“Create a space where students develop a passion and love for Christ and others.” Mark 12:30-31


“Equip students to understand their faith, identity, and purpose in Christ.” Ephesians 2:10





Middle School (6th – 8th grade)
5:30pm – 7:00pm | Gangway Patio
High School (9th – 12th grade)
7:00pm – 9:00pm | Gangway Patio



9:30am Sunday School
11:00am Sunday School

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Eight

After a very full week, our trip has come to an end.  This final day consisted of sleeping in, packing up, eating out, and exploring the town!  We got to visit a little hole in the wall restaurant for brunch. The food was authentic and excellent!  During our final...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Seven

Sunday morning we went to church and got to experience two great messages. The first message was from pastor Zach of Trinity church and was about David and Goliath.  It was encouraging to hear about how God’s deliverance is not dependent on our abilities, or other...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Six

We had breakfast this morning and prepared for the exciting day we had planned. It took us an hour to travel to Las Tinejas. We stopped at a gas station along the road and taught a very kind woman all we knew about EE. She appeared to be homeless and struggling with...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Five

This morning we woke up, ate breakfast, and quickly made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to get ready for the beach! The ride to the beach was about an hour long, but it went by pretty fast because we were practicing our EE, talking, and listening to music along...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Four

In the morning we had team breakfast and drove to the work site for our last day of working on the house. We touched up the house by finishing painting and cleaned up the yard. We also sanded wood to finish a beautiful table that hector was working on. After work we...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Three

We began our morning by meeting at the girls apartment for breakfast and table fellowship. Then we decided we wanted a little taste of home so we went to the Starbucks next door. Next we traveled in our cars to the work site to help build Camilo’s house. Camilo and...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day Two

Today our team was up bright and early at 6am to start the day and head over to our worksite. When the team arrived on site we received an introduction from Hunger Corp, the non profit organization we are working with this week. After being assigned projects, we got...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip | Day One

Our team of 29 left Fort Lauderdale to spend a week in Puerto Rico working alongside our ministry partners in the community of La Hormiga.  Thank you for all the love, support, and prayers to be able to send these students to such a wonderful island.  After arriving...

Puerto Rico Mission Trip

Pray with us! Thank God for the opportunity our students have to work alongside our sister churches in San Juan. Pray that God would use our students to impact the mission community of La Hormiga with His love and grace. Pray that many children will come to Vacation...


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Bryan Vidal met his wife Hannah in 2014 when they were both in high school. They were married in 2019 in Boca Raton. Hannah studied Elementary Education (B.S.) at Florida State University, she currently serves as a Kindergarten teacher at Westminster Academy. Bryan studied Biblical Studies at Liberty University (B.A.), he has served as a Bible teacher for 8th Grade at Westminster Academy. Bryan and Hannah welcomed their firstborn, a boy, Cole, in December. This season has been very sweet for them both. Bryan and Hannah are excited to continue working for Christ and feel blessed to be a part of the Kingdom ministry of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church.

“For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not of your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” -Ephesians 2:8-9