The Bridge: Online Exhibition

Celebrating 20 years of Bringing Hope

In 2021, The Bridge, our residential additions recovery service, closed — having spent nearly 20 years working to bring hope to those who have none and freedom to those suffering from life-controlling addictions.

The Bridge has been a significant part of our DNA as a church from the beginning, and we felt it was important to mark the closure in celebration of the tremendous good that The Bridge has brought about in our city. It’s also a moment to honour those who have served and the lives of those who have been impacted over the past twenty years.

As part of this celebration, we’ve produced an exhibition detailing the history of The Bridge, with highlights from the key elements of Bridge life, memories of special events, and stories and testimonies from team and residents.

Click the link below to view the exhibition via the Issuu reader.




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Oasis is a community of ordinary people from Birmingham and the surrounding area who are passionate about loving God and loving people

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