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THANK YOU for giving us a moment to introduce the Bridgeport Church of Christ to you. If you are looking for a church home or just want to learn more about the Bible, we would be glad to help you in any way we can. We, at the Bridgeport Church of Christ, seek to follow God’s word and it only.  We believe that the Bible is all we need to serve God Faithfully and to one day have a home in heaven with Him.  We do not add to or take away from the scriptures, for we believe it is God’s complete and final revelation.  We are blessed to have 3 elders who shepherd the flock here at Bridgeport and take their work seriously.  Are we perfect here at the Bridgeport Church of Christ?  The answer is obviously, no.  However, we are Christians who strive to love the Lord our God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Mark 12:30).  We believe the Bible teaches us God’s plan for salvation and that one must hear the word of God (Romans 10:17), one must believe in Jesus as the Christ, the Son of God (Acts 8:37), one must repent of the sins they have committed (Acts 2:38), one must confess their faith in Christ (Romans 10: 9-10), one must be baptized for the remission of their sins (Mark 16: 15-16; Acts 2:38), and live faithfully to the Lord (Revelation 2:10).We all strive to live obediently in accordance to God’s word.  In the Lord’s Church, we understand that in order to love God we must love one another (1 John 4:20-21).  We are a family-the body of Christ.  We are joined together for the same cause and will continue to serve God faithfully for the rest of our lives.    – Ryan CurreyFor more information, click  I’d Like to know.



I Am A Newcomer

Won’t You Please…….


Smile at me as I walk in the door. You are my first impression

of the church, during the first few moments I am in your

building, and this first impression will probably stay with me a

long time.

Help me find my place in the service. I will not find your

help an intrusion. In fact, I will remember your kindness.

Speak to me during the after-service fellowship time. I

know you want to see your friends, but I may find it hard to believe you truly care

for each other unless I first see evidence that you care for the “stranger” in your


Tell me good things about the church, your elders, deacons, and ministers. I want

to believe that I have come to a place where people love each other and where

they believe that they are doing something exciting and important for the Lord.

Notice me even if I am not “family’. I don’t want to feel invisible just because I am

unmarried, a single parent, a teenager, or an older person.

Talk to me again the second week when I come back and the third and fourth. I

am still not a part of your church family.

 Invite me to become a part of some church activity or small group. I need more

contact with the church family.

-Bulletin Digest

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