Archives for December 2016

Sunday, January 8: Bill Yount

Sunday January 8 Bill Yount will be preaching. Bill has been an active member of our congregation for over 30 years. Bill has been in full time faith ministry for that entire period, first in prisons, and now as a traveling minister. He serves as a member of the leadership team at Bridge of Life. Bill’s ministry travels take him all across our country, we are blessed to have him at home.

Tuesday, January 3: Prayer Meeting

Prayer changes us and moves the heart of our God. Plan now to join us for group prayer this Tuesday, January 3rd at 7:00 p.m. at the Secret Place in the Annex. The entire time is devoted to waiting on God and prayer. Contact Linda Barnhart at if you have a specific request for prayer. Prayer meetings are every other Tuesday, so join us when you can.


Sunday, January 1: Bill Kleckner

Sunday, January 1, our preacher will be Bill Kleckner. Bill’s journey took him through alcohol and drugs at a young age and later to the Scorpions and prison. After years of bad decisions, Bill turned to Jesus who transformed his life.   Bill is well known at Bridge of Life where he serves as an elder and is the founder of the Watering Hole.

Saturday, December 31: Secret Life of Pets

Plan to join thousands of local citizens in downtown Hagerstown for the annual “Donut Drop” on New Year’s Eve from 5-7 p.m. Directly after the drop, we will show the movie “The Secret Life of Pets” at BoL.

Free movie, popcorn and a drink!

Bring the kids!  Bring the neighbors!

More info…

December 26: Houses of Worship Tour

On December 26 from 3-7 pm, Bridge of Life will join fifteen other churches in downtown Hagerstown for this annual tour. Art work from some of our members will be displayed. This is a great opportunity for us to introduce people to our congregation.

For more info and a tour brochure visit the HARC website. For info on this year’s photo contest visit

Sunday, December 25: Christmas

On December 25, Christmas Day, we will worship and celebrate the advent of our Lord at 10:30 a.m. (There will be no Sunday School classes or Bridge Groups.) Terry King will preach the final sermon in the series “The Call of Christmas.”  This week we look at the Christmas Story through the eyes of the Shepherds.

Join us as we keep Jesus at the center of Christmas!