It’s sad. Dangerous. Heartbreaking. Depressing & destructive.
A piece of cardboard for a bed in an alley. Only thread-bare clothes on their backs for warmth. The uncertainty of a life in shambles. The anguish of having no work. The remorse of wasted years. That’s what life is like for more than 5,000 men and women in Austin, TX.
In the midst of this suffering and despair, The Bridge of Angels is dedicated to…
· Feeding the hungry
· Healing the hurting
· Serving the homeless
· Loving the unloved
Together, we are making a difference in the lives of those who are in physical and spiritual distress. Our hope is to show you the need…and give you a reason to respond with arms of love. Your generous donation of any amount—large or small—allows us to reach out to people in need by providing them with…
· Nourishing food
· Warm Clothing
· Biblical instruction & counseling
· Help to get off the streets, into jobs and into productive, fulfilling lives
Many of the people we serve feel they’ve come to the end of the line. That’s why we never turn anyone away. But we cannot carry out this work of compassion alone. We need your help!
|Praise and Worship is a very important component. Every Saturday a team of musicians & singers help draw people to the bridge.||An excellent hot meal is prepared & served every Saturday by a team of dedicated mighty servants.Each week we serve between 250 and 400 men, women & children.||Anyone who desires prayer to receive Jesus or needs healing is invited to come forward.Weekly, we see souls won for the Kingdom & many miracles & healings.
PLEASE JOIN US — EVERYONE IS WELCOME
WHERE: Parking lot facility under the bridge at 7th St. and IH35 (right across the street from the Austin City Police Station.
WHEN: Every Saturday
WHAT TIME: 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Men, women & children wait in line for a hot, tasty & nutritious meal. Our ministry not only feeds the physical man, but feeds the spiritual man through testimonies, teaching & prayer.
“For I was hungry, and you fed me. I was thirsty, and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger, and you invited me into your home. I was naked, and you gave me clothing. I was sick, and you cared for me. I was in prison, and you visited me.” Matthew 25:35-36