Our Staff
Senior Pastor: Matt Windley

Matt Windley is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (B.A. degree) and a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div degree). Matt also serves on the Board of Directors for Open Arms Worldwide, a non-profit Christian organization reaching out to children and youth who live in under-served or forgotten communities around the world. He and his wife Cheri have four children: Ethan, Caleb, Emma Kate, and Luciana. Their family loves to get out and play at the local parks and you'll often hear them cheering for the Carolina Panthers or North Carolina Tar Heels.
Pastor: Tim Walters

Although Tim and his family officially joined The Bridge in January 2007, they have been a part of our church since its beginning. Tim and his wife, Anna, have three children Ty, Ben and Paige.  Tim works full time as a REALTOR in the Triangle and his wife Anna teaches 6th grade Math and Science at Grace Christian School. At The Bridge Tim oversees the church's missions work in The Netherlands and Brazil, and the youth ministry. Originally from Charlotte, Tim has served in various churches and ministries for the last 15+ years.  Tim received his undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University and his M.Div from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 
Worship Leader: Peter Chan

Peter and his family moved to Morrisville, North Carolina in July 2013. Their desire to find a gospel-centered church led them to the Bridge, where he and his wife, Dara, along with their son, Brady, are excited to serve God and the community.  His musical journey began when he reluctantly started classical piano lessons as a young child. Now, he’s been a worship leader for several churches over the span of 15 years and plays bass in the rock band Forget the Girl.  Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Peter is a New Englander at heart. He loves lobster, the New England Patriots, clam chowder, the Boston Red Sox, cold winters, the Boston Celtics, big cities, the Boston Bruins, and real Chinese food. But above all else, he loves Jesus and is excited to see God at work at the Bridge and in Morrisville.