February Newsletter

Dear Church Friends and Family, I hope this letter finds you well. As we get ready to say goodbye to winter and look forward to spring, I thought I’d spend a few minutes letting you all know what’s going on at The Bridge Church Spanish Springs. First, I want to...

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Spanish Springs January Newsletter

Hello Church Family, Thanks for taking the time to read this month’s newsletter. I hope that today and the new year have been good to you and your family. This is an important year for us here at the Bridge Church Spanish Springs. This newsletter is longer than normal because...

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December 2020 Newsletter

December 2020 Newsletter   Hello Church Family, I have been in ministry for over 20 years. In all that time, I have never been part of a church quite like ours. This year for Christmas and Thanksgiving, we were able to help 10 families with meals and gifts. 10 may...

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2020 Christmas Devotional and Study

Hello Everyone! Each year we like to have some kind of study/devotional during the Christmas and Advent season. However with many people staying home on Sundays these days, we were able to find one that is not only downloadable and can be printed but it’s also pretty good! Follow the...

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Community Thanksgiving Needs

Dear Church Family, What a wild ride we have been on the past 8 months. We have gone from normal church activities, to no activity, now to a place where our activities are limited to help reduce the spread of the covid-19 virus. As a small and young church, we...

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Urgent Help Needed

Hello Church Friends and Family,   I have just had a conversation with the folks over at Spanish Springs Elementary and there is a family that is in need of help. The child involved is 5yrs old and in need of emergency dental care (broken molar.) The family is in...

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Interested in Donating Blood?

Your blood donation delivers DOUBLE the good when you save lives and learn your COVID-19 antibody status, which is especially important given the critical shortage of blood as hospitals have increased surgeries and other procedures. We still have much to learn about COVID-19, but we do know that every blood...

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