121 South Willson Ave., Bozeman, MT
406.586.5413  bumc@bozemanumc.org
Bozeman United Methodist Church is a diverse community of Christians who affirm that all persons are made in the image of God, and thus all persons have a sacred worth and dignity. We range across the political spectrum, and we welcome people of all ages, races, sexual orientations, gender identities, family configurations, economic standing, and mental and physical abilities. Everyone is welcome as we journey together following Jesus.
VBS! June 19-23
Click Here to Register Your Child … or to Volunteer for Vacation Bible School 2017!
*Summer office hours have transitioned to 9-12 Monday-Friday. We will return to normal hours on September 5th!
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“We are called by God to experience, celebrate, and share through our actions the love of God that comes to us in Jesus.”

We Want To Hear From YOU!

The BUMC Finance Committee is seeking your help in assessing the financial priorities of our Church. We have determined that contributions are down with an associated decline in attendance. We are exploring how we can reduce costs and/or increase revenues in new ways to keep BUMC strong and focused on our priorities. Please take a minute to complete our short survey by picking up a copy at the Welcome Center in the Narthex or by clicking the survey link 


Thank you in advance for your commitment to keeping BUMC a strong and vibrant church family and integral part of the community!

On Sunday Morning


Worship at 8:30 & 10:30 AM every Sunday.  Worship at BUMC is inter-generational, filled with music, prayers, scripture, sermon, and hope. Both Sunday morning services offer special times for children – a puppet show or children’s sermon.
Holy Communion is served the first Sunday of each month.  All welcome to receive communion in the United Methodist Church.
Childcare in the BUMC nursery is available for infants, toddlers & children up to 4 years old.
If you have questions regarding worship, please contact the Worship Coordinator,


During the school year BUMC offers Sunday School for all ages from 9:30 to 10:30 AM.  Children participate in a Rotational Style learning experience. Teens meet with leaders for discussion and Bible Study.  Adults are offered a variety of Bible Studies, Sermon Conversation groups, and more.
If you would like to teach, lead or help in any way with a study, group discussion, or Sunday School, be sure to call 406.586.5413; or email Kay or Janna, below.
Contact kay@bozemanumc.org (Christian Education, Ministry with 6th Grade-Adult) or  janna@bozemanumc.org (Christian Education, Ministry with preK-5th Grade) for more information.


Fellowship happens between services every Sunday in the Narthex and Fireside Room.  During the summer we move the refreshments outdoors and enjoy fellowship at the “picnic table”.
Contact misti@bozemanumc.org if you have an interest with helping with refreshments for fellowship time.

Grow in Your Faith

Sunday School for All Ages

During the school year (from the weekend after Labor Day in September through the weekend before Memorial Day in May), BUMC offers a variety of “Faith Furthering” classes, discussion groups, and studies.
Children learn in a hands on setting with excellent teachers and leaders. In their
Sunday School classes they experience God’s Word through a variety of ways: drama, science, activities, and more.
We also have opportunities for teens and adults.  Middle School and High School age youth meet with leaders to discuss the Bible, Christianity, the Church, and how it can all work together to help them in every day life.
For more information on “Growing Your Faith” contact
kay@bozemanumc.org (Christian Education, Ministry 6th Grade-Adult) or janna@bozemanumc.org
(Christian Education, Ministry preK-5th).

Weekday Study

Also during the school year, opportunities for “Growing Your Faith” are available through classes and small groups. 
Nearly every Wednesday, Adult Studies are offered after worship. Pastor Deb leads a class at this time; and we often have guest speakers/leaders.
BUMC is a sponsor of the WEBS (Women’s Ecumenical Bible Study) program. WEBS is open to all women in our community, with days and times announced in the fall.
Many small groups are active at BUMC: Men’s Breakfast Group meets at Sola Café on Thursday mornings, Mom’s Morning Out meets at the Church on Friday mornings, Widow’s Support Group meets at the church on Wednesdays… For specific times and dates, please see the calendar.
For more groups and information, please email kay@bozemanumc.org.

WOW Team & Youth Group

The WOW Team, BUMC’s youngest Mission team, is for Kindergarten through 5th grade age kids.  They meet on Wednesdays from 3:45 to 5:00 PM in the Friendship Room, during the school year to work on mission projects, have fun, and grow!  From selling their toys to raise money for others, to hosting tea parties to honor their elders, this group of youngsters is reaching out and making a difference. Email janna@bozemanumc.org for information.
Youth Group meets every Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8:15 in the Friendship Room. Students 6th-12th grades are invited to share a meal together, sing, hear from the Pastor or other encouraging speaker, and also break out into discussion groups with their peers and leader.  Service projects, mission trips, and weekend retreats are all highlights of Youth Group.  Contact the BUMC Youth & Family Ministries Coordinator, ann@bozemanumc.org for more information.

