Check Us Out
What we believe. And other important or not-so-important matters.
Get to Know Us
Don't just read about us. We invite you to taste and see!
Three Sundays a month we have a parish fellowship meal downstairs at the church following the worship service. We would love for you to join us. At the end of the meal we have a brief (15 min. or less) household meeting where we communicate important matters to the congregation. Dessert follows!
Worship is warfare. This is the center of our life together. Everything flows from here. Join together with us as we not only engage in the chief work of God’s people but, even more, expect the work of God among His people making us potent, as per His promises.
Christ Church has a number of parish communities which operate on ten week terms and meet durning the week. Speak to one of the elders about joining a small group where we encourage and strengthen one another as we seek to put our faith into practice.
Jots and Scribbles
Where we blog some of our thoughts.
In the weightlessness of space some things, like jumping, are easy. But life as a whole becomes hard. To steal from Elizabeth Elliot: “In space, astronauts experience the misery of having no reference point, no force that draws them toward the center. The effort of performing ordinary activities without the help of that pull if often […]
The Lord’s Supper is a time to remember the Lord’s sacrificial death on our behalf, certainly. But it is far more. It is one of the ways that God imparts grace to us, strengthens our faith, and grows us up into Christ. This doesn’t happen automatically, as a result of swallowing food. It comes as […]
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is For brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the dew of Hermon, Descending upon the mountains of Zion; For there the LORD commanded the blessing– Life forevermore.
(From Psalm 133)
...that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus. (Col. 1:28)
Kenton is a pastor at Christ Church. He had the privilege of studying under J.I. Packer at Regent College in Vancouver. Originally born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, he immigrated to the United States in 2005, and came to Spokane in 2013. He is married to his wife, Sheryl, of 30 years and has two faithful grown children.Kenton Spratt
Andre Fowlkes is an elder at Christ Church. He has lived abroad in Japan and Germany for the last 10 years as a member of the U.S. Air Force, but Virginia is where he calls home. He and his beautiful wife A’nia are blessed with 9 children, ranging from ages 19 to 1. Currently they are stationed in and enjoying their time in the Spokane area.Andre Fowlkes
Stuart Bryan serves as a pro-tem elder at Christ Church. His full-time work is the pastor of Trinity Church in Coeur d’Alene where he has served since 2007 (Trinity church was originally a plant from this church). He earned his M.A. in Theological and Historical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.Stuart Bryan