Invest in the mission of The Bridge Church

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Investing in the Mission of The Bridge Church

Regular giving is a mark of a fully-developing follower of Jesus. Time and time again we see in Scripture the importance of giving generously to others and especially to the mission of Christ. We can’t think of a better cause to invest your time, talent, and finances into than that of building life-long followers of Jesus, here and around the world. The Bridge Church asks that you prayerfully consider making the practice of financial giving a deliberate and ongoing part of your spiritual walk. To make it easy to remain faithful in the area of stewardship, The Bridge offers “5 Ways to Give Generously”:

Giving Online

At The Bridge, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to be able to donate and begin fulfilling your created purpose. We offer three ways you can begin to respond to the heart of God through giving and also prevent your donation from getting lost in the busyness of the month.

Debit Card or Credit Card Donations

We recognize that a large number of us no longer carry cash and use Debit cards as a way of paying monthly bills. This is the easiest way to make a donation to The Bridge.

Donate Online

Bank Drafts

Another easy way to manage money now is through the use of direct deposits. This is a great way to “automate” your offering. We do this by setting up monthly drafts using the donate button above. You can choose the draft button on the top right corner to set it up. Or you can use your online bill pay and have them send it to The Bridge.

Donate by Mail

Make checks payable to “The Bridge Church” and send them to:

The Bridge Church
PO Box 635
Midlothian, TX 76065

Sunday Offering

If you prefer a more traditional way to give, we designate time each Sunday to receive an offering. This is an important part of the service because the Bible teaches that giving is one of the many acts of worship—it further contributes to the atmosphere of worship in the service.


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