SCATTERING

THE OTHER 6 DAYS

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.


UPCOMING SCATTERING EVENTS

 

Helena Ales For Trails - May 19th 2017

Helena Ales for Trails is about contributing to the Helena community by raising funds for the Helena trail system.  This year’s event will benefit the Peaks to Creek Initiative, proposed by the Prickly Pear Land Trust. This trail will connect Spring Meadow Lake State Park and the Centennial Trail to Tenmile Creek, Ft. Harrison, and the VA Hospital. This trail will serve as a recreational opportunity for kids and families in the surrounding neighborhoods, provide a safe commuter route for nearly 1500 employees at the Fort and VA, and allow water access for veterans and individuals with disabilities at the neighboring facilities. Last year, Ales for Trails raised over $20,000 to benefit Centennial Trail. 

The event itself is led by a consortium of community leaders from a variety of sectors - called the Ales Blender.  We’re proud to partner with local businesses, city and county government, and private citizens to host Helena Ales for Trails.  The 7th Annual Helena Ales for Trails is scheduled for Friday, May 19th from 3pm to 9pm. The event will be held in downtown Helena at Pioneer Park, which is located at 120 South Last Chance Gulch. 

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Want to serve the community with us?
We’re excited for your interest in actively becoming a part of the Helena Community by giving your time and energy at Ales. Because Ales needs over 100 individuals serving throughout the day, there are many ways in which volunteers can get involved. Ales would not be the great experience and amazing festival it’s become without dedicated and hard-working volunteers helping to make it happen every step of the way.

Volunteer roles include;

  • Set Up
  • Tear Down
  • Main Entrance
  • Exit Gates
  • Pourers
  • Ticket Table
  • Merchandise Table

To sign up or to obtain a volunteer information sheet, please contact hannah@narratechurch.org

 

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 familieswithheart.org or email familieswithheart@gmail.com

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