Maybe you're feeling disconnected from God. Maybe you're feeling disconnected from people who can relate to your spiritual journey.  Maybe you don't even know where to start.


Maybe you've just arrived in Utah and you're feeling disconnected from friends and family and everything familiar you've known.


Your life does not need to be marked by that disconnect. 

Jesus wants to connect with you and lead you into a life full of purpose marked by grace.  We exist to help you make that connection and to connect you with others on a journey of knowing him and following Him. Our goal is to help people find Jesus and follow him fully.

How we can help you follow Jesus fully

The Bridge Community was started in 2010 to help people find Jesus and follow Him fully. What started with 6 people in a living room has multiplied into a growing church of averaging over 300 each Sunday.  We've seen consistent spiritual growth through a simple process whereby each individual is challenged to take their own next step with Jesus.  Wether you have been following Jesus for a long time or if you are new to this faith stuff, you'll find ways to take your next step toward Jesus at The Bridge Community. The process to grow in your faith is simple: Come, Grow, Lead.

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  • Come

    You're invited to just come and check us out.  Our church services have a relaxed atmosphere and a serious focus on Jesus. Each we have up-beat music, teaching straight out of the Bible, and a fantastic program for kids. 


    We meet in Centerville at 1284 W 75 N (84014). We have two services on Sundays, 9:15 and 11am.  Pick one that works for you.  While parents are free to keep their kids with them in the service, we think our kids ministry team is pretty stinking awesome and your kids will learn and grow and be challenged in an age appropriate environment.  Our "Main Street"  kids ministry offers classes for children from babies to 6th grade.  Our Jr. high ministry, "Shift," meets during the 2nd service, and our High school ministry, "The EDGE," meets Wednesday nights at 6:30pm. 


    If you are unable to make it in person you can watch our full service on-line through our live-stream or facebook, watch past services on our media page, or tune in to a small segment of a recent message on the radio (5pm on AM 820).

  • Grow

    As you get comfortable with us, we hope you'll want to continue to grow in your relationship with Jesus.  To help you grow we offer three "Next Steps" for you to take: service, small groups, one-on-one discipleship (Roots).  


    Service: There are many ways to serve at The Bridge Community and we'd like to help you'll find a way that will connect your gifts and talents and strengths to His mission.  You can begin your serving at The Bridge Community by filling out our Serving Form. 


    Small Groups: So much personal spiritual growth happens when we get out of rows and into circles.  Small groups help you connect with God and others at a deeper level.  Small groups are communities of 8-12 that meet in homes during the week.  


    Roots: During his life here Jesus called people to be his disciple.  A disciple is a "learner."  Jesus calls us to learn about him and from him.  In our Roots program you will be connected to a Roots graduate who can help you learn the basics of what it means to know and follow Christ.  We suggest even long-time followers of Christ to go through this course so they can lead others later.

  • Lead

    Leading others to find Jesus and follow him fully is not just something our pastor or staff does; it is something God calls all of his people to do.  This means that leadership in some capacity is something all of us are capable of and called to do.  We encourage each attender to invest in the lives of others and invite them to find Jesus and follow him fully.  There are several ways you can lead others at The Bridge Community. You can: lead a small group,  join a ministry leadership team, lead others through our Roots one-on-one discipleship course, lead a children's classroom or small group.