The Bridge is an outreach ministry of Asbury United Methodist Church, a historic African American Church downtown Washington DC. With a history being a part of the Under Ground Railroad and the Civil Rights Movement, Asbury UMC looks to disciple a new generation of believers who feel led by Christ to transform the world. Learn more about Our History Here.
In the context of a gentrifying neighborhood the predominantly African American Church is compelled to reach out to its new neighbors and of all ethnic backgrounds. All are invited to join for the morning services at 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM in our Sanctuary or for Unity Sunday at 10:00 AM on the first Sunday of every month.
Raimon “Rai” Jackson is a certified candidate for ministry in the Baltimore- Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church who is just beginning the Licensed Local Pastor track at Wesley Theological Seminary.
Raimon is a Spiritual Entrepreneur with a passion for Jesus and people. He is a pioneer in crossing traditional barriers including work in cross denominational, multi-ethnic, multi-economical, and multi-generational arenas. Raimon’s history includes successfully planting, building and growing several youth and young adult focused churches, ministries, teams, movements and a nonprofit. With a professional background and education in music and theatre, he is currently co-C.E.O. to the music production company F.R. productions in conjunction with Phase Recording & Media.
Min. Golden is 2013 graduate of Howard University in Jazz Studies and will graduate from Howard University with a Master of Music Education degree this year. Reginald is also a Pastor’s kid from Ohio and is a public school teacher at Payne Elementary School in Washington, DC. He loves leading worship and is building a new worship band for The Bridge.
You can also view him leading worship at The White House for President Obama Here!