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Sunday Service - 10:00 am.
733 West Garland Avenue, Spokane, WA.
See below for more details. on the Sunday service.
10:00 am Sundays
Our atmosphere is casual, the vibe is of course - coffee shop feel. The seating is both at cafe tables and in rows of chairs. Come early to get a seat and meet a new friend.
We take our Bible seriously, but we don't take ourselves very seriously.
We're a multi-generational group who enjoy being together at Sunday services, during the week many of us can often be found in the coffee shop. We are also frequently attending one of the numerous events we host.
Sunday check in 9:45 am
Children are in the main service during the musical worship portion of the service. During the message they are dismissed. Three and under may be checked in during the entire service.
Babies / Toddlers - room #1
1st - 3rd grade - room #2
3rd - 5th grade - room #3
Parent Room - room #4
We have several Bible studies and discussion groups relating to God and society, which take place all throughout the month in different homes or in the facility.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Once a month we reserve a one-hour time slot to come to the church, put on some worship music, find a space and pray, worship, listen to God, journal, pray over the prayer requests we've received, read scripture, or get prayer for something in your own life. This is a low key, unstructured time, but valuable if you're having a hard time setting aside moments to connect with Jesus.
It can make a lot of difference having focused time connecting to God.
Every week before church services we pack sack lunches to assist with the community court program in Spokane. This court helps struggling and marginlized people deal with any warrants or outstanding judgements that prevent them from getting the assitance they need to get thier lives going agian.
Please join us Dec 9th 6-7pm @ The Gathering House for Christmas carols around a bonfire, cider, hot cocoa, and s'mores.
Bring a chair, a warm blanket, and your holiday cheer! Meet us in the back parking lot.
We hope to see you there.
Many Non-Profit Organizations, Business Leaders, and Private Individuals
Rent Space for Meetings and Events.
This daily coffee shop is open to the public as one of Spokane's premier coffee roasters. Its a great place to meet up, hold a meeting or make a friend.
Tuesday - Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm Saturday 7:00 - 2:00 pm
Closed on Sundays and Mondays
Several different rooms are available for Rent during the days and some evenings. Sunday morning excluded.
For rates and booking contact: Tonia Bryceson by clicking the button below.
The main area is available some evenings for gatherings of up to 136 people with a commercial kitchen on site. If you are looking for a space to host your event or meeting, this may be the spot.
For rates and bookings contact: Tonia@gatheringhouse.org
The Market is held on Thursdays 3:30pm - 7:30pm. Live music weekly. Fruits and vegetables, farm raised beef, crafts of many kinds, various vendors of all kinds and food trucks as well. Please come on down and support the Garland Business District Market. Look for us at our own booth in the market. We will have a rotating activity each week.
The Business District Council Meets in room #2 the 2nd Wednesday of every month 8:30-9:30 am
The Spokane Homeless Coalition is a collection of nonprofits, faith-based organizations, government agencies, and members of the business community, seeking to solve homelessness, housing issues, mental health, and addiction problems in Spokane County.
You may often see county commissioners, city officials, the mayor, city council members, state elected officials, and heads of major nonprofit organizations present. Each meeting has different presenters providing accurate and updated information while working together to solve major social problems in our county. Come early its walls to windows standing room only. The Gathering House has hosted this meeting for eight years.
The North Hill Neighborhood Council is part of the governing body in the city charter. Anyone interested in finding out more can click on the link below. This meeting is open to the public.
Meetings are the second Thursday of each month in room #3
at 6:30 pm.