Turning Point Open Bible - Spokane

Turning Point is committed to helping people grow closer to God and others. Spokane, WA
Turning Point Open Bible - Spokane
Turning Point Open Bible - Spokane

Who We Are

Turning Point is committed to helping people grow closer to God and others. Our Sunday services are vibrant and focused on giving you the tools you need to live a purposeful life and have meaningful relationships. We also have a great Sunday morning kid’s church and youth church where your kids and teens can meet people their own age and learn key principles that will help them on their own spiritual journey. We would love to have you worship with us and look forward to seeing you…

About Us

Vibe
Casual

Programs
Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Preschool

Music
Contemporary

Denomination
Nondenominational

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1934

Plan Your Visit

Contact

Address
11911 N Division St
Spokane, WA 99218-1903

Phone
(509) 467-5122

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
Our services are contemporary with a mix of drama's or video added to compliment the sermon. You are welcome as you are and the dress is very casual.

What is the community like?
In a world that seemed to be increasingly “out of whack”, the purpose of the Turning Point Open Bible is to help turn a person’s heart toward the God that created them and loves them. There is nothing that gives us greater joy than to see someone’s life come into focus as they grow in their relationship with the Lord. We want you to know that wherever you are on your spiritual journey, whether you're just beginning to investigate Christianity or you already have a mature relationship with Jesus, we're here to help you take the next step spiritually and to offer you a place where you can be as involved as you choose.

What if I'm not a Christian?
If you want to know the truth about God —really know the truth —you are a "seeker." That's a great thing to be, because according to Jesus, seekers find what they're looking for. Seekers come in all shapes and sizes. They have a variety of backgrounds. Some don't believe in God; others do believe in God, but aren't sure how to connect with Him. What all seekers have in common is the fact that they've stopped pretending they have it all together. They're open to the possibility God may exist, and more importantly, that He may want a place in their lives. They know they don't know —but they want to know. If you're a seeker, how do you go about this all-important task of pursuing God and His truth? Well, the following outline doesn't claim to be the final and authoritative word on the subject. But —with a humble recognition that the stakes are sky-high and believing you are very precious to God

Leadership View all

Monte  LeLaCheur

Monte LeLaCheur

Pastor Monte LeLaCheur moved to Spokane at the age of seven when his parents, Norman and Norma LeLaCheur, were elected as pastors of the First Church of the Open Bible. He graduated from Northwest Christian High School in 1974 and went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in Religious Education from Open Bible College in Des Moines, Iowa. He then came back to Spokane where he received a master's degree in counseling from Whitworth College. Monte served as associate pastor under his father for fifteen years before being elected senior pastor in 1993. Pastor Monte has an extensive background in music and drama and has directed many, many productions here at the church. He and his wife, Amy Jo, have two children remaining – Danilee and Micah. Their son Tyler passed away at the age of 17.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • Turning Point Open Bible has a tremendous amount of balance, maturity and ministry opportunities. There's a good mix of age groups that brings maturity and energy to the services and the various ministries. I can see there's something for everyone and above all the pastors base their ministry and leadership on the word and building relationships. I can see that they have a mission,and clear goals in meeting the variety of needs to those that walk through their friendly doors. I'm also impressed with their facility, focus on worship and opportunities to get involved.
  • Turning Point is a great family oriented church geared towards meeting the needs of multiple generations. From pre-school to Senior's ministries, there is something here for everyone. While the church size is large and growing there are ample opportunities to get involved in small groups enabling you to connect with others. The preaching, music, and activities are all designed to enable you to grow in your relationship with Christ and each other.
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