Jesus’s life, death, and resurrection restores the three relationships in which we all experience brokenness: our relationship with God, our relationship with others, and our relationship with ourselves. The good news of Jesus Christ is that he is restoring them all, and we experience this restoration as we draw closer to him.


Through faith in Christ, we are fully restored in our relationship with God.
There is no guilt or shame. There is no earning. There is no striving or fear. There is only love. At Bright City, we want you to step into the fullness of life with God, and to invite others into that life as well.


In addition to restoring us to Himself, God is also restoring our relationship with one
another: our families, our friendships, our communities, our cities, our culture, and our world. In every place where a fracture can be found—whether it is greed, injustice, racism, violence, or broken homes—God is making all things new. As a church, we want to be a taste of that relational restoration.


The brokenness of the world runs straight through our identities. We experience this pain in the form of shame, guilt, despair, anger, insecurity, mental health, and deep emotional wounds. Thankfully, the gospel of Jesus Christ heals us and restores us to our created purpose. At Bright City, we want to walk alongside you in God’s healing, and to help you step into His plan for your life.