Banks, COMMUNITY, Faith

Banks Bible Church holds first Sunday service

A sign for the Banks Bible Church. Photo: Chas Hundley

BANKS - A new church—called Banks Bible Church—held its first Sunday service on April 14, welcoming new congregants for an evening of worship and teaching in their current meeting spot at Five Star Builders at the north end of Banks.

30 people shuffled into a room on Sunday for an evening of worship led by Tim Curtis of Beaverton, who played guitar, and a message that focused on evangelism by Pastor Eric Nyborg.

With an audience running the gamut from an infant in the back row to those at retirement age, the spot won’t hold much more than 50 people when full, prompting some talk during the service of searching around Banks for a larger spot to host the fledgling church.

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