Intersect makes serving in the community simple for attendees of Browns Bridge Church. We aim to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through serving others. To serve, we move beyond our building into the community to care for our neighbors in need. The Intersect Team plans strategic events and campaigns that mobilize our attendees to serve with great nonprofit partners.
Anyone! We’d love to help you take a first step toward serving, whether you’re serving with your small group, your family, or individually.
To connect people to service opportunities, Browns Bridge Church has formed ongoing relationships with nonprofits around our community. Let us introduce you to them:
Abba House is a 15-month residential ministry for women with emotional wounding caused by life-controlling issues, such as drug addiction and depression. It is a place where women receive God's love, forgiveness, and peace. The women at Abba House bring their children with them to receive rehabilitation for the entire family.
Forsyth County Schools serves over 46,000 students and is the largest employer in the county with over 4,600 employees. Forsyth County Schools is the seventh largest school system in Georgia and is home to 35 schools.
Since 1975, The Place—a nonprofit social service organization—has served Forsyth County families experiencing difficult times with basic emergency needs. Their programs include providing food, direct emergency assistance, elderly assistance, and activities for children, as well as operating a thrift store.
Three Dimensional (3D) Life is an adventure-based recovery model designed to help those bound in destructive behaviors discover God's path to a healthy body, soul, and spirit. They offer a voluntary residential program for youth ages 14–20 that serves the entire family through a young person’s recovery from addiction and destructive behavior. Three Dimensional Life combines long-term, Christ-centered treatment with outdoor adventure.