Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

PO Box 1254

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

                        406-586-7706

                                Office working remote - Please leave voicemail

26 W Babcock, #101, Bozeman, MT 59715

 
  

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

ALERT:  Westminster Spires Camp south of Red Lodge is closed until futher notice due to recent flooding.                                                                                                                            


 


Who We Are

We are 22 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 morly shae like Christ; abring 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?ς   meaning working together.

The Presbytery office will be physically closed until further notice as work continues remotely.. This website will be maintained daily M-F so check back frequently.

In Prayer for :

Sunday Jan 1

HAPPY NEW YEAR! First Presbyterian Church Dillon. Pastor Daniel Triller

Thursday Jan 6

Epiphany of the Lord

Sunday Jan 8

First Presbyterian Church Miles City, Pastor Charley Blom

Sunday Jan 15 

Rev. Dick Davis, Pastor At-Large; Missoula;

 

Rev. Sally Ralston, Honorably Retired, Anaconda

Monday Jan 16

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Sunday Jan 22  

St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Philipsburg, Pastor Deborah Schmidt

Sunday Jan 30  

Community Presbyterian, Terry, Hope American Lutheran, Fallon, Pastor Jamie Schmeling

Sunday Feb 5  

First Presbyterian Church, White Sulphur Springs, Pastor Wenda Fry

Sunday, Feb 12  

First Presbyterian Church Wolf Point, Jeff Harada, Lay Person in Ministerial Service

Sunday, Feb 19  

First Presbyterian Church Anaconda, Commissioned Ruling Elder, Veva Larson

Monday, Feb 20

Presidents’ Day

Wednesday, Feb 22

Ash Wednesday

Sunday, Feb 26  

Rev. Neva Rathbun, Honorably Retired, Terry

Friday, Mar 3  

World Day of Prayer

Sunday, Mar 5  

First Sunday in Lent; Rev. George Goodrich and Rev. Kathy Goodrich, Co-General Presbyters, Bozeman

 

Rev. Douglas Melius, Honorably Retired, Livingston

Sunday, Mar 12  

Rev. JP Carlson, Pastor At-Large, Bozeman

 

Daylight Savings Time Begins

Sunday Mar 19  

Rev. Brent Long, Pastor At-Large, Billings

Sunday, Mar 26

PALM SUNDAY; Madison Valley, Ennis, Pastor Mary Grace Reynolds

Thursday, Apr 6

Maundy Thursday

Friday, Apr 7

GOOD FRIDAY

Sunday, Apr 9  

EASTER; Celebrate Christ’s Resurrection!  He is Risen Indeed!

 

One Great Hour of Sharing

Sunday, Apr 16

David Bierschwale, Billings Clinic Pastoral Care, Billings   

Saturday, Apr 22

Earth Day, Earth Care Congregations

Sunday, Apr 23 

Rev. John Dyce, Pastor At-Large, Billings; Rev. Lanny Rounds, Honorably Retired, Butte

Sunday, Apr 30  

Rev. Lowell Johnson, Honorably Retired, Sioux City, Iowa

Sunday, May 7

Rev. Sherwood McKay, Honorably Retired, Miles City

Sunday, May 14  

Mother’s Day; Presbyterian Women, Suzanne Bratsky

Sunday, May 21 

St. Timothy’s Chapel, Georgetown Lake

Sunday, May 28  

Melissa Bell, Moderator

Monday, May 29  

Memorial Day

 

  Old Gallican Sacramentary as found in A Guide to Prayer for all God’s People published by The Upper Room

Grant Thy servants, O God, to be set on fire with Thy Spirit, strengthened by Thy power, illuminated by Thy splendor, filled with Thy grace, and to go forward by Thine aid.  Give them, O Lord, a right faith, perfect love, true humility.  Grant, O Lord, that there may be in us simple affection, brave patience, persevering obedience, perpetual peace, a pure mind, a right and honest heart, a good will, a holy conscience, spiritual strength, a life unspotted and unblameable; and after having finished our course, may we be enabled happily to enter into Thy kingdom; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

 

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