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We the members of Bridgewater United Methodist Church believe in the sacred worth of all human beings and as such, we believe that all of God’s children should be able to have full participation in the United Methodist Church, including ministry and marriage. We believe that the recent decision by the Special General Conference 2019 of the United Methodist Church to approve the amended Traditional Plan does egregious harm to our community.
We renounce this decision and lament the continued discrimination and
exclusion of LGBTQIA+ people from a full life in the United Methodist Church. We look forward to joining with like-minded churches and conferences to explore what a new branch of Methodism might look like, one that fully includes all people united by our love of Jesus Christ and steeped in a Wesleyan heritage. In the meantime, we will continue to be a connectional United Methodist Church by supporting its mission and ministries.
We welcome all of God’s children and celebrate diversity of race, ethnicity,
gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ability and social status. We will seek to faithfully live into the credo of our church: Inviting All, Engaging Hearts and Minds, and Serving Others With The Love of Christ.
The Pastors, Leadership and Congregation of Bridgewater United Methodist
Our Small Group schedule for 2020 is now available! Our groups are designed in a way that allow everyone to participate – even those who already have packed schedules.
Please visit http://bridgewaterumc.org/small-groups/ for more details.
We have many events coming up that will help us to prepare for the birth of Jesus Christ. We hope that you will be able to join us. You can find more details about these events here.
No matter how hard you try to make the Christmas season merry and bright, do you still sometimes feel there’s something missing? In Almost Christmas: A Wesleyan Advent Experience, we’ll explore over 4 weeks how we can make a commitment to Christ during Advent, and connect to our Wesleyan heritage with the traditional themes of peace, hope, love and joy. Join us as we seek to grow in our love for Jesus and one another this Advent season.
Register with the following link:
Join us for an Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Eve Service on November 27th from 8-9 PM. All are welcome.