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Colbert Presbyterian Church

4211 E. Colbert Rd.
Colbert, WA 99005

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Welcome to Colbert Presbyterian Church

News & Events 

Looking Ahead

Holy Week
Worship Schedule

Apr 18
Good Friday Service

Apr 20
Easter Sunrise Service

Apr 20
8:15 & 11am
(No Ed. Hour)

Genesis Center Adult Education Hour: 9:35am

Apr 27,
May 4 & 11

Understanding the Holy Spirit, led by Lee & Gwen Shook.

Apr 24
Christ Clinic/Christ Kitchen presents RENEW with JJ Heller: What Love Really Means at the Lincoln Center
Register online
or call 325-0393 ext 320

Apr 27
(at The Lair)
You're invited to join other in raising funds to fight hunger in Spokane and worldwide!  Registration starts at Noon and the Walk starts at 1/30. For information on how to donate and/or participate by walking, contact Randy Goss: or 468-4099

Coming This Summer
Attend the Whitworth Institute of Ministry this Summer!  For information
 click here

Additional Sunday Morning Adult Ed Offerings

Weekly Adult Education Opportunities

Meet Our Church Family - Congregational Meeting Presentation

Please take our
Time and Talent Questionnaire


Worship Service Schedule

Worship at 8:15 and 11:00am,
Education Hour for all ages at 9:35am

Hearing Loop

A children's activity time is provided for ages 3 through kindergarten during worship.

Nursery care (6 weeks - 36 months)
provided all morning.

Come Prepared to Hear the Word of God, this coming Sunday, April 20th by reading and meditating this week on
Revelation 1:8-18


Adult Community Hour:
Christian Education Opportunities

Coffee and Conversation: starting right inside the door of the church at 9:45, Coffee and Conversation is a doorway to fellowship and connection. Newcomers feel welcome and longtime participants can share and dialogue in this conversational setting. Join us at the table between the door and the coffee window, and enter into fellowship. Meets in: The Narthex Coordinators: Berge and Julie Borrevik

The Book Club: In a conversation setting this is an opportunity for reflection on current themes and issues in the Christian life, especially as reflected in literature. Focusing on both fiction and non-fiction books that touch on Christian themes, participants are able to grow in Christian maturity through reading and conversation with others. The conversations are often wide-ranging--you don't have to have done the reading to join in!   Meets in: Room 6 in the Education Wing at 9:30  Book Discussion Group--"Letters from the Land of Cancer" by Walter Wangerin, Jr.   Janet Hauck and Elizabeth Brink facilitators.  . 

In the Library at 9:30:  Bible Study --The Gospel of John, led by Doug & Kirsten Sabata  

The Genesis Center Class at 9:35: weekly presentations that balance 1) strong theological and Biblical teaching, 2) presentations by members of the congregation on living out their faith, and 3) messages from organizations that serve our community, to learn what God is doing and how we can participate.  See column on right for upcoming schedule.

Sunlight and Shadows in the Genesis Center

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Pastor Eric

On behalf of this beloved community known as Colbert Presbyterian Church, I am pleased to welcome you here to our website, and I look forward to welcoming you in person very soon.  Here are some things you might expect to see or experience if you come in for a closer look:

Our is congregation made up of a rather diverse collection of people who find our commonality and unity in our identity as children of God.  About 350 people call this their church home.  We range in age from 9 weeks to 93 years, and celebrate activities of an intergenerational nature. 



  • We take our faith in the Triune God seriously, but we are not very churchy, stiff or formal.
  • We believe in the authority and inspiration of the scriptures, but we are not rigid in our interpretations, allowing for differing views and convictions on non-essential matters of faith.
  • We are a motley mixture of saints and sinners, at different places on our faith journey, but all seeking to be followers of Jesus.
  • We enjoy vibrant worship, including good music, rich liturgy, and faithful preaching.
  • We maintain traditions without being traditionalists, and we seek to be contemporary without being trendy.
  • We value relationships that are real, honest and authentic (which leaves a lot of room for imperfections and failures).
  • We are a praying church, and we believe that God is working through our prayers.
  • We are a church in mission, and we believe that God is working through our hands and feet.
  • We have joined twelve other churches in the community to form the New Hope Resource Center which provides various forms of aid to people in need, and we are pleased to host the Center on our campus.
  • We are committed to honoring the image of God in all people regardless of faith history, criminal record, knowledge of the Bible, addictions, sexual orientation, political views, taste in music, BMI, marital status, or economic condition.
  • We hope that you will take the next step in considering being a part of this joyful faith community by worshipping with us next Sunday.

Our Core Values

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