Covid-19 Updates

Our campus is open! Join us on Sunday mornings at 9 & 11am.

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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.

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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.

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Faithbridge is hosting a drive-thru PCR Testing site. Monday – Friday 8am–5pm. Saturday, 9am–2pm. Results are usually available in 36 hours, or as soon as 24 for an additional fee. Bring your Insurance or Government ID. No appointments needed. Get more information from the organization doing the testing directly by texting Michelle Bridges at 281-723-4900.
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In April, a generous family offered to match gifts up to $250,000 to be dedicated to blessing people and families in our city suffering from the effects of Covid-19. Click here if you would like to apply for financial assistance from this fund.
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Our partner Bridging for Tomorrow is offering groceries to the community on an emergency basis. They are located at 5359 West Richey Rd. Houston, TX 77066. Their hours are Tuesday 2:30-7pm. For more information, call: 832-286-1667. Click here for more food assistance resources.
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Do you want someone to partner with you in prayer? Visit our prayer wall to submit prayer requests.
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If you’re looking for a job, visit our Job Connection page.

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We have pastors and staff ready to help you with life's struggles, big and small. We're here for you.

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Give 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!

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Our ministries are able to support our church and community through your tithes and offerings. While it may be tempting to hold tight during times of uncertainty, we ask that you remain faithful in giving. If you give in-person, you can mail a check (18000 Stuebner Airline Road, Attn: Accounting Dept, Spring, Texas 77379-5410) or begin giving online—it's safe and simple. Your generosity allows us to continue serving others. Thank you! Give Online here.
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We are learning that serving and loving your neighbor during a pandemic often looks like staying inside and helping everyone by not spreading the virus.
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Our FoodShare Sunday ministry is continuing during this time. Your grocery donations are distributed to our local food pantry partners. On the first Sunday of the month, you can come drop off donations of non-perishable food items at our campus. Get a suggested shopping list.
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Donate shoes: Shoes that fit and are in good condition are an important part of every back-to-school shopping list, but not all families can afford them. Meeting this basic need is one way to make sure our under-resourced neighbors are as prepared as possible for whatever the school year will bring. Get drop-off dates and more info here. Or go to BFT's Amazon Wishlist here.
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.
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It is estimated that 80% of blood drives have been canceled over the next four weeks, and hospitals are struggling to meet needs for blood donations. The blood drives at Faithbridge will maintain safe social distancing practices, and you can give blood by appointment only. Our next blood drive is Wednesday, November 18 from 9am-3pm. Make an appointment here.
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Prayer is a powerful tool that God has given us to fight fear and confusion. He has given us a spirit of power, peace, wisdom, and courage. We ask that you pray for the following:
  • 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)
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One of the only ways we can flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections is by limiting our contact with others. Please stay home to protect both yourself and those in our community who are at a higher risk.
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The mental and emotional strains of social distancing can be difficult to bear. We encourage you to find time every day to call a family member, friend, or neighbor to check in and connect.

Art of Neighboring

Social distancing doesn't have to mean relational distancing. Watch this sermon on how to show love to our neighbors during this time.

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