Montana Synod Land Acknowledgement and Recognition of Indigenous Peoples
As the Montana/N. Wyoming Synod, we gather and live on the Creator’s lands that have been blessed and cared for by the people and ancestors of the Appsalooke/Crow, the Northern Cheyenne, the Salish Kootenai, the Niitsitapi/Blackfeet, the Assiniboine and Nakoda, the Chippewa and Cree, the Sioux, the Aaniih, and the Little Shell tribes and nations. We recognize and honor the many generations across time immemorial of Indigenous peoples who have lived in holy relationship with these lands long before us and continue to live among and alongside us. In this acknowledgement, we understand this is only a first step and that as we share this world, we must learn and do more to help realize healing and justice for Indigenous peoples, nations and tribes.
2023 Sermon Manuscripts
Weekly sermon manuscripts provided for use by leaders around the Montana Synod for use in your congregations! Posted by Saturday at noon weekly.
Recorded Sermon Archive
Montana Synod Changing Climate Taskforce
Northern Rockies Institute of Theology
Theological Education offerings, both in person and digital, from the Montana Synod.