Fourth Memorial Church © 2015

Giving Forth Truth to the Next Generation 

Fourth Memorial Church

2000 N Standard St.  |  Spokane, WA 99207  |  (509)-487-2786

  ©2017 Fourth Memorial Church

Sunday Service Times


1st Service | 9:00am

2nd Service | 10:30am

Office Hours


Monday | 9am-4pm

Tuesday | 9am-4pm

Wednesday | 9am-4pm

Thursday | 9am-4pm

Our Purpose

“….for I know that this will turn out for my deliverance through your prayers and the provision of the Spirit of Jesus Christ, according to my earnest expectation and hope, that I will not be put to shame in anything, but that with all boldness, Christ will even now, as always, be exalted in my body, whether by life or by death."  Essentially this means to make much of Jesus Christ!

The Lord has given us a clear purpose in Philippians 1:19-21.

The College and Career group’s aim is:

·        To foster a yearning to “make much of Christ”

·        To raise up a godly, prepared generation of future church and family leaders

·        To stimulate a love for the local church and an understanding of community

·        To cultivate the responsibility of both the local and global mission

If you have never been married and are 18-23 years of age, please join us for a time of renewing and refreshing.

Tuesday Evenings

6:00pm –6:30 Fellowship

6:45pm – Worship

7:15pm – Teaching

Join us during spring or summer break for our adventure trips, as a way to build relationships and get to know one another. Whether, it is hiking in Glacier National Park or sightseeing in Leavenworth, we are sure to enjoy a great time.


If you are a college student at one of Spokane’s many institutions of higher education or a career minded individual we invite you to join us!



For more information about College ministry:

Contact: Scott Liddell, our executive Pastor by  - Clicking here.


© 2017 Fourth Memorial Church

College ministry

You may have heard it said, “If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” Many single young adults are living without direction and purpose (aiming at nothing) and are sure to accomplish that end (nothing).