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2015 Souper Bowl of Caring

Join the congregation on Sunday, February 1st at 12 in the Fellowship Hall for a silent auction, youth auction, and chili cook-off. All proceeds go to the Tri-Cities Food Bank. Donations of auction items or chili are much appreciated — contact the church office if you can help: (509) 946-3222.

Christmas Eve Sermon

Christmas Eve, 2014 Luke 2:1-20   I’ve been in churches my whole life, and I have only been cast in a Christmas pageant once. I was eight. It was an awkward period in my life. When I was one on one with someone, I couldn’t stop talking. I’m sure I was very witty and charming for…

2014 Christmas Eve Service

Join Northwest for a celebration of Christ’s imminent birth filled with candlelight and music, including performances by this year’s guest musician, soprano Carisa Simpson. Worship begins at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 24th in the sanctuary. Everyone is welcome! Childcare for youngsters 3 and under will be available in the nursery. Merry Christmas, Tri-Cities!

Advent Prayer Series

Sunday Mornings, 9:00 am to 9:30 am (Nov. 30 – Dec. 21) Wednesday Evenings, 6:15 pm to 6:45 pm (Dec. 3 – 17) Attention Christmas Shoppers: Step away from your shopping carts. Take some time for your spirit this Advent Season and spend some time contemplating the imminent birth of Jesus Christ. Northwest will be using the Bethany Fellows’…

Our New Pastor

After an extensive search, Northwest United Protestant Church (Disciples of Christ) unanimously voted on March 2 to call the Rev. Liv Gibbons as the church’s newest senior minister and celebrated her installation on June 8 with the help of Regional Minister Sandy Messick. Liv grew up at First Christian Church of Eugene, received her BA in…

Yarn Bombing 2014

October 3, 2014 The women of Northwest’s Prayer Shawl Ministry (including Joyce Willis, Stephanie Hall-Mullen, Sue Jewett, April Willis and Fran Bean) “yarn bombed” an unsuspecting tree at the Richland Community Center for the 2014 Sweater Weather Art Project. Photos courtesy of Joyce Willis.