Some of the missions taking place through the Mountain Sky Conference
Missions (Noun): The calling or vocation of an individual to go into the world and spread the Good News.
Advocate (noun): A person who pleads for or on behalf of another; intercessor.
The Mountain Sky Conference (MSC) is committed to being in ministry with people across the United Methodist connection and around the globe. One way in which the conference does this is by advocating with and on behalf of a number of different groups found both inside and outside of the conference borders. Another way is by engaging in missions with those in our world who are in need.
If you are interested in engaging in a ministry of mission or advocacy with the MSC, please click on the relevant link to the right (if you are viewing this page from a desktop computer or below if you are on mobile) or email Laurie Day, the MSC Director of Community and Congregational Development.
The Blackfeet United Methodist Parish (BUMP)
The people who live on the Blackfeet Reservation located just east of Glacier National Park in Montana. The majority of the present day residents living on the Blackfeet Reservation are bloodline descendants of the original indigenous inhabitants of this area.
Since 1882 the United Methodist Church has had a continuous presence on the Blackfeet Reservation. The participants in the ministry and programs of the Blackfeet United Methodist Parish reflect the cultural and racial diversity of the larger community. Most of the parish members are connected to the Blackfeet Nation by blood, marriage or occupation and are the bearers of much wisdom which comes from generations of the struggle for life with dignity.
The former Yellowstone Conference (YAC) has had a relationship with the East Angola Conference of The United Methodist Church since 2003. Four Volunteers-in-Mission teams have visited Angola since 2003, to help rebuild their churches and communities, to learn how best to be in partnership and to get to know one another.
Frasier is a mission-driven, nonprofit retirement community for seniors located on a 20-acre campus in a residential neighborhood of Boulder. We support a thriving and diverse community of more than 350 residents. We are guided by a committed group of trustees and a leadership team rooted in the mission to enhance the lives of seniors. And we foster a culture of giving and philanthropy, ever since opening our doors in 1960.
Intermountain is a nationally accredited, non-profit organization. They provide mental health and educational services to effectively meet the diverse needs of children and families facing emotional challenges.
With over 100 years experience in the field of child welfare, Intermountain has developed a reputation for innovation and dedicated staff. They remain committed to providing an array of services for children and families who face challenges associated with emotional disorders and complex trauma. There are both residential and community services.
Living in poverty and homelessness is not only stressful but can result in feelings of fear, hopelessness, and prioritization of daily survival over long-term planning. Warren Village’s goal is to help low-income, single-parent families make the journey from poverty to self-sufficiency.
Utilizing a nationally acclaimed, Two-Generation (2Gen) approach, Warren Village empowers disadvantaged single parents to regain self-esteem, reconnect to the community, and ultimately reclaim a productive place in the community.