Each week more than 2 million children around the world participate in Awana, helping churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Awana programs offer a proven approach for evangelizing and discipling children from ages two through high school in the church and community. Locate an Awana Club near where you live by going to their link at http://awana.org/club-finder.
North Central Montana Compassionate Friends
Bereavement support group for families
2nd Monday of each month
Fort Benton, MT
Corder Crop Care, 1312 Main St
Gail Allen - 406-739-4258
Monthly meeting for parents who have lost a child- providing support and encouragement -self help group.
Celebrate Recovery, a place for wounded people, meets every Friday night at 6 pm at Big Sky Fellowship, 8185 Avocet Dr. Dinner is provided. FMI call Dan at 406.437.2201.
Celebrate Recovery, meets every Friday night at 6 pm at Christian Assembly Foursquare Church, 1001 Cleveland St. FMI call Pastor Jerry White - 406.721.6888.
There is a suggested dinner donation but not required.
The Kalispell Healing Rooms is a Christian, nondenominational prayer ministry under the International Association of Healing Rooms. They are open one night a week for people to come with any prayer need they want to bring before God with a confidential prayer team. They are located at: 445 S. Main, second floor #206, and are open Thursdays 7-9 pm, no appointment necessary. FMI call 406.257.9694.
Operation Finally Home is a National non-profit building mortgage free homes for America's War Wounded and the Widows of The Fallen. The first of these homes being built in Wyoming is already underway. Your donations are needed to make this home and future homes a reality for our Veterans. For more information visit operationfinallyhome.org
Attn: Williston, ND
Celebrate Recovery Ministry meets each Thursday from 7-9 pm at New Hope Wesleyan Church. Childcare is provided upon request. For more information call 701.572.4673 or email email@example.com
. The program is designed to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process.
Magazines for Troops was formed to fill a common request by deployed troops - a need for reading material. We ship boxes of magazines to our deployed men and women who are serving America in Afghanistan and throughout the Middle East. But boxes don’t ship for free, and postage to serve 181 units is a constant battle – currently running over $2000 per month. $12.35 will ship a box containing apx. 40 magazines with a variety of titles to remind these brave warriors that they are not forgotten, and to put a smile on their faces! Will you help make our heroes smile? Donations are tax-deductable, and can be made by check or securely through Paypal at www.magazinesfortroops.com
. While you’re there, check out some of the testimonials from our troops. Another way you can help would be to place a magazine collection bin at your church or business. For more info, contact Donna at 261-9408. YOU can help make a difference!
Attn: Miles City
The Miles City Soup Kitchen is now serving homemade soup from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm - Monday through Friday. Anyone who is hungry, lonely, or just curious can come in for a bowl of soup. The Soup Kitchen is located at 210 S. Winchester in the VA building on 1st floor. The Soup Kitchen is a non-profit organization and if you are interested in volunteering services or donations, please call at 234-5013.
On any given night, nearly 600 U.S. Veterans will experience homelessness in Montana. At Volunteers of America-Independence Hall, 20 formerly homeless Veterans are working hard to get back on track and are seeking immediate full-time employment. With the support of Montana businesses and residents, we can work together to empower Veterans to get back on their feet. It is time we all give back. For information on how you can help a Veteran, please contact Volunteers of America at 406-259-5368. Or visit the web at www.voanr.org