Here at The Bridge we are committed to building and strengthening three key relationships: our relationship with God, our relationship with each other, and our relationship with our community. As we grow in each of these three relationships we will bridge the gap between who we are and who God has created us to be.

Our Relationship with God

To know God—His character, His heart, His Word −is to love Him. There are many ways to get to know Him more including studying His Word, worshiping Him together as a community of believers, and spending time with Him in prayer. Bible studies, Sunday morning worship services, small groups, and weekly email devotionals are just a few of the ways we inspire and equip one another at The Bridge to become thriving disciples of Jesus Christ.

Our Relationship with Each Other

Loving others is not a program…it is a culture that says, “I am here for you.” As we live life together through small groups and other connection points, we come to know one another and can offer a helping hand when needs arise. Whether it’s a meal, babysitting, prayer, or a listening ear, we strive to live out the Golden Rule (Luke 6:31), “Do to others what you would have them do to you.”

Our Relationship with Our Community

We believe in reaching beyond ourselves. In serving others, we bring them face-to-face with God’s love and care for them. God is glorified and we experience a deep personal satisfaction from doing exactly what we were created to do. From our local outreach efforts, such as Easter in the Park, to our global missions participation through ministering to orphans at Casa Hogar Allegre Orphanage in Chiapas, Mexico, we are always looking for ways that we can show God’s love to the world.

Our Vision Paper

When God called Ryan & Johanna to RSM He gave them a vision for what it could look like.  Even though a number of years have passed, we still get excited about what God is going to do in RSM and the surrounding communities.

We’d love for you check out the vision paper and get more acquainted with what we believe God has for us.


We are a Foursquare Church. You can read all about what the Foursquare denomination believes on their website.