Browns Bridge Church

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Browns Bridge Church
Browns Bridge Church logo
Coordinates: 34°15′36″N 84°05′13″W / 34.259890°N 84.087035°W / 34.259890; -84.087035
Location Cumming, GA
Country United States
Denomination Non-Denominational, Evangelical Christian
Website brownsbridge.org
History
Former name(s) Browns Bridge Community Church
Founded 2006 (2006)
Founder(s) Andy Stanley
Architecture
Status Active
Architect(s) Niles Bolton Associates

Browns Bridge Church (BBC) is a North Point Ministries church located in Cumming, Georgia. Andy Stanley is the senior pastor of North Point Ministries, and Adam Johnson is Browns Bridge's lead pastor.

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Browns Bridge Church is part of North Point Ministries. North Point Ministries serves as the parent organization of North Point Community Church, Buckhead Church, Woodstock City Church, Gwinnett Church, Decatur City Church, North Point Resources, and several strategic partners. The mission of the church is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. To this end, Browns Bridge strives to accomplish its mission by creating what it calls "irresistible environments."

History[edit]

Browns Bridge Church opened on October 8, 2006. This campus was fully programmed and showed NPCC prerecorded messages with the same technology used at the time by Buckhead Church. Browns Bridge has grown from approximately 1,500 adults on Sunday morning to over 3,500 and from two services to three. And the messages are now all simulcast every Sunday along with all six NPM churches. On occasion, each church will teach local messages that are not seen at the other locations.[1]

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