Central Christian Church   
(Disciples of Christ)   Kalispell, MT 
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Comfort, Support, Reaching Out, Sharing, Education, Worship & Spiritual Nurturing 
         Welcome to Kalispell's Central Christian Church!
       Central Christian Church is located in the beautiful state of Montana, 
"The Last Best Place", in the city of
Kalispell, surrounded by beautiful      mountains and lakes which offer a multitude of recreational activities for any season.
Here at Central Christian Church, we care and reach out to one another. The church community provides comfort and support, and pray regularly for others and the needs of the world. We provide opportunities for worship and spiritual nourishment. 
Come Worship with Us!                                                  
Worship Times:   Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.          
248 2nd Ave East
Kalispell, MT  59901                             "We are Disciples of Christ, A  
(406) 755-5265                                       Movement for Wholeness in A 
disciples@kalispellccc.org                  Fragmented World, As Part
                                                                   of The One Body of Christ, We
                                                                  Welcome All to the Lord's
                                                                   Table As God As Welcomed Us."
                                                                         *Disciples of Christ Statement of Identity
For more information about Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), missions, disciples news and some great resources , go to our international website at

Since 1946, Church World Service (CWS), a relief agency of 37 denominations which the Christian Church (Disciples) is an integral part of through our Week of Compassion, has settled more than 800,000 people.  These people are escaping war, civil unrest, oppression and statelessness. Today there are more refugees in the world than at any time since World War II.

            The threat of violence forces parents to send their children away, unaccompanied, in Central and Latin America because for them, sending their children away alone or in the care of strangers is a safer option than staying put.  Week of Compassion helps us to be there for them.

            Fighting rages in Syria, with families fleeing for safety.  Sectarian violence has forced men, women and children from their homes in the Central African Republic on a scale that has not been seen in decades.

            The offering we make to Week of Compassion is steeped in more than just decades of tradition.  It is rooted in Christ's call to welcome the stranger.  The Week of Compassion offering connects our church's resources to others to provide help beyond just emergency food, water and shelter.

            We will make our Week of Compassion Offering February 21-28th.