What time do I arrive?
Plan to arrive 10 to 15 minutes prior to the beginning of any service. This will allow time to park, get into the building and find your location.
Is there parking available?
Yes. Parking is on the street in front of and across the street from the church.
Is the church handicap-accessible?
Partially. There is handicap accessibility to the sanctuary. There are no handicap-accessible restroom facilities.
What should I wear when I visit?
Our dress is casual. We know that you want to get into the park as quickly as you can. We encourage you to come dressed the way you’re going to dress for that day’s excursions.
How big is the church?
In the winter season the average attendance is 15 to 20 people. In the summer season attendance varies from 50 to 100 depending on the time of year. Summer attendance is related to YNP visitation.
What is the worship style at First Baptist?
Worship is informal. We encourage interaction in sharing blessings and concerns during the service. We want you to feel free to express your praise to God as you feel led. Music may vary some but is primarily traditional hymns.
Who goes to your church?
FBC seeks to model Christ’s love and acceptance to all people. Jesus excluded no one from his kingdom. We welcome anyone who comes to seek, serve and praise our Lord.
Can a visitor take communion?
It is the Lord’s table and all are welcome.
Are small children welcome?
Yes. For children under 5 years old we try to provide a special space for them during Bible study and worship. (Due to our limited membership, sometimes this is not possible.) Parents are welcome to leave them in this space or bring them into the sanctuary for worship if they prefer.
What should I do if I have more questions?
Please call our church office at 406.646.7570. If no one is available to take your call please leave your phone number and we will return the call. There is no one in the office on a regular basis. Please give us a day or two to respond.
What if I have need for a service dog?
We recognize the need of some individuals for a service animal. We welcome you and your service animal in our church.