Kalispell, Montana

church's hISTORY

Central Christian Church is 109 years old. It was founded to bring people into relationship with Jesus Christ, to help them grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ, to work for the unity of all Christians and to engage in the common task of building the Kingdom of God.

        Today, the church still stands on the corner of 2nd Ave East and 3rd Street with the congregation still heavily involved in community events such as Ray of Hope (Freda's Feast), and United Way's Neighbors-in-Need. 

Central Christian Church is happy to host Feeding the Flathead nine nights a month. Feeding the Flathead is an organization of churches that provides meals for the working poor and the homeless. Feeding the Flathead is at Central Christian Church on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays the first three weeks of the month and the last Sunday of the month.
     Hope City is the new name for Cross Fire Church. Debbie and Dennis McPherson are still the pastors. They are now meeting in our basement on Sundays at 1:00p.m. in Fellowship Hall after their worship they have a luncheon. On Thursdays they have Bible Study in our conference room.

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Shine in the love of God's grace, every day.

        EVANGELISM:  The history of Central Christian Church shows a passion for reaching others for Christ and for starting new churches. New people are invited to participate in the life of the church and visit the worship service.