Each Sunday, time is devoted to studying God's word in community. These small groups meet throughout the building on campus - hence the term, "campus groups." There are a number of different topics and books of the Bible covered in these groups that supplement the preached word in Sunday services and allow for authentic relationships to take place through communal study and discussion. It is our hope that each attender of Fourth Memorial Church would connect with and be active in a campus group of their choosing.
There are many different campus groups during the campus group hour. It is our desire that each individual would attend a campus group of their choosing after the main worship service and find community within their chosen campus group.
Fourth offers many different groups which meet throughout the city of Spokane. Various families of Fourth have opened their homes - hence the term, "home groups," for the purpose of studying God's word and fostering biblical community. Given that home groups take place in private residences, we do not make public the times and locations of their meetings. Upon visiting Fourth, please visit the welcome center for more information concerning your potential involvement in home groups.
For more information about either campus groups or home groups, please contact our Associate Pastor, Jonah Lanclos at email@example.com.
Come hear from dynamic leaders as they teach on a topic in the Bible and share about practical issues in today’s culture. Men meet on the second Saturday morning of each month at 8 a.m.
Women’s Ministry at Fourth Church exists to help women cultivate their walk with the Lord, to equip them in serving others, and to encourage them in becoming the women that God desires for their individual roles in their families, ministries, and work places.
Each week ladies of Fourth meet together to study God's word in community. For more information about these bible studies, please contact our Women’s Ministry Director, Melissa Iverson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. For his sake, I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish, in order that I may gain Christ.” Philippians 3:8
Our College ministry strives to make much of Jesus Christ! Our vision is to encourage the transformation of college students and young professionals into the likeness of Jesus Christ through the Word of God and community grounded in the local church. We want to equip future family and church leaders. We desire to:
If you are an unmarried, 18 to 25 year-old individual, please join us on Sunday Morning during the campus group hour. Our college group serves students from Gonzaga, Whitworth, MBI-Spokane, WSU, EWU, the Community Colleges of Spokane, and working professionals.
Join us during one of our trips throughout the year. From our annual trip to Glacier National Park to sightseeing in nearby Leavenworth, take a break from the business of life and spend time intentionally connecting with one another.
For more information about our College Ministry please contact our Executive Pastor, Scott Liddell at email@example.com.
It is the desire of the YAH ministry to provide prayer, encouragement and mentorship to the next generation through fellowship together as the senior population of the church.
The first Thursday of every month our seniors have a Young at Heart luncheon intended for those who are 60+ in age. This luncheon includes a delicious meal, a special musical performance, a bit of humor, and a speaker from a local Spokane ministry. This luncheon takes place from 12:00-2:00 p.m.
The focus of our music at Fourth Church is to exalt the Lord and glorify His name through our songs. The music is a blend of timeless hymns and contemporary choruses, selected to help direct our praise and worship to God. True worship not only glorifies God but also encourages our personal relationship with God and our fellowship with other believers. Typically, at Fourth we sing three or four songs in preparation for the preached Word. Occasionally, singing may follow the sermon.
To listen to the music that we are singing each month at Fourth, follow our playlist on Spotify.
The worship team is a group of musicians with specialized abilities that help lead singing every week. This rotating group requires an invitation and audition to join.
This group of volunteers is responsible for overseeing the audio needs. Team members rehearse along with the worship team each week. An interview and training is required.
These volunteers run our computers that control our graphics and video. They are also responsible for lighting and cameras. An interview and training is required.