Ministries

As we go forward in our serving of God, we at First Presbyterian Church in Butte have come to organize themselves into various Ministries. These are emphases that help us as a church to grow in our faith, rear our children in the faith and seek to communicate God’s love to the world – both in Butte and around the globe. By doing this, we hope to be found faithfully serving our Lord Jesus Christ upon His return. When you become a part of our church fellowship you will be given various opportunities to join into this work of God’s Church – and you, by your obedience to the Holy Spirit will be led to the Ministry that God has for you.


  • Teaching and Fellowship
    • Children’s Ministry
    • Youth Ministry — see more information about our Youth Ministry
    • Adult Education
    • Women’s Ministry
    • Men’s Bible Study

  • Service and Outreach
    • Service
    • Outreach — In addition to supporting the Missionaries and their families listed below – First Presbyterian Church has also worked to listen to God’s call upon our local congregation to “go out”into the world, whether that is through local, national or international efforts:
      • Locally (here in Butte, MT) our members and ministry groups seek to help out financially and with feet on the ground at: The Butte Rescue Mission, the Butte Food Bank, New Hope Pregnancy Clinic, The Ronald McDonald house, Safe Space, and with the Beautify Butte community efforts.
      • Nationally: FPC has sent out teams and individuals to work within Native American contexts, the Hurricane Katrina clean-up efforts (2005), as well as work done in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma’s Food Bank work.
      • Internationally; FPC has sent out short term teams and individuals to minister in Puerto Penasco, Mexico – building AMOR houses (2001); in the Yucatan Peninsula doing dermatological clinic work with Global Health Outreach (2010); in Chennai, India doing general health check-ups and screenings (2012); and in Ulan Bator, Mongolia in a medical education effort (2014).

  • Missions

  • Missionaries
    • Mark Hare/ Jenny Bent Family working in Haiti and Dominican Republic
    • Paul and Janet McLarren who with Wycliffe Bible Translators
    • Cezar Carhuachin in Columbia
    • Bob and Kristi Rice in The Congo

called to follow; sent to serve