Hope United Methodist Church Welcomes You

As a Christ-centered community, we invite, nurture, and empower all God’s children to become disciples of Jesus Christ.

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Reverend Gary Geiman, Pastor

Welcome and thank you for visiting the website for Hope United Methodist Church in Billings, Montana.  We invite you to consider visiting one of our regular worship services.

At Hope United Methodist Church we believe that as the beloved children of God, you and we and all people are of sacred worth.  We therefore strive to be an open and inclusive Christian community that attempts to model and practice extravagant hospitality.  We invite all people, without exception, to participate with us as fully as possible in our church's life, mission, and ministry to our community and the larger world.

Church Phone: 406.259.4673  hopeumc at billingshopeumc.org

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Services: 9 am with adult Sunday School at 8 am.  Children's Sunday School will be during the service.

SPECIAL SERVICE: Pastor Gary's two congregations, Hope UMC and Huntley UMC, joined for a special service on
Oct 15th for Pastor Appreciation Month.
 

Leadership Transition: Hope UMC is going to  welcome a new pastor next July and there will be important changes in worship,
perhaps in scheduling and other things that mean a lot to church members. If you have ideas about how our faith journey will go
forward, please make your ideas known to members of the Admin Council or Staff-Parish Relations Committee.

June 25: We welcomed a family for the baptism of their son and four new members of our church.

Proud parents Jonathan & Meghan Duquette with newly baptized Jace Anthony.

New members Karen Casterline, B. J. Herren, Nancy Matovich, and Paula Walter.

 

Graduation Sunday: Emily Pinnow and Brody Baumberger graduate from Skyview High School on May 28.

Mother's Day: Our Traditional Closing Performance of Youth Choirs

Seniority/Co-edChoir Club. The tallest boy in the back is Dick, who has been made an honorary teenager for choir purposes

Children of Hope sing of family for Mother's Day.

Staff Recognition Sunday: Kathy, our Nursery Attendant, Teri, our administrative genius, and Carol, our Minister of Music.
Rachelle, our custodian, was unable to join us today.

Palm Sunday Cantata.

Jeanne Nitz, flautist, Carol Mathew, Director, Paula Cordes, cellist, Ana Strong, violinist.

Paula Cordes is an exchange student from Germany and is Ana's sister for a year.

35th Anniversary Celebration with a sendoff for the choir members on Nov. 13th.

District Superintendent Kama Hamilton Morton presents Pastor Gary with a certificate in honor of our 35th Anniversary. Founding Pastor John Pugh 
   
Charter Member Jim Reno reminiscing about Pastor John's founding efforts  Charter Member and Choir Founder Carol Mathew
   
Dawson, Seleyah and Persephone sing Kathy Baumann leads Children's Time
   
Linda Ewert and Mary Beth Helgeson designed and built the sanctuary's stained glass window, original in the first sanctuary/present Fellowship Hall  Bill Benjamin, Admin Council Chair, presents an award to recognize Pastor Gary's 30 years in ministry. 
   
Tammy Fote and Jeannie Nitz present an award to Carol Mathew for 35 years of music ministry at our church  Awards for Terri Normand and Kathy Ulrich, who have served our congregation for more than twenty years each. And Terri is just over 29... 

 

Because Pastor Gary will be with the choir, Geoff Brown will conduct the service on Nov. 27th at our usual time.

Over 1,000 Cans of Soup!

 

 

Hope United Methodist Church

244 E. Wicks Lane

Billings, MT 59105

 

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