There are many ways to get connected at OCF! We are happy you are here!
Why Small Groups? Because this is where real life happens. It is where we connect with God, each other and our community. It is how we learn to be more like Him. It is where we serve each other, our community and our world. New small groups coming at the beginning of 2021. Stay tuned!
Fuel is no longer meeting at this time due to state guidelines- Please keep checking back for updates. Thank you.
The Klothes Kloset serves our Spokane Valley community with donated food, clothing, household items and small appliances. Donations may be dropped off at the church office during regular office hours (8:30am-3:30pm Monday-Thursday, but please call to verify before making a special trip). The Klothes Kloset is open on Wednesdays and Thursdays 10:00am-2:00pm.
The Klothes Kloset and church offices are located behind the church on 12321 East 14th Avenue. Since we have very limited storage facilities, please do not leave any large furniture or mattresses, old TVs, computers, or large appliances without prior approval. We do not give away used baby cribs or car seats. Thank you!
For more information on the Klothes Kloset's services or to volunteer, please contact the Church Office at 926.2673.
KLOTHES KLOSET REPORT: Thank You for Your Generous Donations! It takes more than $200 a week to keep the shelves stocked, but our donations have been down. Please pray about supporting the Klothes Kloset. We served 101 families (384 individuals) during the month of February.
We always need clothing of all sizes, linens and small household items. Thank you! Food Items Always Needed: Pork & Beans, Chili, Canned Red or White Beans, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Tuna Fish, Mac & Cheese, Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Soup and Soda Crackers, Plastic/Paper Bags (All Sizes).
THERE ARE ALWAYS OPPORTUNITIES FOR GETTING INVOLVED!
Makarios is dedicated to cultivating a cycle of hope and opportunity and breaking the cycle of poverty in the Dominican Republic through Christ-centered education, community programs, and relationships that empower.
For over 70 years, World Relief has partnered with churches, communities, and governments to bring sustainable change to vulnerable communities around the world.
There are more than 4 billion people in Asia today, the vast majority adhering to Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, or some form of animism or ancestor worship. All reach out beyond themselves for something more. We can give them Jesus.
The Set Free Movement seeks to create new futures and end modern slavery through community-based action in partnership with others.
5. Phil & Debbie Gilmore,
new visa missionaries to Spain
6. Roger & Ellen Haskins,
new visa missionaries to Asia
WORSHIP TEAM: Contact Sydney Frogge (509-863-2476).
MEDIA TEAM: Contact Sydney Frogge (509-863-2476).
GREETERS TEAM: Contact Haleigh Kriegbaum (509-926-2673).
COMMUNION TEAM: Contact Chris and Lexie Fisher (509-926-2673).
COFFEE TEAM: Contact Patty Wheeler (509-926-2673).
REFRESHMENTS TEAM: Contact Patty Wheeler (509-926-2673).
USHERS TEAM: Contact Sydney Frogge (509-863-2476).
SAFETY TEAM: Contact Rob Leach (509-280-5357).
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEAM: Contact Steve Morgan (509-926-2673).
NURSERY TEAM: Contact Steve Morgan (509-926-2673).
At Next Step ELC we provide a loving, Christ-centered environment where we focus on the social, cognitive, creative and physical development of each child. Our desire is to nurture independent thinkers with a curiosity for knowledge, who develop a life-long love of learning in preparation for success in kindergarten and beyond.