Rev. Herminia Esqueda is our District Multi-Cultural Ministries Coordinator. She serves as an Associate Pastor along with her Lead Pastor husband

Armando at the Wapato Church. In addition, she works as an IT System Administrator for the Washington State Department of Social and Health

Services. Herminia also serves as a founding member of the NOW Movement Network, a coordinated effort of Nazarenes in USA and Canada

who are emboldened by the Spirit to pursue racial justice in our churches, communities, districts, and institutions now. She can be contacted at

Hispanic leaders on our district include: 

  • Kennewick Discipulos de Hoy - Fred & Severa Fuentes

  • Moses Lake Casa de Restauracion Maranata - Doroteo & Patricia Rivera

  • Othello Agape Love Ministries - Homero & Velma Montemayor

  • Richland El Senor es Dios - co-pastors Jose & Juana Gonzalez

  • Wapato - Armando & Herminia Esqueda

  • Wenatchee Rios de Agua Viva - Walter & Guadalupe Delgado 


John and Gerri GrosVenor serve our Native Americans, living on the Colville Indian Reservation. They serve as an incarnational presence among the people.


Spokane First Church ministers to the Chin (Myanmar) refugee population through a Parent Affiliated Congregation. Most of this congregation has immigrated due to ethnic and religious persecution.

John & Gerri GrosVenor

Scenes from the organization of Moses Lake Casa de Restauracion Maranata

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