Bridgeway Christian Center

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Our story

Meet the Torberts

Marcus, Shalicia, Shelton, Etta, Yvette and Shelton Jr.

Pastors Shelton and  Yvette Torbert have served in ministry together for more than 35 years. They teach discipleship and have established and pastored two churches, respectively in El Paso, TX and Aberdeen, MD. They are military veterans and honor those that have served. Collectively they hold several degrees in fields covering, Elementary Education, History, Pastoral Studies and Management and Leadership. They value their immediate and extended family. They have three adult children, Marcus, Shalicia and Shelton Jr. 

Shalicia, Marcus and Shelton Torbert Jr.

Pastors Shelton and  Yvette Torbert have served in ministry together for more than 33 years. They teach discipleship and have established and pastored two churches, respectively in El Paso, TX and Aberdeen, MD. They are military veterans and honor those that have served. Collectively they hold several degrees in fields covering, Elementary Education, History, Pastoral Studies and Management and Leadership. They value their immediate and extended family. They have three adult children, Marcus, Shalicia and Shelton Jr. 

Marcus, Shalicia, Shelton, Etta, Yvette and Shelton Jr.

Shalicia, Marcus and Shelton Torbert Jr.

Bridgeway Christian Center

Why Madison City

Bridgeway Christian Center has a unique position being centered in the midst of a city with a rich history dating back to 1869 to the present population diversified with people from all over the world. We believe that the concept of serving ‘All Nations’ is right here in our city. We pray that we will be able to integrate and collaborate with the ministries already positively serving the community to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ and to create disciples willing to reciprocate by duplicating those efforts with others. It is our intent to create an environment that not only serves the spiritual needs of the community, but meets the natural needs. The prevailing issues among every community post-COVID continue to revolve around unprecedented challenges to include, economic disparities within our area. overall reductions in typical household incomes, drug abuse, random violence and lack of resources for those in need covering other areas.  

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