Montana - N. Wyoming Conference
United Church of Christ
ALL ARE WELCOME AT OUR TABLE
Drawn together by the Holy Spirit, we are a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church, joining faith and action. In covenant with the church in all of its settings, we serve God in the
co-creation of a just and sustainable world as made manifest in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
THAT THEY ALL MAY BE ONE
Keeping Us Connected
Montana - N. Wyoming Conference UCC
2016 Alderson Avenue
Billings, Montana 59102
406-656-8688 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Wide News
Faith Connections from with the Conference
Our faith connections as church and members in the Montana – N.Wyoming Association and Conference mean more than we often talk about amongst ourselves. Watch this short video produced by the Conference Board of Directors for some stories of connections from church leaders of what it means to be together in faith. Also read the message from Rev. Amy Carter, Billings Mayflower UCC, and chairperson of our Human Resources Committee for an inspiring testimonial of why it is worth supporting the ministries that happen through the MT-NWy Conference UCC.
The Committee for Outdoor Ministries has organized a variety of intergenerational retreats and youth camps for the 2021 summer camp season at Christikon in the Boulder River valley. Registration due dates have passed for intergenerational camps, but Christikon has graciously extended our commitment time to them. Let us know of your commitment to attend the You and Me Retreat, the Yoga and Wellness Retreat, or the Fishing Camp Retreat ASAP by registering. More information is available on our Conference Web site or from COM chairperson, Trudi Downer.
A Lite Read in the midst it All
The June 15 Billings Gazette has a feature article about Rev. Bob and Marilyn Thaden and their Tongue River Winery in Miles City. Rev. Bob has bee around the MT-NWy Conference in a variety of churches and leadership positions.
Rev. Marc Stewart will be on sabbatical plus one week of vacation, August 1 – November 8. The Board of Directors is working with staff and committees to assure that the most essential conference minister functions will be met. Marc and Cheryl will be in Maine during August visiting family and friends, in England during the first week of September visiting Marc’s extended family, and in Spain for the remainder of the sabbatical walking the 425-mile Madrid/Francés El Camino de Santiago from Madrid to Santiago de Compostela.
The Green Team will begin meeting on the second Tuesday of the month so that they will more easily be able to get a monthly article in the Conference e-News. So, their next meeting will be July 13 at 2pm.
General Synod News