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Roman Catholics and Presbyterians were the first to send missionaries to the area, joining the Indian religions already here. St. Paul’s Mission still stands overlooking the site of Kettle Falls, and Pia Mission still stands on Kelly Hill. Tshimakain Mission near Ford and the St. Frances Regis Mission near Kettle Falls are no longer standing. The Catholic Church near the site of the military fort was later moved to the town site. The Congregational Church, the oldest in the city, is still active. Colville enjoys a strong and varied religious community.

Calvary Chapel of Northeast Washington
233 S. Elm Street
(509) 684-6840

Christ Reformed Church
2000 E. Hawthorne & Ivy avenues (at the top of the hill)
(509) 738-2944

Colville Assembly of God
516 E. Glen Street
(509) 684-4721

Colville Christian Church
828 S. Summit Street
(509) 684-4361

Colville Church of Christ
368 Dominion View Road
(509) 684-2300

Colville Church of God
760 E. Columbia Avenue
(509) 684-6350

Colville Church of the Nazarene
368 E. Astor Avenue
(509) 684-3444

Colville Free Methodist Church
111 S. Elm Street
(509) 684-2480

Colville Seventh-Day Adventist Church
138 E. Cedar Loop
(509) 684-5845

Colville United Methodist Church
930 S. Elm Street
(509) 684-4441

Colville Valley Open Bible Church
343B Hotchkiss Road
(509) 684-4671

First Baptist Church of Colville
915 S. Cedar Street
(509) 684-4394

First Congregational Church United Church of Christ
205 N. Maple Street
(509) 684-4213

Grace Evangelical Free Church
851 S. Miner Street
(509) 684-5936

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
320 N. Maple Street
(509) 684-6223

Light of Christ Bible Church
1221 E. Hawthorne Street
(509) 684-5678

Shiloh Fellowship
315 S. Cedar Street
(509) 684-0805

St. John’s Episcopal Church of Colville
2000 E. Hawthorne & Ivy avenues
(509) 684-2639

St. Paul Lutheran Church (ELCA)
295 E. Dominion Avenue
(509) 684-2432

Vineyard Christian Fellowship
184 DeGrief Road
(509) 685-9272

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