Life Groups


If the depths of relationships and our commitment to one another are so important to God, then small groups must also be important as it is only in small groups that close relationships can develop. During the first two centuries of the Christian era church buildings did not exist, so it was necessary that people met in their homes.

Small groups of 5 - 12 people meet at a variety of times throughout the month (some weekly, some bi-weekly) for Bible study, fellowship, sharing joys and concerns and praying for each other. These gatherings offer support, nurture our growth in discipleship, and foster Christian community.

For contact numbers check with the office: 509 758-3381 or E-mail Us

    Adult Bible Study Thursdays 10:30 - 11:30 (except on 2nd Thurdays) Study of the Book of Acts Narthex Bob Harder
    2nd Thursdays AdultFellowship 10:00 a.m. Variable - check bulletin or Click here and look in Upcoming Events Hendrick Hall Bondell Phillips
    Womens Fellowship 2nd and 4th Tuesday Announced in bulletin and Upcoming Events Click here Variable Pat Paasch
    Small Group Bible Study for Women 9:00 a.m. to 10 a.m. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Reading Generous Justice by Timothy Keller Room 206 Janis Wallis/Lois Devereaux
    Mens Bible Study 6:30 a.m. Every Thursday Library Lloyd Wallis
    "Fourth Day' 6:30am Tuesday Open to women who have attended a 'Walk to Emmaus'or 'Walk with Christ' weekend Library Lori Loseth

Sunday School Classes

New Small Groups

Small groups are limited in number and usually meet in homes. New small groups will be formed as people express an interest. Some groups are comprised of those in the same "age and stage" in life and gender (such as mothers with young children or retired men) or a mix of ages.

Contact Us
If you are interested in joining or leading a small group, please call us at: 509 758-3381 or send an E-mail Us.

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