In Our Community

Serving the Kingdom in our local community

 

The people of First Presbyterian are very active in serving our local community, whether through our individual or collective actions, as tangible ways to live out our faith.  Serving those in need in our local community allows us to deepen our discipleship, express care for those in need and follow the clear commands of scripture to serve the poor and disenfranchised.  We encourage all who are able within our congregation to join in serving our ministry partners or wherever God may reveal a need.

 

 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN LOCAL MINISTRY PARTNERS

Ministry

Ministry Description

Ministry Web Site

FPC Contact

Big Table

To minister to those in the restaurant and hospitality industry.

www.big-table.com

Kevin Finch

Camp Spalding

To expand and deepen God's kingdom through a Christian camp and conference ministry.

www.campspalding.org

Maxine Lammers

Christ Clinic

Tangibly communicates the love of Christ by providing quality, primary healthcare to thousands of Inland Northwest residents without access to medical care.

www.christclinic.org

Frank Otto

Christ Kitchen

Christ-centered ministry which is nurturing a non-denominational community where women in poverty learn to become Christ-dependent and self-sufficient.

www.christkitchen.org

Jan Martinez

The City Gate

Church and food programs for the people of the inner city.

www.thecitygatespokane.org

Brian Grow

Cup of Cool Water

Ministry to homeless and incarcerated youth in downtown Spokane.

www.cupofcoolwater.org

Harry and Kari Neff

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Focuses on calling and training students to be life-long disciples of Jesus and leaders in the Church and the world. 

www.intervarsity.org

Scott Bockstruck

The Krista Foundation

Provides intergenerational mentoring support for young adult leaders before, during and especially after their time of sustained volunteer service.

www.kristafoundation.org

Jim and Linda Hunt

Liberty Park Child Development Center

LPCDC is an outreach of the Presbytery of the Inland Northwest with the mission of serving children and families in the East Central Spokane community through education, child care and family services.

www.libertyparkkids.org

Jeremy Sanderson

Life Services of Spokane

Life Services is a Christian organization dedicated to providing physical, emotional and spiritual support to those who are currently facing, or have faced an unplanned pregnancy.

www.lifeservices.org

Karla Anderson

Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center is a non-profit, community-based social service agency located in East Central Spokane. The center provides family and children services to one of the most ethnically diverse communities in Spokane County.

www.mlkspokane.org

Brian Grow

Mid City Concerns (Meals on Wheels)

Mid City Concerns provides support to seniors who come to its senior center and to seniors who are too frail to leave their homes. 

www.mowspokane.org

Bob Boyd

Mission Community Outreach Center

Mission Community Outreach Center is an ecumenical Christian organization which provides free clothing, household goods, and infant supplies to low income families and individuals.

www.4mission.org

Christie Jones

Rebuilding Together Spokane

Rebuilding Together Spokane serves low-income homeowners throughout Spokane County who need home repairs that they cannot complete themselves due to physical and financial limitations. 

rebuildingtogetherspokane.org

Curt Shoemaker

Westminster House

This mission project shares the Gospel within the West Central neighborhood.  The Westminster House offers youth programs and services, cooperates with existing ministries, and serves a mission church.

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Nancy Wilkens

Young Life

Young Life is a non-denominational, outreach ministry to middle school and high school students. 

www.younglife.org

Kevin and Kerry Parker

Youth for Christ

Youth for Christ is focused on developing the spiritual, emotional, educational and physical potential of young people, ages 11-19, living in abject poverty in the West Central and Hillyard neighborhoods of Spokane.

www.spokaneyfc.org

Susan Fern

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