Thank you for your interest in Frontier Missions and the Rocky Mountain District! We believe that you did not get here by accident. Whether you are looking to answer the call of God on your life and are looking for the right opportunity, or simply looking to join us in prayer, we are excited to partner with you to reach the harvest fields in Wyoming, Utah, and Montana. The need is great, but we believe that with your help we will be able to preach the gospel to every single hungry soul in every single city.
Interested in learning more about what makes the Rocky Mountain District a unique missions field? Go here to read more.
Want to start your own Frontier Missions church? Check out this list of target cities waiting for someone to answer the call and join us in praying that God will send them.
Interested in opportunities to join and help a church in the Rocky Mountain District? Check this out, and check back often as new opportunities are constantly being added.
Not ready to launch your ministry yet, but want to experience the Frontier Missions field? Apply here to be considered for an internship in the Rocky Mountain District.
Population: 1.104 Million
Target Cities: 17
Famous for its Big Sky views, mountain ranges and outdoor recreational opportunities, Montana is also home to seven Native American reservations and twelve tribes. There is a great need for not just new churches but for additional ministers to come alongside the existing churches to help them reach their harvest fields. There are many communities that are over 100 miles from the closest church.
Population: 3.338 Million
Target Cities: 33
Utah has historically been one of the most challenging harvest fields in the United States. In a state that has been predominately Mormon, the call is waiting for those are who are not afraid, but instead are passionate about presenting the truth and gospel in the face of a challenge. There are multiple metro areas of over 100,000 people with no church.
Target Cities: 14
Wyoming embraces its cowboy culture and heritage like no other state. A strong streak of independence is embraced by and defines its residents. The least populated of the three states that make up the Rocky Mountain District, Wyoming is still in desperate need for more churches to effectively reach its cities and communities.