New Missions Opportunities In The Northwest!
In October, the staff men representing the Northwest family of churches met in Pullman, Washington for our fall meeting. Why Pullman? It is one of the three cities we are planning to plant a church at in 2015! We prayed, planned and dreamed for the future of these cities, and are asking God to move powerfully as we help Him bring lost souls to salvation. We invite you to join us! The cities and staff contacts are listed below. To God be the glory!
Pullman, Washington is located on the east side of the state, an hour and a half south of Spokane. It is a vibrant community of 32,000 people, ranked as the 5th fastest growing town in Washington. Pullman is a community with small town comforts and cosmopolitan amenities, home to an emerging high-tech market. It is also home to Washington State University, a PAC-12 school with nearly 28,000 people, making this a true college mission planting. Just 15 minutes down the road from Pullman is Moscow, Idaho, a town of 25,000 people and the prestigious University of Idaho, with 12,000 students. If you would like more information about the Pullman planting, please contact Daren Overstreet at 253-232-0224, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eugene, Oregon is located in the heart of the state. Eugene is home to the University of Oregon, a school with 24,000 people, and is one of the most influential cities in the state. The unique combination of intellectual heft, spirited community, and down-to-earth realism make it an important city for our fellowship to have a church. If you would like more information about the Eugene planting, please contact Kelly Boyd at 951-234-4785, or email@example.com.
Fairbanks, Alaska is just 198 miles from the Arctic Circle and is truly unique city that combines warm, sun-soaked summers, real Alaskan winters, a modern city feel with a small town attitude, and a culture of strong independence and adventure. As Alaska’s third largest city, Fairbanks hosts approximately 32,324 residents. It is home to the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the state’s oldest university, known for its nationally-acclaimed engineering programs. In addition, it boasts the annual World Ice Art Championships as well as some of the best viewing of the aurora borealis that the world has to offer. If you would like more information about the Fairbanks planting, please contact Ray Nadon at 907-350-8702, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please pray for God’s work in the Great Northwest!