Friendship Alliance Church
Welcome to Friendship Alliance Church.
We are located in the beautiful Methow Valley in Winthrop WA
We are a church that is:
Gospel Driven Christ Centered Community Focused
Be sure to check out our website: http://www.winfac.org
9:00am Online Service
10:00am Outdoor Service
Our mission is to strive to be a church that is:
Our vision is to proclaim Jesus Christ, exalting Him as our Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and Coming King; to disciple His followers into spiritual wholeness and to coordinate Christ-centered, outreach from the Methow Valley to the ends of the Earth.
We are a member church of the Christian & Missionary Alliance
The Alliance Statements of Faith:
For further information on the beliefs and core values of the Christian and Missionary go to the official C&MA page.
ONLINE SERVICE 9:00am
We encourage you to check out our church online platform if you plan to attend church online. You can find our platform at winfac.online.church. You can also find our online service on our Facebook page or at our YouTube channel. The links for our Facebook and YouTube channel are available on the icons listed above.
Help us get the gospel out to a wider audience by liking, sharing, and subscribing to our church’s content. Every like, share, and subscribe helps tremendously. Church online is here to stay. If you aren’t feeling well, if you live here part time, if you overslept, you can stay connected with us. IN-PERSON SERVICE 10:00am
Here is the church’s approach to gathering indoors:
An indoor mask mandate in currently in place for those vaccinated and unvaccinated in the state of Washington. This is news that no one wanted to hear, but no one is shocked to hear. We realize and understand there are a lot different feelings toward the current mandate. Our continued approach at Friendship Alliance Church will be to operate under the guidance of our denomination and district. Their communication and shared resources has not changed in pointing churches to follow state and local guidelines.
As trying as the situation is we are trying to keep things in perspective. While Christians in parts of the world are being persecuted and martyred because of their faith we can worship together for an hour with a mask on.
There will be those who agree and disagree with “how”, “when”, and “where” we worship. What truly matters most is WHO we are gathering to worship for. By following the direction and guidance of our denomination it frees us from being too focused on guidelines and keeps our attention to what is most important, proclaiming and worshipping Jesus Christ.
Masks do not take away our ability to worship. As strongly opinionated as people and society are they do not present the church a deal breaking situation like Daniel when he was told not to pray (Daniel 6:10:28). The guidelines do not take away our ability to worship or to share the name of Jesus as was the case in Act 4:18-20. We must consider Paul’s words in Romans 13:1-7 and also in Hebrews 13:17 with regard to complying to governing authorities and church leadership.
Thank you for being a part Friendship Alliance Church. Let us keep our unity in Jesus and continue to fix our eyes on Jesus the author and perfector of our faith (Hebrews 12:2). May we strive to continue to be a gospel driven, Christ-centered, community focused church.