Bridgeway Community Church is a non-denominational, multicultural church led by founding pastor and author on race relations Dr. David Anderson. Each week, over 2,000 people attend our Columbia Campus in our performing arts theater, as we utilize creative arts and traditional Christian teaching. We want to connect with you, but more importantly, we want to connect you with God, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.
Want to come visit? Our Sunday services are at 8a, 10a, and 12p noon. Our address is:
9189 Red Branch Road
Columbia, MD 21045
ASL Interpretation - 10a
Korean Translation - 10a
Spanish Translation - 12p
Children's Service (BridgeKids) - 8a, 10a, 12p
- Do you have a child? Before you join service, drop off your at BridgeKids for a time of worship and teaching!
- Note: BridgeKids is for newborns and children up to 5th grade
- Note: We have accomodations for children with special needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
- Pre-register to get through the line quicker
Once You're Here...
Bridgeway is a big place! To help you get connected, keep an eye out for our Lobby Crew volunteers, identified by purple t-shirts in the lobby. Make sure to also stop by our Connection Corner on your first visit!
Join the Fun!
We've got a Facebook Group! It's a great place to keep up to date on everything happening at the Columbia Campus, and especially helpful in extending ministry beyond Sunday morning services. Come check it out!
For your children, from birth through fifth grade, we've prepared a place of fun, age-appropriate, Bible-based, engaging teaching and worship, where they'll learn first-hand how to live the way God desires.
A Church Where All Feel Welcomed
When my neighbor Joanne asked if I attended Bridgeway, I immediately told her I did and invited her to church. She told me she’d think about it, but we never spoke of it again. However, one day I ran into Joanne’s mother, who lives with her. “Joanne is considering visiting Bridgeway,” she told me. “She is just a little concerned because of being in an interracial relationship. She’s not sure if she and her husband will be welcomed or comfortable.”
In addition to our wheelchair accessible seating, we also have spots that allow for a service animal! Speak to someone in a purple shirt when you arrive if you need assistance to a seat.
At our 10a service, we offer ASL sign language interpretation as well as Korean translation. Spanish translation is available during our 12p service.
Safe Haven, our ministry for Special Needs children, is available through our BridgeKids program. submit an application by emailing email@example.com!
At the end of service, stop by our "Community Cupboard" if you are in need of FREE groceries.