Religious LifeStudents at Worship, Outdoor Chapel

The Campus Ministry & Spiritual Life program, under the guidance of the chaplain and with the assistance of the Interfaith Council, invites students, faculty, and staff to explore and develop their spiritual and religious lives. The chaplain's office at Rocky Mountain College offers a variety of programs and services for all students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni.

  • Cookie Table on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Center
  • Weekly Bible studies and gatherings for discussion and fellowship
  • An open chapel for prayer or meditation
  • Regular chapel services and worship opportunities
  • Information on local congregations and religious groups in Billings
  • Occasional special events, lectures, and retreats
  • Programs focusing on spirituality, interfaith dialogue, and religious diversity
  • Student support & compassion
  • Opportunities for spiritual growth, service, and faith exploration

The chaplain, an ordained Christian minister, is available to all members of the RMC community, regardless of religious affiliation, spiritual need, or denomination. All are welcome to attend programs and services.

Students in the Outdoor Chapel for Worship at Orientation

The chapel is located on the lower-level of the Bair Family Student Center. The chaplain's office is located in the Southwest corner of the chapel and is accessed through the chapel. Rocky Mountain College also has an outdoor chapel, which is used for worship in the autumn and spring.

In addition to the programs offered by the chaplain's office, RMC has campus groups that welcome any and all newcomers. For more information about these groups, please click on the links provided.

Dan Hargrove is the advisor for the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IV). The group meets weekly, Mondays at 7:30 PM in the Chapel (unless otherwise noted). Mary K. Williams is the Catholic Campus Minister for Billings. The group consists of students from both Billings campuses and participates in a variety of activities and programs, in partnership with St. Pius X Church of Billings. The group typically meets on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. 

Denominational or religious groups may be formed by students with the assistance of the chaplain. Staff and faculty members may advise these groups or a leader may be available from the Billings community.

If you would like information about additional programs sponsored by local churches or campus staff, please email the chaplain's office for contact information.

Contact Information

Kim Woeste, Chaplain
Phone: 406.657.1098
Office: Bair Family Student Center 14