We’re dedicated to helping you achieve our shared mission ─ restoring all people to unity with God and each other in Christ. Please feel free to contact us with your questions, concerns, and needs.

The Rt. Rev. Marty Stebbins

Bishop of Montana

Toll Free: 1-800-247-1391

The Rev. Canon Mikayla Dunfee

Canon to the Ordinary and Diocesan Deployment Officer

Mikayla joined the Diocesan staff in 2021. She was ordained in 2016 in the Diocese of South Dakota, having earned her MDiv at Berkeley Divinity School at Yale in the same year. She and her husband, the Rev’d Charlie Knuth, enjoy good food, good company, and tight lines at their home in Whitefish.

The Ven. Dorcie Kafka Dvarishkis


Dorcie grew up on the family homestead in Montana’s Big Sky Country.  She now lives in and serves from Missoula, where she was ordained as a deacon in 2016 and installed as Archdeacon in 2020.  In addition to being part of her family’s circle of childcare, she is engaged in trauma-informed ministries alongside children, youth, and families at risk, and shepherds the Community of Deacons in the Diocese alongside Bishop Marty Stebbins.  Dorcie is also the owner of Giving Well, building on her experiences from more than 35 years of work with nonprofits and faith communities on organizational management, planned giving, and donor relationship opportunities.  She and her husband, Mark, have two grown daughters, a canine pal named Mocha, and hiking shoes ever at the ready.

Rev. Keith Axberg

Chaplain to Retired Clergy

Fr. Keith received his Bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and his M. Div from Vancouver School of Theology. He was made deacon in 1984 and ordained priest in 1985. He has served small and medium-sized parishes over those years, retiring in 2017. He is active in his retirement, assisting in a small parish in the Diocese of Olympia, and now with a new call to serve as Chaplain to Retired Clergy or Clergy Spouses. He and his wife, Barb, have been married 44 years, have two adult children, and two delightful grandchildren

Jill Sallin

Canon for Administration

Jill joined the Diocesan staff in 2013.  She has lived in Montana her entire life minus 3 days and currently lives in her hometown of Lincoln.  She has raised two boys and has 3 grandchildren.  She enjoys hiking and scrapbooking.

The Rev. Sadie Koppelberger

Director of Formation

Fr. Sadie was ordained in 2022 and serves as the rector of Christ Church in Kalispell in addition to her diocesen responsibilities. She grew up in Iowa and holds a BFA from Iowa State University (Go Cyclones!), a Masters in Theology from the University of Glasgow, and an MDiv from Seminary of the Southwest. Fr. Sadie shares a beautiful, chaotic life with her husband, Elliott and their three children who are always adventure ready.

James Gartner

Camp Marshall Director

After growing up in the Midwest, James made the move to Montana in 2018. He enjoyed a summer at Camp Marshall as the Documentarian/Media Director before joining the staff at Holy Spirit in Missoula in 2020. He joined the Diocesan staff in 2024 and still enjoys writing, photography, video, and spending time in the mountains.

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 2020
Helena, Montana 59624

Physical Address

515 N. Park Avenue
Helena, Montana 59601