Resource Links

Online Resources
Here are the links to the resources that we will be using for classes and worship. Click on the following opportunity and you will be taken to the resource outline.
Easter Sunday Bulletin and Sermon Helps resources for April 12, 2020

As a church in the Presbyterian Church (USA) we work closely with those in our presbytery, synod, and general assembly.  The following links will provide you an easy way to access the websites for these entities. 

Presbyterian Church (USA)

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Our congregation is a part of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the largest denomination of Presbyterians in the United States.  The national offices are located in Louisville, Kentucky, with a number of personnel and resources to assist our synods, presbyteries, and local congregations. 
To learn more about the work of the General Assembly, you can go to their website through the link provided to the left.

Synod of the Rocky Mountains

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The Synod of the Rocky Mountains encompasses one of the most vast and beautiful areas of any synod in the Presbyterian Church (USA).

With more than 443,000 square miles, this inter-mountain Synod includes the states of Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, the "panhandle" of Nebraska, and a small area of southeastern Idaho. The east/west width of the Synod is 650 miles. The north/south length is 850 miles -- almost the distance between Denver and Chicago.

The economic base of the region is principally agriculture, mining, light industry (electronic and other high technology) as well as recreation, tourism, military offices and installations.

Some 58,200 Presbyterians worship and serve Jesus Christ in 241 congregations. Churches with less than 100 members make up 36% (85 churches) of the synod, while churches with over 900 members constitute only 5% or 13 churches.

The congregations in the Rocky Mountain region are linked together through a network of eight presbyteries. Two of the presbyteries, Yellowstone and Glacier, serve the state of Montana. The states of Utah and Wyoming are each entire presbyteries of their own. Four presbyteries serve congregations in Colorado. Three of the Colorado presbyteries are along the Front Range and one is located on the Western Slope. They are the Presbyteries of Denver, Pueblo, Plains and Peaks (which includes eleven counties in western Nebraska) and Western Colorado.
To view the website for the Synod of the Rocky Mountains, clink on the link to their website to the left.

Yellowstone Presbytery

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The Yellowstone Presbytery has its office in Bozeman and serves 24 churches in central and eastern Montana.  The Presbytery provides resources to churches, programs for education and youth, support for churches in transition, and spiritual resources.  The Revs. George and Kathy Goodrich serve as Co-Presbyters.  A link to the website of the Yellowstone Presbytery is provided to the left.