Central Bible Church

902 1st Ave E
Kalispell MT 59901

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Central Bible Church joyfully and conscientiously proclaims these and other great, historic Christian truths to our generation. We have total confidence in the inerrant Word of God and we teach its fundamental as well as its deeper doctrines in love. We strive to develop individuals and families into mature followers of Jesus Christ. We stand behind Christian mission agencies and Christian schools dedicated to the same purposes.We can help you if you are looking for spiritual direction and true Christian fellowship. You are warmly invited to be with us in our services. Please don't hesitate to call the pastor at the church office if you have any questions.Central Bible Church seeks to meet the needs of the whole person through a well-rounded, Bible-centered program of worship, instruction and fellowship for the entire family. Other opportunities for fellowship, in addition to the regularly scheduled meetings shown at the right, include men's and women's Bible study groups, discipleship groups, choir, orchestra, singles, ladies' missionary circles, and several seasonal activities.Central Bible Church has no membership list, but consists of all persons choosing to fellowship and work together for the spreading of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. The governing body of Central Bible Church consists of a Council of Elders.Central Bible Church believes all Christians are gifted by the Holy Spirit to share in various ways in serving the Body of Christ, the Church. Each member, therefore, is encouraged to participate in Christian service on a regular basis. The primary task of the pastor/teacher is to equip believers for that service.Central Bible Church is located in Kalispell, Montana at 902 First Avenue East just southeast of the old Flathead County courthouse. Phone ( 406 ) 755-5238The dark days of mid-World War II were also spiritually dark days in the Flathead Valley, with few places where true Christian fellowship could be found. Churches were drifting into modernistic liberalism. Christians were hungering for the truths of God's Word. Many families were meeting in their homes to study the Bible and spend time in prayer.