While the days ahead hold unknowns, we are here to help.
We know the impact of COVID-19 will have ripple effects in our lives—emotionally, spiritually, physically, mentally, and financially. We want to help you with the challenges that you will face and provide ways for you to serve.
Our commitment is to have excellent online and safe on campus ministry for all ages. On campus, we are requiring masks and safe social distancing, and have installed a new system that cleanses the air in the building. We are only allowing 50% capacity to any of our on campus events, and on Sunday mornings we have only reached 12% capacity.
The closings of schools, workplaces, and organizations has drastic implications for us. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, we are here to help.
The coming weeks will present us with new opportunities to bring the hope and compassion of Christ to our neighbors. Here are some ways you can help!
Volunteer: You can make a difference in the life of a child by joining Bridging For Tomorrow’s team of dedicated volunteers. For more information contact our Volunteer Manager, Marianne Strong.
Give to the Education Fund: Bridging For Tomorrow has established an Education Fund that will allow us to award Kumon Learning Center scholarships to students who are struggling academically. It will ensure students in our community can be supported by trusted, licensed, mental health professionals when the BFT staff has reached capacity and it will provide books for the children in our Literacy Club. Give Here.
- Pray against fear (Romans 15:13)
- Pray for the sick and vulnerable (Jeremiah 17:14)
- Pray for those searching for answers or seeking God (2 Corinthians 4:6)
- Pray for public health officials, governments, and healthcare workers (1 Timothy 2:1–2)