Camp Spalding

Young people from greater Spokane and North Idaho come to Camp Spalding for traditional, summer camp fun – boating and swimming, horseback riding, rock climbing, craft projects, hilarious skits, one-of-a-kind all camp games, new friends and lasting memories.  Best of all, this Christian summer camp provides a chance for kids to experience the adventurous life God intends for us.

Craig Goodwin Photography

Craig Goodwin Photography has generously provided the Presbytery of the Inland Northwest use of his photography.

Education Empowerment

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Liberty Park Community Development Center

Liberty Park Community Development Center is a neighborhood hub for the children and families of the South Perry neighborhood in Spokane, growing their community’s next generation of leaders through spiritual, educational, and social development. LPCDC partners with community and faith-based organizations like ours to offer a positive and loving environment for growing kids and community.


WelchRichard and Debbie Welch, Presbyterian Church (USA) Co-Workers, Guatemala

Richard and Debbie recently left the business world and were sent out from Knox Presbyterian Church, Spokane, to serve with the Presbyterian Church (USA) as Education Consultants for Indigenous People in Guatemala, where they had gone on numerous mission trips and worked at cementing the relationship between the Presbytery of the Inland Northwest and the K’ekchi presbyteries of Guatemala.

thompson-royer_profile_medium250Brian and Sandi Thompson-Royer, Presbyterian Church (USA) Co-Workers, Guatemala

Guatemalan women, particularly those of indigenous origin, struggle to have their voices heard in society, churches, and families. The National Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Guatemala (IENPG) has invited Sandi Thompson-Royer to help Guatemalan women develop leadership skills. She will serve alongside the Women’s Synod Union, an organization of the IENPG. In addition to facilitating leadership development opportunities, she will work with leaders of the Women’s Synod Union to strengthen relationships with IENPG institutions and will aid the work of the local committees of the women’s organization.  Sandi will also help build relationships between the Women’s Synod Union and sister organizations such as the Presbyterian Women of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).  She will be assisted in her work by her husband, Brian.  They are members at Bethany Presbyterian Church.

edminsterMatt and Lea Edminster, Alongside Ministries International, Rapala, Estonia, met during Matt’s first term in Estonia serving as a youth minister. Matt now serves as Pastor of the Rapla Church and Vice Chairman of the denomination’s Mission Council and works to support small congregations around the countryside. Matt grew up in the Knox Presbyterian Church, Spokane. Besides teaching English at Rapla high school, Lea continues to volunteer locally and at the denominational level in music and children’s ministry.

Mission Development Certificates

The Mission Development Certificates program provides low-cost loans to churches, which can be used for a variety of purposes including major additions or remodels, new roofs, seismic retrofitting, and refinancing. These loans are made possible by the generosity of our “mission partners”: churches and individuals that choose to invest in certificates. Churches grow; partners earn interest.


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Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women (PW) is the national women’s organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). With more than 300,000 members and 25 years as an organization, PW is organized at all levels of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

Nancy Hobbs serves as Moderator of our local PW group. She can be reached by emailing [email protected]

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Proclaim Liberty

This non-profit organization operates a low-income housing project under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Tenants are certified under low-income guidelines.

Westminster Food Pantry

Westminster Food Pantry, an outreach bank operating out of Westminster Presbyterian Church in West Central Spokane, principally serves the food insecure in this impoverished area. Over 32.2% of those in this area live below the poverty line. 353 of the 394 children in this area qualify for the free and reduced lunch program through the school district. The demographics of those in need vary in their circumstances, from homeless to single parent families.

2705 W. Boone
Spokane, WA   99201
(509) 329-0351

No Appointments Necessary.
Serving clients every 30 days.
Wednesday and Friday:  11 am – 1:45 pm
Zip Codes served:  99201 (north of the River and west of Monroe); 99205 (south of Montgomery and west of Monroe)

Whitworth University

Whitworth University is a private liberal arts college located in Spokane, Washington. Founded in 1890, Whitworth is affiliated with the Presbyterian church. Whitworth’s community of teacher-scholars is committed to rigorous and open intellectual inquiry and to the integration of Christian faith and learning.‌

The Presbytery of the Inland Northwest partners often with the Office of Church Engagement (OCE) at Whitworth. One of OCE’s primary goals is to train and equip laypersons for ministry.  Several programs are offered that help equip laypersons to become more involved in the life and ministry of their church and the greater community their church serves.