There are some things you can’t do on your own.
We believe following Jesus is one of them.
Groups are the lifeblood of BridgePointe. In these environments we get to know one another and find the support and relationships we need to follow Jesus together.
We asked Erin Stalvey to tell us how she became connected to a group at BridgePointe and what the experience has been like. Moving here from Tennessee, being a part of a group became a necessity. She also shares the impact of completing Rooted as a group.
Financial Peace University (FPU) is an 8 week class that teaches step-by-step how to create a budget, pay off debt, spend wisely, and save for the future. Brian Cowgur has led this class for the past couple of years and we’ve had a good number of stories come out of the class. Here are two recent FPU “graduates” sharing about their experience and why you should join.
Hans Estrada and Vanessa O’Neill talk about what it’s like to be a part of a small group.
Sometimes we think we need to have it all figured out before we step up to lead. Sue Holmer found that not to be true. Read her story to find out more.
Keith Cabral sat down with Vinnie DeBoer and asked a few questions about what it's like being part of a small group at BridgePointe
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We believe people become their best selves when in authentic community. Small Group leaders facilitate smaller gatherings all over the East Bay Area, and help guide their group into stronger relationships and maturity in Jesus. Whether you're currently a group leader or thinking about becoming one, check out our leader resources page.