Seeker's Harbor Faith Community is a network of small groups who focus on reaching out to those alienated from church, creating safe space and journeying together. We encourage, equip, and empower individuals to discover and share their unique ministry in their communities and beyond. Our groups have been gathering via zoom. We've had some "open air", distanced events - picnics, Longest Night Labyrinth Experience, a House Blessing, a Birth Certificate Burning Celebration(for a transgender woman) and our "Create" group met outside. 

We've helped local, homeless families get into stable housing, collected and distributed socks (for Sock-tober) and winterwear to the homeless in Billings. 

We've really missed gathering in person, sharing meals and hugging...but we are grateful that we're able to connect online! And, while some folks don't have access to the technology to participate, meeting online has increased our ability to stay connected with folks far away, including one participant who joins us from her new home in Panama! 

Thank you for your prayers as we forge ahead on this journey!

   A harbor is a place of protection, a stopping point to unload cargo, a spot to refuel. A safe place to refresh. In our communities you can refuel, reorient, restock, take on what you need.
  We support and encourage you along your path.

  •      Seeker's Harbor Faith Community is a spiritual ministry where seekers are mutually empowered to embark on our own spiritual journeys.
     

  •      Gatherings are small groups of up to ten people who gather in a casual setting - homes or public spaces. We don't have a building - we believe the "church" is people! Participants share a meal and conversation around a subject or shared interest, relating to their spiritual journey. We encourage each individual to share their authentic self, their story and experiences, in this safe, welcoming environment.

  •      We encourage questions and dialogue – most people feel comfortable asking questions and participating in a small group setting. We grapple with our own theological questions in community. The experience of God in our own lives and in community is more important than the words we use to describe that experience.

  •      We're part of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), but we welcome people from a wide range of theological perspectives. As Disciples of Christ, we affirm the teachings of Christ, but we don’t require everyone to accept them. We rely on testimonies, not tests of faith, and we affirm individual faith journeys.