COVID-19 UPDATE | September, 2020

     Palouse Federated Church has announced that certain small groups now are meeting off-site and on-site in a move toward our eventual reopening.  If you’re interested in an in-person, socially distant Bible study option, please contact Pastor Corey for more information.  
     Public worship services remain suspended, but the church will continue to offer streaming of our services on the Internet through Facebook Live and YouTube. You also can listen at 9 & 11 AM on Sundays on 107.5 FM.  
     People in and around Bishop Place in Pullman, WA can tune in to 97.3 FM at about 1:30 PM to listen to the worship service.
     For the most up-to-date information, we invite you to check our Facebook page and YouTube channel, and, as always, you can turn to the Palouse Church on a Hill Podcast for regular updates and conversations about community and faith here on The Palouse.  You might also consider subscribing to our weekly e-mail – just contact the church office at (509) 878-1509 for more information.
     We continue to urge the congregation and community to exercise good judgment, practice social distancing, and to care for and serve your friends and neighbors in appropriate ways.

Framework for Reopening [June 11, 2020]

COVID-19 UPDATE | MAY, 2020

     Palouse Federated Church has announced that all group activities at the church have been suspended until further notice.  

Public worship services are suspended as well, but the church will continue to offer live streaming of our services on the Internet through Facebook Live and YouTube. You also can listen at 9 & 11 AM on Sundays on 107.5 FM.

Pastor Corey Laughary and Tim Sievers are providing additional online content during this time – check our Facebook page and YouTube channel, and, as always, you can turn to the Palouse Church on a Hill Podcast for regular updates and conversations about community and faith here on The Palouse.

We continue to urge the congregation and community to exercise good judgment, practice social distancing, and to care for and serve your friends and neighbors in appropriate ways.