Magnify Church

Magnify Church is a reformed evangelical church in Monroe Washington. We are a small, growing community of believer’s earnest in prayer, joyful in song, and deep in the Word of God.

Oh, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together! Psalm 34:3

Our mission is to reach the lost, strengthen the weak, and encourage the faithful unto godliness through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, all to the glory of God.

We believe that Jesus is our Savior, God, and King. His redemptive work on the Cross has freed Christians from the bondage of sin and placed His righteousness on us. Our goal is to awaken the hearts and minds of believers to live according to that truth through the preaching and teaching of Scripture, counseling, and the mutual encouragement of one another as the Body of Christ.

What to Expect…

Our Services are Reverent and Simple…We believe in the sole sufficiency of Scripture to address every area of life.  The Word of God is our centerpiece and directs us in life and defines how we are to worship God.

We encourage families to worship together but do offer childcare for ages 5 and under.

Our worship songs include hymns, psalms, and contemporary songs which point us to see and glorify our Lord. We currently use lyric videos for worship until we are blessed with capable musicians. The emphasis is on our voices and the words we sing for the Glorify of God and to edify the saints.

We are currently meeting as a home church as we search for a more suitable location, we would love for you to visit us on either Sunday mornings for church or on Wednesday evenings for dinner and fellowship group. Come celebrate Christ with us and magnify His name. Please contact us for the location (360) 322-4652 or

We sing songs of praise to our God and Savior (Ephesians 5:19)

We seek His face through sincere and fervent prayer (1 Timothy 2:1, 8)

We reverently listen to Him speak to us through the reading, teaching and preaching of His Word
(2 Timothy 4:1, 2)

We regularly remember our Lord’s death through the Lord’s Supper (Acts 2:42)

We acknowledge our need for Christ and rest in the assurance of forgiveness
(1 John 1:9)