Currently St. Nicholas Church draws people from far and wide from across the vast expanse of the Montana and northern Wyoming countryside. Some parishioners drive over three hours each weekend to worship. An increasing number of converts from other backgrounds are also shaping the fabric of the community as Orthodoxy continues its astonishing growth in Montana.
The parish of St. Nicholas constantly considers how it might more effectively garner the growth of the Orthodox Faith in the surrounding region. Services are periodically held in Northern Wyoming, and the Faith is shared with our sister parishes in Bozeman, Butte, Helena, Great Falls, Missoula, and Kalispell. We are also involved in the effort of establishing the Monastery of St. Peter in Harrison, MT.
We welcome you to join us for a service. If it's your first time to an Orthodox service, we recommend coming for a Vespers service on Saturday evenings when it's quieter and there is time to visit afterward.