Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

PO Box1254

Bozeman, MT 59771Rippls with 3 drops going in off center

              406-586-7706

          Office hours: M-F  mornings

         26 W Babcock, Lower Level#101

 
                                “Vision serves the church like the North Star serves the explorer”

 


Who We Are

We are 24 churches of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in southern and eastern Montana who, together, are called to meet, love, and live God through Jesus Christ. As we disciple each other, and resource pastors, leaders and congregations, we are prayerfully working for the strengthening and the reinvigorating of our churches. Together in common ministry and mission, we are presenting Christ’s love, justice and saving work across Montana.

Our Vision  

Yellowstone Presbytery – guided and sustained by Scripture, the Holy Spirit, and prayer -- is a community rooted in the love of Jesus Christ

 

We will . . .

 

Gather Together for God’s glory and spiritual synergy*.

Equip and Encourage disciple-making congregations and leaders for living the Gospel . . . intentionally becoming more like Christ; ably sharing our faith; impacting our communities; worshipping in loving response to God; and mutually supporting and training leaders.

Go Out  to join Christ in Christ’s mission in our communities, Montana, and the world . . . embodying and sharing Christ’s Good News; loving and serving, as we are commanded, in our words, actions, and relationships.

* Synergy:  from the Greek syn-ergos, συνεργ?ςmeaning working together.

 

Round of Prayer for 2015-2016

In Prayer for :

Sunday, August 30  Presby Cats Higher Education Ministry, 1st Presbyterian Bozeman; St. Paul’s Church Philipsburg, Pastor Sally Ralston
Sunday, Sept. 6 Rev. Kim Woeste, Campus Minister, Rocky Mountain College, Billings
Sunday, Sept. 13 Rob Kirby, Campus Minister, United Campus Ministry, MSU Billings
Sunday, Sept. 20

Theological Education Fund;

Community Church Jordan, Jeff Bolstad

Monday, Sept. 21 International Day of Peace
Wednesday, Sept. 23 Native American Day
Sunday, Sept. 27 First Church, White Sulphur Springs, Pastor Jim Kidd

 

 

 

 


 
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