Community Groups

At The Bridge we view Community Groups as the heartbeat of the church. Community Groups are where you see real life transformation, where you build community with those around you, where you share & struggle through the ups & downs of life. Do you want to see spiritual growth in your own life? Do you want to see how Christ can move in what may seem like an unchangeable situation? Join a connect group, dive in, be vulnerable and see what God has lined up for you.


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  • The Book of judges - Men's group

    The book of Judges cracks a window into depths of the human soul. Watch a nation struggle with its identity and relationship to its God. Heroes and heroines arise, who seem to have the potential to save Israel. But in the end, each proves to be a broken savior that cannot deliver.


    In this series, pastor and author J.D. Greear wades into the book of Judges to shine a light onto the muddy waters of human rebellion. The stories and truths within are not just archaic tales with no relevance for us today. Rather, J.D. works through each chapter unpacking the truth of God’s grace in the midst of human wickedness, and shows how only the divine can redeem the fallen.


    When: Thursday evenings at 6:30pm, starting January 30th

    Where: Phil Knox's home, 90 Alyudar Place, Paso Robles

    Contact: Tony Ritter 805.610.6426

  • Here and now: Living in the spirit - Women's Group

    Not a faint memory, but happening right here and now, spiritual living takes place in the present; the Spirit meets us in the ordinary. These inspirational reflections by Henri Nouwen succeed in convincing us that God’s presence is reliable.


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    When: Thursday mornings, 8:30-10:00am

    Where: The Perales home, 824 Jackson Drive, Paso Robles

    Contact: Claudia Volle 805.975.2166

  • The book of REvelations

    John, the apostle to whom God gave the book of Revelation, assumed that the readers knew the Old Testament well and were acquainted with Jewish customs and culture. Though there are many commentaries on the book of Revelation, a new one by Todd Hampson called “The Non-Prophets Guide to the book of Revelation”, is written for modern-day readers who may not have studied the Old Testament or are acquainted with Jewish culture and, thus, cannot interpret Old Testament history and symbolism. As an illustrator and animation producer, Mr. Hampson fills the book not only with sound Biblical teaching, but uses cartoons, charts, graphs, etc. to clarify the subjects. Thus we will be using his book along with the Bible and worksheets that will help you understand the book of Revelation, as well as what is going on in our world today that is fulfilling Bible prophecy. 


    Some of you may not want to read Revelation because it makes you fearful of what may be coming. For those who are following Jesus, the study of this book can bring much hope as we discover what all God has planned for us and how He wants us to be prepared for the days ahead. He has a glorious future for those who are the Bride of Christ!


    Cost: $15, which will cover the book and a set of worksheets.


    When: Two identical studies, Tuesday mornings at 9:30am, & Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm, beginning January 14th

    Where: The Charles Home, 95 15th Street, Paso Robles

    Contact: Don or Sylvia Charles, phone: 805-238-9659, text: 831-594-5555

  • The Book of ACts

    Join us for an opportunity to dive into God's Word together. Let's support, challenge and grow with one another as we hear God's heart as we go through the book of Acts.


    Childcare available on-site, please contact us if you plan to attend and would like childcare so we can have an idea of how many children will be there.


    When: Tuesday evenings, 6:00-7:30pm, starting February 18th

    Where: The Perales home, 824 Jackson Drive, Paso Robles

    Contact: Courtney Perales, 805-423-2137

  • Philippians: To live is christ, to die is gain

    The story begins in Philippi where Paul introduces three individuals that were all enslaved by the kind of things that we often choose over the gospel: Lydia, the Business Executive, The Little Slave Girl, and The Hard Working Jailer.


    Their lives portray dysfunction and emptiness, but are totally transformed by the Gospel. True joy and Christ's love begin to live within them, giving them a life of purpose. In fact, Paul himself was enslaved and then by God's grace and mercy he could pen these popular and profound words: To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.  


    When: Tuesday evenings, 6:30-8pm, starting February 11th

    Where: The Ritter home, 94 Affirmed, Paso Robles

    Contact: Tony Ritter, 805-610-6426

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