BridgeWay Services

Sunday, May 17, 20202

Welcome to Our Church

Jesus is the Bridge, and the Way for you to have a personal relationship with God, and thus our name BridgeWay!

 We are a Southern Baptist church plant that has been meeting in the Mt. Pleasant area for 15 years now.


Planted 15 years ago, BridgeWay is a Southern Baptist Church located at 107 Taska Road between First State Bank and the Dollar General Store. 


Our worship is blended, and our mission is to assist the churched/saved in this area in their spiritual growth and gift discovery. The focus is on them becoming mature, effective, committed workers ready for deployment into the area to reach the unchurched/unsaved with the powerful Gospel of Jesus Christ.​
 

We will:  

  • Exalt the Savior
  • Be one in heart and mind
  • Seek the lost
  • Empower and deploy the saved 

About BridgeWay Baptist Church

Details About Our Services

Details About Our Services

Details About Our Services

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Sunday Morning:

9:30 a.m. - Coffee & Fellowship 

9:50 a.m. - Bible Study all age groups
       Adults, College & Career, Youth, and Children Groups 

Children's Church:  During Sunday Worship Services, K-2nd grade


Wednesday Night

6:00 p.m. - Family Fellowship Meals, (during the school year)

6:40 p.m. - Bible Study for all age groups

     Adults in Sanctuary for Bible Study

     College & Career Youth and Children all meet in their individual classrooms.                              

 

Our Core Values

Details About Our Services

Details About Our Services

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  Every believer possesses spiritual “gifts” or talents that should be used to build up the body of Christ.  


One of our core values at BridgeWay is to help individuals discover and use his or her spiritual gifts. 

   

Our Core Values:


  1. Biblical authority
  2. Cultural relevance
  3. Gift discovery
  4. Trust and integrity
  5. Leadership
  6. Being cutting edge
  7. Relationships (small groups)
  8. Reproduction


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Vision Statement ​

Vision Statement ​

Vision Statement ​

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Our Vision is:

  • Jesus First
  • Others Next
  • Yourself Last
  • Open to All
  • Under Authority of God’s Word
  • ​Starting New Churches 


Our Objective

Vision Statement ​

Vision Statement ​

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Our Objective Is:  


Meaningful worship
Powerful prayer
Healthy community relationships
Relevant Bible teaching
Intentional evangelism
Effective discipleship training
Local, state, & global missions
Unforeseen opportunities

Meet Our Pastor

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Bro. Gary Adams

  

      Gary, a native of Jackson, MS, is the founding Pastor of BridgeWay Baptist Church, in Mt. Pleasant, MS where he continues to serve as Pastor. Gary is a past member of The Executive Committee of The MS Baptist Convention Board, and also past Chairman of the Church Planting Committee of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board.  
     Gary is a past President of the Holly Springs Rotary Club, current Assistant District Governor, District Governor Nominee, and Paul Harris Fellow. Gary serves on the Board of Directors of the Rotary Family Youth Initiative “FYI," and is a frequent speaker promoting the Polio Plus Initiative. He serves on the Mayor of Holly Springs’ Pastoral Advisory Council, and received the Outstanding Community Service Award from the Knights of Columbus (2014).
     Gary is a graduate of Mississippi College and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.  He also enjoys playing Bluegrass Fiddle, Guitar, and Dobro. He and His wife, Lorena, have two sons: Seth, a former quarterback (2006 & 2007) at Ole Miss, and current Assistant Vice President of Sales for Regions Insurance Division in Madison, MS, and Brent, who is a graduate of Ole Miss with a major in Economics and Finance, and worked as the Director of Product Development and Strategic Relationships for The Juilliard Conservatory in New York City, and is the current VP of Development for The Miss America Organization.  Lorena is the school nurse for the Holly Springs primary school, and was named School Nurse of the Year for the State of Mississippi (2015), and is the Marshall County representative on the Community Foundation of North West Mississippi Regional Health Council where she is involved in S.O.C.O  (the effort to stamp out childhood obesity).
     Gary and Lorena reside in Holly Springs, Mississippi.