Campus Partners

We strive to create a place of connection, belonging, and abundant community life and conduct,  a place of healing and celebration, and a place of personal and social transformation. As such, we are a church of rich partnership! 

Take a look at who we have, right here, on our campus!

CONNECT. ELECT. PROTECT.

For more than 20 Years, Montana Conservation Voters has connected voters with information they need to make informed decisions about the people who represent us at all levels of government – from the Courthouse to Congress. Our work protects and promotes Montana’s clean air and clean water, our public lands, wildlife, renewable energy and public health. MCV also provides voter participation services to tens of thousands of Montanans.

Turning Montana Values

Into Priorities

MISSION: MONTANA CONSERVATION VOTERS PROTECTS OUR CLEAN AIR, CLEAN WATER, PUBLIC LANDS AND DEMOCRACY BY SUPPORTING LEADERS WHO FIGHT FOR THESE RIGHTS AND BY HOLDING ACCOUNTABLE LEADERS WHO DO NOT.

CLIMATE CHANGE


MCV will make climate action an unavoidable issue for voters, candidates and elected officials at all levels of government.


ELECTORAL WINS


MCV will work to replace anti-conservation elected leaders with pro-conservation elected leaders by increasing outreach to all who have the courage to protect Montana’s climate, environment and public lands.


PUBLIC LAND AND WATER


MCV will increase protections and designations for Montana’s public lands and water for people and wildlife by using our political clout and grassroots power.


CONSERVATION FUNDING


MCV will defend and advance conservation funding through federal, statewide and local initiatives to protect public lands, water and access to them.


DEMOCRACY


MCV’s work will bolster a robust democracy and increase civic engagement to strengthen our conservation efforts and ensure Montana’s redistricting commission remains fair.

  • 406 Pride resource Center

    The Resource Center is an open, affirming environment for peoples of all sexual orientations and gender identity expressions. We work with the diverse populations of Montana to build unity, acceptance, and fellowship and to ensure that LGBTQ+ people are embraced as full members of society at home, at work, and throughout our community.

    We are proud to be a volunteer-based, community funded organization! Please see our Donations Page or our Volunteering Page for ways to help.


    In support of our campus partners and the trans community Billings First Church is selling t-shirts for a limited time only. All proceeds to go to 406 Pride. Learn more.

  • Billings Elite Amateur Boxing

    Mission: To have a positive impact in the youth and community by teaching the fundamentals of 🥊 boxing.

    Practice is held:

    Monday -Thursday | 5:30 PM - 7 PM

    Cost: $30 a month/ first 4 practices are free.

    To get your youth involved or to learn more, click here.

  • NAtive American Empowerment Project

    Billings Urban indian health and wellness center

    Billings Urban Indian Health and Wellness Center (BUIHWC) fosters an environment of cultural competency, respecting the values of both team members and customers. Guided by our commitment to collaborative care strategies, we strive to provide the knowledge, experiences, and community access that will empower customers to take steps towards healing. 


    Serving the Native American populations and all other members of our communities throughout the region looking for holistic, culturally competent healthcare. Here, we accept all patients with or without health insurance, and connect them with necessary resources in and around the Billings area. Our patient reach stretches throughout Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota. Learn more.

  • Sister Mary V's Pantry

    Located on our second floor, Mary V's Cupboard provides support to  local families and friends living with HIV/AIDS home cooked meals, hygiene products, access to emergency funds, donated meals, etc.

    Donate Now .

Family Promise of Yellowstone Valley is dedicated to helping families experiencing homelessness achieve and sustain independence. We believe every child deserves a home and are committed to transforming the lives of families in our community.

Family Promise of Yellowstone Valley is a non-profit organization with a mission to help homeless families achieve and sustain independence through community support. We believe in empowering families by providing them with the resources they need to get back on their feet and secure a brighter future.


At Family Promise of Yellowstone Valley, we understand the challenges faced by homeless families. That's why we offer a wide range of services to help families regain their independence, including emergency shelter, job training, counseling, and more. With the help of our dedicated volunteers and community partners, we work tirelessly to ensure that every family has a safe and secure place to call home.


We are committed to providing homeless families with the support they need to achieve lasting independence. Whether you're looking to volunteer your time, donate to our cause, or simply learn more about what we do, we invite you to join us in our mission to end homelessness in our community.

NATIVE PODCAST GROUP THAT DISCUSSING THE ISSUES OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES WITH INSIGHT, EXPERIENCE AND HUMILITY. CONTACT US HERE.


  • White eagle promotes Community, Hope, Service and a pure spirit. It's a fellowship of men and women helping each other achieve wellbriety, thrive in community, and achieve balance - emotionally, mentally, physically & spiritually.

  • Founded in 2004, Forward Montana is the state’s largest youth-led, youth-focused civic engagement organization.

    They strive to transform government and communities to be just, sustainable, and equitable while working toward a future where Montana celebrates and reflects the diversity of our generation.

  • Food For the SOul provides a minimum of 50 free meals to individuals in our community. 

    To donate, volunteer or join, contact Goldstein Little Eagle, Peer Support Specialist for more information. Click to contact    email

    Phone: 406.647.2884

    Email: goldstein.littleeagle@onechc.org

  • MONTANA'S OLDEST ACTIVE BOY SCOUT TROOP WHICH HAS BEEN MEETING FOR OVER 100 YEARS.

  • We believe all people should have access to healthy food regardless of ability to pay.

  • The Montana Interfaith Network brings together progressive clergy of all denominations and backgrounds to support and educate each other, as well as advocate for progressive issues in Montana.


  • a group in Billings that accompanies and advocates on behalf of the immigrant and refugee community. Meetings held on our Campus & on ZOom.