Seminole Campus Information



  • God has blessed us with the ability to secure a permanent campus in Seminole, and as of Dec 29, 2020 BridgePoint now owns the Chapel on the Hill facility on Park Boulevard in Seminole, a nearly 5-acre property with more than 30K square feet of multi-use gathering and office space. There are many possibilities for ministry at this location, even beyond Sundays.
  • We are now in the process of identifying and scheduling work to the building that will need to be done before weekly worship services can begin. We will keep you posted here.
  • In the meantime, a group meets at the campus on Wednesday nights at 7pm for prayer. If you have questions, contact Scott Davis:

Latest News/Information

  • 12/13/2020: BridgePoint Church Membership unanimously voted to purchase Chapel on the Hill property for Seminole Campus. Property inspection has occurred and no major or unexpected issues were reported.
  • 11/16/2020: BP Elders set date of 12/13/2020 for Annual Members Meeting to vote on acquisition of property. Communication to members will be sent soon.
  • 11/9/2020: Chapel on the Hill leadership vote to approve sale price of $1.7M to BridgePoint Church, which is $800K below appraised value for the property.
  • 11/8/2020: Seminole Campus gathered at Chapel on the Hill to preview the building and hear the latest information about the potential location.
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Total Pledged: $120,306.80


Total Given: $1,854,879.19

Amount Still Needed

**These numbers are updated daily Monday-Friday
Last updated: 12/22/2020, 10:16am


Can I still give to this effort?

Yes, we are still accepting donations and will put those funds towards building improvements or other expenses related to opening the campus for weekly worship services. Click here to make a pledge, and click here to make an online gift.

Are we hiring a new Seminole Campus Pastor?

  • Yes. We are grateful to Scotty Rogers for his significant contributions and sacrificial leadership to our Seminole Campus. We are actively looking for God’s best in the Seminole Campus’ next Pastor.

What are the two non-essential real estate assets being sold and how does that impact the church’s debt situation?

  • Please see this email from the Elders from 9/28/2020 that outlined our plan for Debt Reduction.

What is the condition of the facility, are there any concerns?

  • The property was professionally inspected and there were no major issues or concerns. If you have specific questions, please contact Scott Clendening, the commercial real estate agent representing BridgePoint.

What is a pledge?

  • A pledge is the opportunity to commit an amount of faithful financial support over a period of time. We want to recognize that some folks feel called to respond financially, but need time to fulfill that calling. Pledges are that mechanism. You can make a pledge HERE.

I have other questions not answered here.

  • We'd love to chat with you, follow this link, and submit the form and a member of our Directional Leadership Team will be in contact with you.