First Baptist Church is holding Family night on Wednesday evenings. Dinner will be served from 6-6:30 pm, followed by classes for all ages. FMI call 265.6865
Celebrate Recovery, a place for wounded people, meets every Friday night at 6 pm at Big Sky Fellowship, 8185 Avocet Dr. Dinner is provided. FMI call Dan at 406.437.2201
Divorce Care spring session will be held at Life Covenant Church. Enroll now for this 13-week program that helps people work their way through the trials of going through a divorce. Classes are from 6:30 until 8:00 every Monday until May 12th.
The Kalispell Healing Rooms is a Christian, nondenominational prayer ministry under the International Association of Healing Rooms. They are open one night a week for people to come with any prayer need they want to bring before God with a confidential prayer team. They are located at: 445 S. Main, second floor #206, and are open Thursdays 7-9 pm, no appointment necessary. FMI call 406.257.9694.
Kalispell Young Life meets every Monday at 6:54 pm at the Youth Center next to Trinity Lutheran Church, 460 3rd Ave WN. FMI call Tim at 406.471.0103.
Operation Finally Home is a National non-profit building mortgage free homes for America's War Wounded and the Widows of The Fallen. The first of these homes being built in Wyoming is already underway. Your donations are needed to make this home and future homes a reality for our Veterans. For more information visit operationfinallyhome.org.
The Florence-Carlton Community Church hosts the AWANA youth program every Wednesday evening from 6:30 - 8:00. Get your children involved in this outstanding ministry.
Attn: Miles City
MOPS, Mothers of Preschoolers, of Miles City meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 6:30 pm at Grace Bible Church in Miles City. Come expecting Encouragement, Inspiration, and Guidance for this crazy, yet critical stage of Motherhood. FMI Visit www.facebook.com/MilesCityMOPS.
Attn: Flathead Valley Area
Flathead Valley churches will be kicking off The Quest For Authentic Manhood, The Quest is a series developed by Dr. Robert Lewis, a Little Rock-based pastor, in response to a request from his men to help them understand how to live out the teachings of the Bible in the 21st Century. Many of them had been in Bible studies for years but still felt like they didn’t have a Biblically-based, yet user-friendly, definition of what authentic manhood really means.
Event Website: Mensfraternity.org
Contact Number: Randy - 406.270.5207
New Life Lutheran Church will hold their mid-week LOGOS youth program on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm. Registration is currently open for ages 3 - 18. All youth are welcome. For more information, please visit www.newlifehelena.org or call Erin Snyder at 406-438-3466.
Awana, for ages 3 through high school, will be held on Sunday evenings from 6-7:30 pm at Immanuel Baptist Church, 3003 Old Post Road. FMI call 406.265.3391.
The Adventurers’ Club – “Kidz Express” will be held every Monday evening from 6:30-8 pm at the Havre Christian School. There will be crafts, games, songs, and more. FMI call Barb - 406.390.8045.
AWANA, a ministry of MACKids will be held on Wednesday nights, beginning September 11th at the Missoula Alliance Church from 6-7:30 pm. All kids in kindergarten - 6th graders are invited. There will be music, memory verses, prizes, games, snacks, theme nights, and more. FMI call www.macmissoula.com/mackids/awana or call Nell at 406.251.3983 ext. 23.
Bible Study Fellowship is an interdenominational ministry devoted to teaching in-depth Bible studies around the world. This year’s study is on the book of Matthew. The study will run from September to May. BSF classes are open to men or women and children of all ages. There are evening and/or day classes available in Billings, Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Kalispell and Missoula. To locate a class near you, go to www.bsfinternational.org.
Covenant Reformed Church is a new church plant in Missoula with old roots. They are a confessional liturgical Protestant church, which has since 1618 genuinely believed in God’s Word and has faithfully taught it. They invite you to worship on Sundays at 10:30 am and 6:00 pm. Also at 7:00 pm for our Thursday Night Study in Theology, which will be discussing the Medieval church. For more information call Pastor Jared at 406.203.2515 or visit missoulaurc.com.
Attn: Williston, ND
Celebrate Recovery Ministry meets each Thursday from 7-9 pm at New Hope Wesleyan Church. Childcare is provided upon request. For more information call 701.572.4673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is designed to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process.
First Lutheran School in Helena is currently enrolling students from age 3 through 5th grades. They are associated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and teach religion classes daily, hold chapel weekly, and share the love of Jesus with their students. For more information, visit First Lutheran's website - www.firstlutheranhelena.org.
If you have a love for orphans but can’t go on a mission trip, New Horizons for Children brings the mission to you. Christian families can host an orphan in their home for 5 weeks this Summer. Photos and bios are now available on their website. Prayerfully consider inviting an orphan from Latvia or Ukraine to spend time with your family this Summer. FMI call Stephanie Norman at 303.669.6221 or visit newhorizonsforchildren.org
Magazines for Troops was formed to fill a common request by deployed troops - a need for reading material. We ship boxes of magazines to our deployed men and women who are serving America in Afghanistan and throughout the Middle East. But boxes don’t ship for free, and postage to serve 181 units is a constant battle – currently running over $2000 per month. $12.35 will ship a box containing apx. 40 magazines with a variety of titles to remind these brave warriors that they are not forgotten, and to put a smile on their faces! Will you help make our heroes smile? Donations are tax-deductable, and can be made by check or securely through Paypal at www.magazinesfortroops.com . While you’re there, check out some of the testimonials from our troops. Another way you can help would be to place a magazine collection bin at your church or business. For more info, contact Donna at 261-9408. YOU can help make a difference!
Attn: Miles City
The Miles City Soup Kitchen is now serving homemade soup from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm - Monday through Friday. Anyone who is hungry, lonely, or just curious can come in for a bowl of soup. The Soup Kitchen is located at 210 S. Winchester in the VA building on 1st floor. The Soup Kitchen is a non-profit organization and if you are interested in volunteering services or donations, please call at 234-5013.
On any given night, nearly 600 U.S. Veterans will experience homelessness in Montana. At Volunteers of America-Independence Hall, 20 formerly homeless Veterans are working hard to get back on track and are seeking immediate full-time employment. With the support of Montana businesses and residents, we can work together to empower Veterans to get back on their feet. It is time we all give back. For information on how you can help a Veteran, please contact Volunteers of America at 406-259-5368. Or visit the web at www.voanr.org.
Free suppers are served up to the Flathead Valley
each week through Feeding the Flathead and Community Kitchen. Everyone is invited to the following locations at 6pm:
FMI visit www.feedtheflathead.com
- First three Mondays of the month at Bethlehem Lutheran Church - 603 South Main - 6 pm
- First three weeks of the month on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays - Central Christian Church – 248 2nd Ave E – 6pm
- Thursdays - Calvary Lutheran Church - 2200 US Highway 2 E - 6 pm
- Last six days of every month at Faith Alliance Church - 348 Second Avenue West - 5:30pm/Wed, 6pm other 5 days
Grace Hospice offers an ongoing Bereavement Support Group for anyone who has suffered loss through death. Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at the Center, 29 2nd St East at 1:30 pm. FMI call 755-4923.