Church,  when you hear the word what comes to mind?  We think about Gathering and Scattering.  We gather on Sundays to wrestle with topics like relationships, dating, marriage, parenting, vocation, money and the many emotions that come with living. Every Sunday we create experiences intended to engage and challenge – no matter what you believe about God, Jesus and the Bible.

We're honored to gather at  Grandstreet Theatre in downtown Helena (325 N. Park Ave).  You can also learn more about Grandstreet Theatre Company by visiting

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Sunday gathering times are 9.00 and 10.30am.

What can you expect at a Sunday experience?  Every week we start with a handful of songs led by our excellent band of musicians. After about 15 minutes of music, one of our pastors teaches for 35 minutes and we almost always conclude with another song.  Our gatherings last for 60 minutes. Great coffee and tea is free and available to everyone in attendance.

Narrate Kids provides age appropriate experiences for infants thru 5th graders.  For more specific information (class breakdown, security, etc.) about Narrate Kids please click the Narrate Kids link at the top of the page.

Scattering is born of our calling and desire to matter, to narrate God's story to our community by the way we serve. Scattering is about the other 6 days. Learn more about Scattering by clicking the Scattering link at the top of the page.

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We’re serious about being the kind of the church that exists for the benefit of its non-members… to the extent that the most ardent critic of Christianity would be bummed if we suddenly ceased to exist. We seek to make this happen both by validating the opportunity to serve people in our everyday, organic lives as well as by coming together once every month to serve on a large-scale, community wide level.  We call these community serving events “Scattering” opportunities.



Many, if not most of our daily activities can be shared. Living a life that includes more people enriches us all! We think we can do a better job at helping you all meet each other. So, this summer, scattering is going to look a little bit different. You will have the ability and creativity to make it what you want. Using one platform, we want to help you form community, right where you are. 

We are launching a brand new hashtag on Instagram that is #popuphelena. We want you to be able to use this tool to create relationships as you live your everyday lives. As you go about your daily activities, look for ways to invite others. Simply take a picture of the activity you are doing, write a few details in the caption, and post to Instagram, using the #popuphelena. Now anyone else following this tag will be able to see your activity and join you! Make sure your profile is public, so others can view your post. Use this to invite others along on a hike, hanging out at Alive at 5, going to see a movie, helping a friend move, volleyball game at the park, etc. 



Families With Heart is dedicated to improving the lives of disabled children and families in the underdeveloped country of Ecuador. The mission is to coordinate donations from sponsor families and direct the funds to specific needs of disabled children.

Families With Heart is seeking sponsorships of disabled/special needs kids. Sponsorships involve a minimum 3-month commitment of $30/month. General donations are also accepted. Funds are used for the specific needs of the disabled child/adult and may be directed toward physical, occupational, and speech therapies; medications; or basic needs if they are currently unmet. Sponsors/donators will be updated on progress every 6 months.

To become a sponsor or to find out more information about Families With Heart, you can;

Visit the website or email

Or you can contact  Noreem Oleary | 406.461.9129 or Theresa Huschka | 406.861.4970



We work hard at a lot of things; our careers, hobbies, marriages, and image demand great effort.  One thing easily overlooked is our spirituality and the work required to grow into a person of deep character and connection to God.  

Enter Advent.  Over the last 2000 years, various people have relied upon Advent to make the 4 weeks leading up to Christmas an intentional time of focus and growth.  Topics such as gratitude, patience, humility, and joy are contemplated in the hope that December would be a time of growth.

This year we’re observing Advent together by spending our Sunday gatherings thinking about gratitude, patience, humility, and joy.  You’ll also be invited to take part in your own daily Advent readings through a book entitled Advent for Everyone: A Journey with the Apostles by N.T. Wright.  

Whether you participate in the daily readings or the Sunday experiences or both, our hope is that keeping the preparatory season of Advent helps you to stay focused and recover something of the mystery and excitement of Christmas.

You’re invited to join us for a series called Advent this Sunday at 9 or 1030am downtown at Grandstreet Theatre.

Gratitude or Religion that Bugs Jesus - December 2nd

Patience or - December 9th

Humility or - December 16th

Christmas Eve @ the Civic Center - December 24th @ 3pm  


A place for kids to discover Jesus, make friends and serve others. In Narrate Kids (NK), we want kids to experience Jesus while having lots of fun! We have age appropriate activities for kids in a safe, caring, and engaging atmosphere. NK serves ages 6 weeks-5th grade and is held during Narrate's weekly Sunday Gatherings (9.0o and 10.30am) at Grandstreet Theatre, Grandstreet Studio and 326 Fuller. Our goal is to join with parents/guardians to help their children discover and navigate a relationship with God, make lasting friendships and experience serving others.



  • Ages 6 weeks-3 years old.

