Opportunities to Live in Community
To get involved, please contact the church office at (406) 245-6477 or email@example.com and the assistant can help you to contact the following groups:
Habitat for Humanity operates globally to build, renovate and repair over 600,000 decent, affordable houses sheltering more than 3 million people worldwide.
In Billings, First Church supports this endeavor for our second year by arranging lunches to be provided to people working on Habitat houses. The second Saturday of every month we provided this to thank them for the work they put into building houses for those in need.
This even is held five times a year. Members locate artists, publicized each event and arranged music. Attendance has increased each year, establishing ourselves as a noteworthy venue.
Festival of Giving
2017’s Festival was held in December. The youth group held a Sweets Bazaar and Festival Cafe, joined by Global Village and Mayflower Circle. Funds were donated to organizations such as
Habitat for Humanity
Heifer Project International
Spare Change for Real Change
Primetimers and Winetimers
Every month our Seniors meet at a local restaurant to enjoy food and fellowship (Primetimers, the 3rd Thursday of the month) and at the home of a church member for spirits and spirited conversation (Winetimers, the 4th Sunday of the month).
Younger Youth and Older Youth
When September starts, on Sundays our Younger Youth meet once every two weeks and our Older Youth meet every week through May. If interested, contact Kim Harris.
The Ready for Prime Time Players
This is the volunteer drama group at Billings First Church. Throughout the year, people of all ages asked to participate in plays readers’ theaters, or special production to tell our faith stories. If interested, contact Rev. Mulberry.
This women’s group has a rich history at Billings First. Mayflower Circle continues to offer a monthly program either at the Conference Office or in a member’s home. Contact is Myrle Theimer.
Tuesday Cultural Criticism Book Group
This group (which always includes breakfast) reads through a book and covers a variety of topics. The group meets at 7:00 a.m. Contact is Walt Gulick.
Other fellowship activities include our Coffee & Conversation time before and after every Sunday service, our monthly Second Sunday Lunch, and the annual All-Church Picnic at North Park