Do Life Together

Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way, you fulfill the law of Christ. -Galatians 6:2

Join us for Sister to Sister, a gathering where women of every age come together to support, inspire, and empower one another on their individual journeys with Jesus.

Let’s be honest – we’re not perfect! We juggle multiple roles as mothers, wives, friends, sisters, daughters, and employees.

But here’s the beautiful part: we embrace our imperfections and the joy of Christian friendship.

We are better when we do life together, so whether you can attend just once or become a regular, your presence will enrich our circle. We are all blessed by connecting in faith and friendship.

Join us on the first Saturday of every month in the Friendship Room, where men who are friends, employees, husbands, fathers, leaders, and followers of Christ – come together to foster personal and spiritual growth.

It’s more than just a breakfast; it’s an opportunity for men of all ages from our church and Bradford community to do life together over a delicious breakfast.

Come join this vibrant gathering of faith, food, and fellowship as often as possible.

We invite young adults, ages 18-30, who want to learn to navigate life’s twists and turns guided by the wisdom of the Bible.

Join us and connect with peers who are just as passionate about finding their way in the world through faith and friendship!

If you want to join the study, please email the church, and we will let you know the location.

bradfordcommunitychurch@gmail.com

Every tear we shed is precious in the eyes of the Lord, who comforts us in our trials.

You keep track of all my sorrows. You have collected all my tears in your bottle. You have recorded each one in your book. (Psalm 56:8)

Pastor Lynne leads a compassionate group where individuals can share their loss journey, find understanding and empathy, and discover the healing power of God’s love.

Through our meetings, we can do life together, leaning on the everlasting arms of our Creator and finding peace in the promise that He doesn’t forget our tears.