  • Safe, fun, loving age-appropriate teaching and care.

  • Located downstairs at Grandstreet Theatre.


  • The room has a live feed of the upstairs gathering.

  • A calm, comfortable place to serve parents with their small children (if their children are unable to go to NK or sit quietly in the adult gathering).

  • Located downstairs at Grandstreet Theatre, across from the Nursery/Toddler area.


  • Ages 3 years and older (potty-trained).

  • Fun, hands-on lessons, activities and music.

  • Located across Grandstreet Theatre’s east side parking lot in Grandstreet Studio.


  • Music and fun activities that use the five senses through small and large group experiences.

  • Located behind Grandstreet Theatre at 326 Fuller.


  • Music and engaging activities, with both small and large group experiences.

  • Located behind Grandstreet Theatre at 326 Fuller.

4th-5th GRADE

  • Relational, fun activities, games and music with both small and large groups.

  • Located behind Grandstreet Theatre at 326 Fuller.



  • CHECK IN #1 - Across from Nursery & Toddlers area in the lower level of Grandstreet Theatre.

  • CHECK IN #2 - Behind Grandstreet Theatre at 326 Fuller Ave.

Upon checking your child in, you will receive a security tag that has a number on it (ex. G500). If you see that number appear on the upper right-hand corner of the screen whilst you are attending the gathering, please return to your child's classroom. Kids can be checked in at either of the above locations.


You must present a matching number tag to your child upon pick-up. Please pick up your children within 10 minutes after the gathering.


We are committed to providing our families with a safe and secure experience. Every volunteer working in Narrate Kids has gone through a background check and application/interview process to ensure that your children will be in safe, loving environment.


For Narrate Nursery, please contact For Narrate Kids, please contact 





High School students (9th-12th grade) hang out on Wednesday nights, enjoying a tasty dinner and conversation at either Mike and Kelsey Tommerup's house (733 East Broadway) and Hannah and Scott Drga’s house (1365 Ranchview Rd). They gather the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesday night of every month from 6.30pm – 8pm. 

High school is led by Mikey & Kelsey Tommerup, Hannah & Scott Drga, and Colleen Martin. 




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Middle School students (6th-8th grade) gather at 326 Fuller St. Doors open at 6.45pm (not before) and we're asking you please pick your student up at 8.15pm.  For the sake of leaders, we need all students picked up no later than 8.30pm.  Middle School gatherings will be the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays of every month - same time and place. 

Middle School  is led by Nathan & Jill Bilyeu, Troy & Roxanne Shockley.






  • We believe…the Bible is the verbally inspired Word of God and without mistakes as originally written. It is the complete revelation of His will for salvation and the only unfailing rule of faith and practice for the Christian life.

  • We believe…in one God, Creator of all things, eternally existing in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and these three are co-eternal and of equal dignity and power.

  • We believe…in the deity of Jesus Christ; His miraculous conception by the Holy Spirit; His virgin birth; His sinless life; His substitutionary death on the cross, His bodily resurrection; His ascension to the right hand of the Father; and His imminent return.

  • We believe…man was created by and for God; that by man’s disobedience every person incurred spiritual death, which is separation from God, and physical death as a consequence; and that all people are sinners by nature and practice.

  • We believe…the Lord Jesus Christ died for our sins and that all who believe in Him are declared righteous because of His sacrificial and substitutionary death and are, therefore, in right relationship with God.

  • We believe…in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit indwelling all believers and thus enabling and empowering the life and ministry of the believer.


We define the win in three ways:

1. It’s a win when individuals put their faith in Jesus and express their faith through baptism.

2. It’s a win when we matter to Helena, especially when we matter to non-Christians in tangible ways.

3. It’s a win when individuals who are otherwise disinterested, disengaged, disillusioned or disconnected experience a Sunday gathering and then return the following weeks.


If you’re looking to plug in around Narrate, serving on Sunday morning is the way to do it! We have many options in many different areas and can accommodate most schedules. Our Gathering Teams include the Tech Team, the Band, Narrate Kids Team, and the Host Team. If you would like to learn more about serving on one of these teams, please fill out an info card or swing by the Scattering Board in the lobby. There you can also learn more about serving on Wednesday nights with Sketch (Middle School) or Tuesday nights with Non-Fiction (High School).


We have a team of people who pray over the requests that are submitted at our Sunday Gatherings. If you would like to join this team and receive weekly emails with prayer requests, or if you have a prayer request you would like our team to pray over you can email


Giving is one of several ways to support the vision of Narrate Church and to help us make a tangible difference in the Helena community and beyond. If you’re using this page to give, Thank You!  It’s a privilege telling God’s story with you.




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Office Address: 15 W 6th Avenue – 2nd Floor, Helena, MT 59601

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