P R A Y E R  M I N I S T R Y

We believe that when people pray for one another a greater measure of the Holy Spirit is released and profound healing can occur. To this end we have prayer ministry woven into almost every gathering we host from Sunday mornings to Community Groups to Men's and Women's breakfasts. Bridgeport has a trained prayer ministry team that ministers on Sunday mornings as well as in other contexts. If you would like to be a part of the prayer ministry team or receive prayer from that team, please email kevin@bridgeportchurch.org.

Living Waters

Is there any hope for me? Can I ever break free from these struggles? Will I always fail? Why can't I love well?

Such thoughts and questions plague many Christians. The discipleship and prayer ministry of Living Waters addresses the roots of sexual and emotional issues that ensnare Christians into unhealthy living. Living Waters provides a thoughtful and safe place to look at the ways we have become relationally trapped. Through weekly times of worship, teaching and small group prayer, our program leaders walk with participants in their struggle so they can live in freedom and truth. We pray for God’s healing to restore broken areas of life so that people can “love well” as God intended.


Cost $150 (due at first Session)

Our Living Waters program is 20-weeks long and will meet Monday nights. Each week will consist of worship, teaching, healing prayer and small group interaction.

Registration will be available when dates are announced.. A short 2-page application followed by a phone interview is required to secure your spot.

To contact a program coordinator
Email: christie@bridgeportchurch.org

All correspondence is treated confidentially.

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Living Waters is a closed group for men and women seeking healing in their lives. It is an intensive and unique small group. Ultimately, we learn how to press into Jesus in a profound way, allowing Him to meet our deepest needs and transform us for His Kingdom purposes. Due to the intimate nature of the issues addressed, a commitment to confidentiality by both leaders and participants is required.