College Age

An active and thriving campus and young adult ministry (CYAM) meets regularly, every Tuesday night from 6-8:00 PM at the Christus Collegium.  This Tuesday Night Together fellowship, “TNT”, includes dinner, music (with our own amazing band), and some games and discussion.  A student-led bible study, mission trip, and social activities are highlights of this  fun and enriching group.
Contact the Youth & Family Ministries Coordinator, ann@bozemanumc.org for more information
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Youth Group

Meet Wednesdays (during the school year) from 6:30 to 8:15 in the Friendship Room. UMYF (United Methodist Youth Fellowship) is open to all youth, grades 6-12. Each night we share a meal, sing together, and hear a story from Dave. Afterward we play some awesome games before dividing into discussion groups. Our goal is to provide youth and opportunity to grow in their faith through discussion about Jesus and issues in their lives, make lasting friendships and have a great time! The group also works tougher on a service project each month and we offer many social events throughout the year. Contact: ann@bozemanumc.org

WOW Team! Wesley’s Outreach Wednesdays

This is our youngest (K-5th grade) mission team! They meet after school on Wednesdays (during the school year) at 3:45 until 5:00 PM in our church Friendship Room to “do some good for others”.  Following a healthy snack, the boys and girls work on an outreach project ~ from making food for teachers or firefighters, to collecting toys for their annual sale, to raking leaves for a church neighbor ~ making a difference in our church, community and our world!

Children’s Choir 

We have a Children’s Choir at BUMC!  All children ages 3-12, are welcome to join our joyful noise. The group meets during advent and lent to perform at Christmas and Easter opportunities! Contact ann@bozemanumc.org

Vacation Bible School 2017! (VBS)

June 19-23, 2017; Monday-Friday 8:30 AM to Noon (Monday 8:15 AM). Registration starts March 1st for kids, youth assistants and adult volunteers. Volunteers needed in all areas: snacks, art, science, drama, carpentry, registration, t-shirts, setup/cleanup & more! VBS Leadership Team will start meeting in February. Please contact: janna@bozemanumc.org

College & Young Adult Ministry

BUMC has an active and thriving campus and young adult program that meets regularly during the school year, every Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Christus Collegium near campus. The Tuesday Night Fellowship, TNT, includes dinner, music, with our own amazing band, and some games and discussion with Bobby and Janna Lauver. We offer a student-led Bible Study and many social and mission opportunities throughout the year. Contact ann@bozemanumc.org for more information.
Mission Opportunities for YOU:
  • Community Café: Students serve food to families in need on the fourth Friday of every month.
  • Cardboard Box City: Students gather pledges to sleep outside in a cardboard box in order to raise money for Family Promise.
  • Spring Break Mission: Students have traveled to Haiti, Mexico, and San Francisco to work with the poor and homeless in our world. Stay tuned for info on Spring Break Mission 2016!


Stephen Ministry
BUMC is part of the Stephens Series system of lay caring ministry developed by Stephen Ministries, a nonprofit religious and education organization based in St. Louis, Missouri. Stephen Ministers have completed 50 hours of training and are ready to care for others in a confidential, one-on-one Christian based approach to those attending our church as well as individuals in the community who are facing life challenges. Examples of life events that a Stephen Minister may be helpful with include: hospitalization, loss of a loved one, loneliness, divorce, unemployment, birth of a child, and many other life challenges…
To request a Stephen Minister, or if you’d like to investigate becoming a Stephen Minister, please contact the BUMC Nurture, Care & Membership Coordinator, kim@bozemanumc.org.
Small Groups
At BUMC we are blessed through worship each week. Together we are able to express our praise and thanksgiving to God, as well as receive Pastoral inspiration on how to live and how we can respond to God’s transforming call. When we join with others from our church community in a small group dedicated to deepening our faith, the experience can be an enriching enhancement to what we learn in worship.
Current faith and support group opportunities include: Family Dine, Dine with 9, Stamping & Card Making, Men’s Breakfast Out, Date Night, Mom’s Day Out, Secret Sisters, Divorce Care & Share, Prayer Shawl Group, Widow & Widowers Support Group and more.
For more information, please contact ann@bozemanumc.org.
United Methodist Women
United Methodist Women is a community of women who nurture and encourage one another in their spiritual growth and development. We have many small groups that meet for study, fellowship and support; and are always open to starting more groups! 
Groups include:
  • Evening Circle
  • Trinity Circle
  • Miriam-Ruth Circle
  • Newly Retired Group
  • Noon Luncheon Group
  • UMW Reading Group
For more information on these groups contact bumc@bozemanumc.org and ask about UMW.  And click on: The UMW Voice to read the newsletter.


United Methodists continue to heed the lessons our founder, John Wesley, taught his followers: to live lovingly and justly as servants of Christ by healing the sick, feeding the hungry, caring for the stranger, freeing the oppressed; being a compassionate presence, and working to develop social structures that are consistent with the gospel.
We achieve this goal by serving throughout the world in different way. In 2008, church leadership designated four areas of ministry focus for all levels of the church.
  • Ministering with the Poor
  • Improving Global Health
  • Growing Vital Churches
  • Developing Christian Leaders
The church also has always been deeply committed to disaster relief and advocacy efforts. It is part of our Wesleyan DNA. All of these efforts to serve God also serve our neighbors and fulfill our mission to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
To learn more about Servanthood at BUMC, visit the Mission Blog, or email the BUMC Mission Coordinator, cathy@bozemanumc.org.
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What’s Happening at Bozeman United Methodist Church

Click on “Agenda” on the right-hand side of the calendar for a full listing of events by day. This might be an easier way for you to see all that is happening by day! Then click on any event to get more information or details about it.  Always feel free to call the church office with questions, 586-5413.