Spiritual Life programming is more than chapel and Bible studies. Gather with others, find support and community, ask questions and discuss new ideas, and put faith into action. Just show up!
Stop by the Cookie Table in front of the Bair Family Student Center building every Monday from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. for smiles and sweet treats. This is a great place to hang out, to find support, and to ask questions. We’ll start the semester with pre-packaged goodies to make sure we keep everybody safe!
Drop by the Chapel On Wednesdays to explore how mindfulness, stress management, spirituality, prayer, art and music, and other practices can enhance your wellbeing during difficult times. Drop by whenever your schedule allows.
Check out the “Not Your Typical Bible Study.” This small group is perfect for those who have doubts or are unfamiliar with the Bible. We plan to meet in the Chapel on Wednesdays at 2:00pm, but online and virtual Bible Study reflections and discussions will also be offered!
Peanut Butter & Jelly Time
Help make PB&J sandwiches for the homeless each Thursday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. We’ll plan to have tables set up outside or in the tent. We’ll even have gloves and masks to keep our sandwiches safe for the vulnerable persons assisted by our community partners! This is an easy way to put faith into action and to make a difference!
Fun and Faith
Watch for Crafts for a Cause about once a month! Help make crafts, health kits, fleece tie blankets, and enjoy snacks and random chaos! We donate what we make to benefit our community partners.
Feel Good Fridays and Lunch & Learn
Hang out during “Feel Good Friday.” If we are able, the Chapel will be “open” beginning at 11:00 a.m. for informal and creative activities, crafts, games, and snacks. Relax and talk with others.
This year, Chapel reflections, Bible Study, and prayers will be offered on YouTube and Facebook!
The Chapel is located on the lower level of the Bair Family Student Center, and the Chaplain’s Office is located in the back corner of the Chapel. If you are interested in helping plan Chapel, or have questions about churches or places of worship in the Billings community, please contact Chaplain Kim Woeste.
The Chapel can be a quiet place to study and a great place to hang out and relax. You are also welcome to stop by the office anytime for conversation – or chocolate!
In addition to the Spiritual Life programs offered by the Chaplain’s Office, Rocky Mountain College welcomes other groups to help meet RMC’s diverse spiritual needs...
Coexist: Be Yourself Together is an interfaith student-led group. If you are looking for a place to connect within or without a faith tradition, this group might be right for you! Details about activities will be available soon.
InterVarsity: InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Rocky Mountain College is a student group who encourages each other in their Christian faith. RMC’s InterVarsity chapter is part of the national InterVarsity organization. InterVarsity hosts a variety of Bible Studies and other activities.
Catholic Campus Ministry: Last year, several Catholic students formed their own club. They attended Mass together and also gathered occasionally for conversation. This year, staff at St. Patrick Co-Cathedral are available for support!
To find out more about these and other Spiritual Life opportunities, contact Kim:
Facebook: “Rocky Chaplain”