We invite you to join us for worship on Sundays at 10:15 am, in person or digitally through our Facebook page.
130 years ago, a group of Swedish immigrants planted this church. Over the generations, the congregation has recommitted to being a community at the corner of Walnut and Broadway in the West Central neighborhood of Spokane, Washington. We are two blocks north of the Spokane River, and two blocks west of the courthouse. As the neighborhood continues to change, we remain dedicated to living out our faith together with our neighbors of all kinds.
At worship, we gather around stories, songs, and signs of God’s grace in water, bread, and wine. God loves the whole world and all its creatures. God became human in Jesus and faced crucifixion and death for loving so-called unlovable people. God’s Holy Spirit has called us here, to this corner, to continue that work of radical love. Here we taste, see, hear, and sing this love of God so that we can seek and live it out all our days.
We are rooted in the Lutheran way of following Christ and yet broadly ecumenical.
Secure in the grace God offers to all, we seek and celebrate God’s presence for the life of the world, beginning in West Central Spokane.
Pastor: Liv Larson Andrews (she/her/hers)
Office administrator: Noreen Duffy (they/them/theirs)
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