Partner Care

 

Defending the Cause Regional Alliance

Defending the Cause exists to unite ministries, agencies, and non-profit organizations in the Greater Sacramento Region and mobilize the church to protect kids and strengthen families. DTCRAl utilizes regional experts and best practices as they empower people to engage through Prevention, Intervention, and Support. For more information visit www.defendingthecause.org

 

Koinonia Family Services

is a non-profit public service organization offering Foster Care, Adoption, Day Treatment, and Residential Group Homes for adolescents. Koinonia has been an important partner to our fatherless ministry and also supported by the pastors and staff at Bridgeway. Koinonia works diligently to serve as the voice of and information source for our families, children, staff and counties. Bridgeway partners through financial sponsorship, events and ministry collaboration. For more information visit www.kfh.org.

 

William Jessup University

WJU seeks to train Christians who serve in their churches and make a Kingdom impact. Bridgeway supports student scholarships and grants so that students with financial need or demonstrated achievement are assisted in their academic pursuits. Students who are members of Bridgeway Christian Church are eligible for partner grants when attending William Jessup University. For more information visit www.jessup.edu

 

City Pastors Fellowship-Impact Church

Bridgeway partners with the leadership of Impact church for the purpose of regional care throughout the Sacramento region. Don Proctor spearheads the most significant unity movement of Christian leaders in the Sacramento region’s history This has provided a powerful vehicle for prayer, encouragement and greater unity among the Christian leaders in the region. Bridgeway believes in sowing into the Greater body of Christ as part of our outreach. For more info visit www.citypastors.net

 

Sacramento Memorial Garden

Sacramento Memorial Garden of Sacramento, California is here to provide a peaceful, quiet, natural and conducive environment for meditation, reflection and prayer for those remembering their unborn children. The garden is designed to provide privacy and a safe place for those visiting to grieve and find peace after their loss due to miscarriage or abortion. The garden offers a place of solace for memorial services and for placing permanent physical markers to remember the unborn loved ones. 
Sacramento Memorial Garden is open to the general public and people of all faiths and beliefs will feel welcome. Although many religious organizations partner with the garden and provide support, it will never be used as a means for political or religious gain. 
Your donation will be used for the completion of the garden and to help those in financial need to help pay for the engraving of their unborn childs name/information on the granite wall. 
Please go to www.sacunbornmemorial.org to learn more about the Sacramento Memorial Garden. 
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