An activated church with world-wide impact...from Pullman, WA.

The church continued to grow and see the body of Christ increase in impact. By the late 1990s, conferences were being held regularly to train and equip leaders in the principles of servant leadership. Several new churches were planted, in the U.S and internationally. And Campus Christian Fellowship combined two meetings into one large group of students from both Washington State University and the University of Idaho.

Building the Worship Center

After over ten years in the Family Center, the church was out of room and ready to build again. God gave a vision to see people come from all over the world to be inspired, taught, and equipped by the ministry going on in the Inland Northwest. And so in 1994, ground was broken for the new 22,000 square foot Worship Center. The building was designed to be a welcoming front door to the ministry and a venue for spiritual events.
Worship Center Construction Highlights
The church again gave of their time and talents every night and weekend for over a year to see the project finished. In the end, hundreds of thousands of dollars were saved constructing a building that has since become a Pullman landmark. The church held an informal worship service in late 1995 during a work party, and sang “To God Be the Glory” at 11:30 at night.
First Worship in the New Building
New Building Preview