Bridgewater Presbyterian Church

110 E College St

Bridgewater, VA 22812                                                                                                                                                         contact@bridgewaterpc.com

(540) 828-2442

Pastor - Rev. Kerry Foster

Rev. Kerry Foster is a second-career pastor.  His previous vocation was in building and hardware sales.  In 2001, Kerry graduated seminary earning a M-DIV from Union Presbyterian Seminary.  “Kerry,” as he prefers to be called, has served two churches in the Shenandoah Valley, first Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church in Steeles Tavern, Virginia, and here at Bridgewater Presbyterian.  He is married and has two adult children.  For Kerry, the worship hour is of course his favorite hour of the week, and he believes that here at Bridgewater people will find a meaningful worship, a heartfelt exploration of God’s Word, great music, and a very warm, friendly and inviting congregation.  He will be the first to credit the work of the Spirit and the congregation in making this so! 

Music Director - Lacey Johnson

Mrs. Lacey Johnson earned a B.A. from Bridgewater College and a M.M. from James Madison University. Since graduation from JMU, Lacey has held various teaching and accompanying positions at Bridgewater College, Mary Baldwin College, Eastern Mennonite University, JMU, and other organizations in the community. In addition, for the last six years she has been the music director at Bridgewater Presbyterian Church.

Secretary/Custodian - Sally Smith

Sally Smith has been the Secretary of Bridgewater Presbyterian Church since February of 1987 and Custodian since 1996.  She lives with her husband, Jeffrey, in the Union Springs area of Rockingham County and they have two grown daughters. While she spends weekday mornings at BPC, she worships at Dayton United Methodist Church.  Sally says, “I am very blessed to have worked at BPC for so many years.  It is my pleasure to help facilitate the missions and ministries of this loving congregation.  I feel like I have two church families.”   She enjoys reading and fishing/camping at Smith Mountain Lake.