October 2nd 2016 was a day of celebrating God's goodness! The new facility at 1008 20th St W was officially opened. The hall was filled with excitement, joy and awe to see the bright, spacious and beautiful building. Through God's provision and through so many generous donors, the Bridge is able to serve the community, visitors, friends and neighbours.
Each year we have two Christmas celebrations for our community.
In December 2016 we served a hot turkey lunch with all the trimmings!! As well, we were able to give gifts to over 200 individuals! We pray that the love they experienced here will draw them closer to God throughout this year! Thank you to so many of our Bridge partners and donors who provided the lovely gifts!
Christmas events are a great opportunity for individuals, families, small groups, and churches to serve together, bringing an expression of Christ's extravagant love while celebrating the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ and God’s salvation.
Ride for Refuge (RIDE) was a really fun and great way to actively kick off the Fall! Participants came with their families or with groups of friends, all for a great cause in this fundraising event! On October 1st, 2016, particiapants walked 5k, and riders went on 10, 25 and 50 km options. All routes are fully paved. We loved seeing both familiar and new faces coming out and making a difference in Saskatoon. See you all again this Fall!
Register to Ride or Volunteer HERE
We are always looking for new team captains, and more participants and volunteers to be a part of this fun fall event! Registering is so easy and you can do that, as well as find out more information about our upcoming RIDE as early as June of 2016 at www.rideforrefuge.org
Fun Fact: Raise a minimum of $150 and get a long-sleeve RIDE shirt on the day of the event – perfect timing for the impending snow!
RIDE is put on by Bluesea Philanthropy in cities across Canada to raise awareness and funds for ministries and organizations that work with vulnerable, displaced and exploited persons.
hope for the homeless 2015
Calling all people, of all ages and all backgrounds to come and walk with us in Saskatoon’s Coldest Night of the Year!
The Bridge is happy to partner with The Lighthouse Supported Living Inc. to host CNOY on the 3rd Saturday of every February! It is a wonderful opportunity to get your friends and family together for a fun time full of laughter, toques, mittens and a hot meal, while actively making a difference in an issue that seriously affects so many individuals in Saskatoon.
We are always looking for new team captains, more walkers and volunteers to be a part of this wonderful winter event. Registering is so easy and you can do that, as well as find out more information about our upcoming walk at www.coldestnightoftheyear.org
CNOY is put on by Bluesea Philanthropy in cities across Canada to raise awareness and funds for ministries and organizations that are combating homelessness and the effects of homelessness in their communities.