Welcome to the Diocese of Montana. . .

We invite you to explore this website now and then visit again!
Here’s where you can learn more about your diocese, find resources,
and discover new ways to participate in church life.

New This Week

Farewell to Bishop Frank Brookhart

Click here to watch interview with Bishop Brookhart by Rev. Jean Collins, St. James’, Lewistown.

Acknowledgement goes to Rev. Jean Collins, Terri O’Fallon & Kathy Marcel.




You are invited to
Invitation of the Spirit:  Yesterday and Today
a Contemplative Retreat
WHERE:    Camp Marshall, on Flathead Lake (near Polson, MT)
WHEN:      Tuesday, September 4th (5PM) – Thursday, September 6th (12 Noon)
WHO:         Facilitated by the Reverends Janis Hansen & Valerie Webster
For logistics questions please contact Pr. Valerie at (406) 579-3980 or
[email protected]
WHAT:       Gather with believers and seekers for learning & conversation, prayer &
meditation, fellowship & quiet.  Restore, renew, rejuvenate.
RSVP:         Please register on the diocesan website.  The cost of the retreat is $100
for two nights lodging and 6 meals (lunch on Thursday is a sack lunch).

Invitation of the Spirit: Yesterday and Today is a Contemplative Retreat.  We’ll reflect on how the Spirit has inspired the ‘The Great Traditions of the Christian Faith’ amidst our own practice of Prayer, Meditation, Chant and more.  We’ll also explore the heritage of The Trinity, and ways of reconnecting  with God, ourselves, nature, each other and the world – all the while held in God, and open to Life!  Learn about true spirituality, which gives us a larger field, a greater reality in which to live our lives.  Richard Rohr suggests we can be about: “Seeking the face of God in everything, everyone, everywhere, all the time and seeing God’s hand in every happening.”   We had a wonderful retreat in Pony last spring; hope you might come this fall.

Click here to Register!

Optional Reading:

  • Richard J. Foster’s Streams of Living Water:  Celebrating the Great Traditions of Christian Faith
  • Richard Rohr’s The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation