Spokane Christian Church

Opera HouseThe Spokane region serves as the business, transportation, medical, industrial and cultural hub of the Inland Northwest, an area that comprises a population of more than 1.4 million people. Our region is located on the east side of Washington state, 18 miles west of the Idaho state line and 100 miles south of the Canadian border.

The regional economy is diverse thriving on the emergence of new technologies in research and education, health and bio-sciences, while embracing new developments in traditional industries including agriculture, manufacturing and forestry. Over the past few years, population and job growth in the Spokane region continue to outperform national trends.

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All American City 1974 and 2004Top reason is that the Church here is healthy, thriving and passionate about winning the lost for Christ. Other reasons: Spokane was awarded as An All-American City in 2004, Spokane was one of only 10 cities across the nation to receive the All-America honor. Spokane Gets A On Report Card as Kid Friendly Population Connection's 2004 report on how well cities treat our children.

The City accepted recognition as one of the Seven Most Intelligent Communities in the World by the World Teleport Association. Named a 2008 100 Best Community for Young People for the third straight year. The 100 Best competition recognizes the 100 outstanding communities across America–large and small, rural and urban–that are the best places for young people to live and grow up. Over 300 communities in all states applied. http://www.visitspokane.com/

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Here is one family's glimpse of a typical day in Spokane...

Alarm goes off in the morning, time to get up and get that daily exercise. As you are getting in your car, a neighbor runs up to give you your newspaper and encourages you to have a good day. On the way to the gym we see a beautiful sunrise and mountains in the backdrop. People are out jogging, biking and walking in the neighborhood.

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