click here for more details, or contact Angie at

Jail Ministry

At Bridgeway, we seek to reach those in need with the life changing message of Jesus Christ.  Sometimes, that means seeking those who may be forgotten by society.  The Jail Ministry reaches out to inmates, to help them feel connected to the body of Christ, through one-on-one discipleship, monthly worship services, and letter writing. Click here for more details.

I was so tired of the "religious rituals" in church: watching people proclaim being a Christian, but not being Christ-like. I prayed & searched for a church without the EXTRA and truly multicultural. I was glad when I found it here.- Mavis S.
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