Know and Go. We desire to be a church that makes disciples who make disciples. To this end, we strive to know Christ intimately and deeply. Wherever we go (including where we live and work), we witness and take every available opportunity to share and teach all that Christ commanded us. Within the body, we use our small groups and classes to deepen our understanding of Christ and His Word. Our mission team looks for and provides various opportunities locally and abroad to go and share the gospel.

The Gospel is the single most important message affecting humanity. It needs to be shared with a lost and dying world. Following Christ in His mission is inviting others to join in our rescue.


The Somerset Food Pantry is up and running! The Somerset Community Food Pantry (SCFP) operates out of the former Grace Place home behind St. Anne’s Catholic Church.

How you can help

All pantry food related items are needed, but specific items including paper products, like paper plates and paper towels are needed at this time.  

The Somerset Community Food Pantry is also able to support 24 kids this year through the Backpack Program. Plastic containers are ideal for filling the backpacks. 

If you can help families in Somerset, The Bridge Bible Church will have a bin in the lobby to place your items and they will be brought to the Somerset Community Food Pantry.


Founded by the Gaede family (from New Richmond, WI), Tutapona is a non-profit organization committed to addressing the pain and trauma associated with war and violence. For the past 8 years, Tutapona has operated out of Uganda, and has provided trauma rehabilitation to more than 36,000 refugees. We encourage you to support them both in prayer, and financially as they continue to provide rehabilitation to Syrian, Kurdish, and Yazidi brothers and sisters who have been scarred by the effects of the conflict around them. Learn more about their mission, and how you can partner with them at www.tutapona.com

The Bridge Bible Church helps support Bible Translation ministry with Wycliffe in Ethiopia.  Learn more about Wycliffe, and how you can support them financially at www.wycliffe.org/partner