Arbor Bridge Church exists to bridge the gospel and our community by connecting people to Jesus and each other.
Come As You Are
We mean come as you are. You don’t need to look, act, or be a certain way to worship at our church. No experience necessary – it doesn’t matter where you are at with God right now, where you’ve been, or what you’ve done. You will find nothing but care and love from the people at our church.
We Love to Worship
Our worship team does an amazing job of leading our hearts in worshipping God each week. You don’t need to know the words or how to sing, you can still join in or just listen.
We Care About Our Youth
We put a lot of energy into our children and youth programs, Bridge Kidz (birth-5th grade) and Shelter 7(middle and high school). We know your kids and teenagers will love coming to these programs where they can learn about God and build relationships with each other.
We Care About Our Community
We believe that churches were never meant to build walls between people and our communities. We love serving the Ann Arbor and surrounding communities, in any way that we can. Check out some of our ongoing outreach efforts HERE.
Come to a Church That Will Not Build Walls Between You and God | Every Sunday at 10:30am
Our nursery is a warm and nurturing environment for our infants and young children to enjoy. We also have a parent lounge available for nursing, bottle-feeding, or anything else your little one may need. You can still enjoy our service from the parent lounge, which has an audio feed of the main worship experience!
Bridge Kidz provides a great opportunity for school aged kids to connect to Jesus and shape the foundation of their faith. Bridge Kidz does this through exciting worship, lessons, play, and creative arts. Remember to check out the reading loft!
We are creating an atmosphere of acceptance that enables students to become who God intends them to be. Shelter 7 is an active youth group that meets on Saturday evenings, participates in events together, and encourages each other in their growth toward becoming who God wants them to be.