Serve in the World

BridgePoint's Global Impact team partners with domestic and international organizations to send teams of people from our church to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of those around our world. 

For additional information, please contact Melanie Benner ( ).

Strategic Partner Organizations

Sozo Children | Sozo means "to save." Therefore he is able to completely save those who come to God through him, because he always lives to intercede for them. Hebrews 7:25 The Mission of Sozo Children is to glorify God by interceding on Christ’ behalf to save children in need, build community, and connect individuals to all experience the love of Jesus Christ." Currently, Sozo houses and cares for 120+ children in Uganda.

 A House on Beekman | A House on Beekman provides a seamless series of programs from birth to adulthood that empowers those living in South Bronx, NY to create long-term change by breaking the cycles of poverty through relationships.This organization works to equip caregivers to take ownership of their children's education and development, walking alongside them in growth and learning from the earliest stages of life. Licensed teachers and specialists foster advancement through times of change and development while providing holistic support within families. 

L'Arcada Camps | L’Arcada is a Christian foundation in favor of the family. Their goal is to use recreational education to form solid families that will contribute positively to society. Through Biblical values and principals, L’Arcada mentors and disciples young leaders to reach their fullest potential. Offering camps, special events, educational opportunities, and conferences, L'Arcada pours into the lives of young people to champion a full, healthy life.

SuNica | SuNica is committed to making disciples of Jesus through clean water, education, and mentorship in Nicaragua. They currently disciple hundreds of children in three different communities, teaching and demonstrating the transformative power of the gospel. In addition to their mentorship programs, SuNica has completed two sustainable water projects and is working on completing the third. To do this, they walk alongside the citizens to work together to create a community-managed water system.