Welcome to LifeBridge Christian Church!


If you have been thinking that perhaps you would like to see what church is all about, we are glad you are here. It can be difficult to take a step out and try a church that may be different than anything you may have experienced.

Perhaps you have a family of your own now, and are starting to feel a need to have some kind of spiritual direction for your own children, even if you don't know what that will look like.

Maybe you have never set foot in a church before in your life for whatever reason. You grew up with a family that did not go to church. Maybe you are not even sure you believe there is a God, let alone one that actually loves you and wants to be involved in your life! Maybe you have even met some people who go to church but who didn't treat you well. So you ask yourself, "Why would I want to be like them?"

Each one of us has a story, and our stories are important. At LifeBridge church, we want to get to know you. We value everyone who walks through our doors, because God has created each person.  He desires to know you, and so do we.

If you would like to plan a visit to LifeBridge, feel free to come and visit. Let us know you are here visiting, so we can personally meet you and be there to answer any questions you may have. Sit back, relax and enjoy our worship service, and meet some new people. If you want to talk with someone before you visit, please call us or e-mail with any questions you may have. 

LifeBridge is...




Loving God

God is Love. Love is the natural act of the child in response to the love of a parent. We do not create love. We simply mirror the love with which God created and cares for us. Our role as children is not to earn God's love. It is simply to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength. 

Growing Together

Walking with God together as a family makes each of us stronger. Struggles and hurts are shared, and celebrations are multiplied. Together our eyes are opened to the hope, abundance and power that are available in Him.

Serving Others...

It's Not About Me.  Jesus humbled himself and became a servant. He consistently thought of the needs of others before his own. We want to share in his humility and consider others first. Loving others the way we love ourselves drives us to action. Jesus' character is seen when we serve those around us. Service is one of the best ways to show my love for God. I am a servant. 

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This Week's Message

This week's message can be listened to below. If you would like to hear other messages from past Sundays, please go to the media page for a complete listing.   ***This message is from 4/15/18. Week of 4/22/18 not recorded.