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There are lots of Bible believing churches in central Montana. What makes Westside different?

We start with a conviction that the Bible must shape every aspect of our life. This is the fundamental way to honor the Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore we believe in things like God’s absolute sovereignty in salvation, a plurality of elders leading the church, a commitment to church discipline and peacemaking, and men being led by men. You can find out about all these distinctives by checking out our "about us" page.

Our Purpose Statement

We, the bride of Christ, exist by God's grace for his glory, the ultimate purpose of all we do. -Purpose statement of Westside Baptist Church, adopted July 26, 2005

The Good News

Christianity is all about Good News. However, there is a problem: a lot of folks think they are safe now; they think they are Christians. That’s because Christ’s Good News has been distorted. In reality, the Good News, starts with bad news. Every person is in great danger! In fact, every person is already so diseased the Bible calls us “dead.” But our Lord has paid the price to change us forever. So, who knows the joy of being changed? According to Jesus, only the few who discover His narrow gate and difficult way. Check out our “The Good News” page above to be challenged!

Bible Studies

Studying God's word together is very important, and at Westside we try to encourage each other to do just that. We have various Bible studies available during the week, and Sunday morning (please contact us for current schedule). For a full listing of our Bible studies, click here.


Our ladies and men's evening Bible studies start a new DVD series March 13 (for the women) and March 16 (for the men). You are invited to join us for Paul Tripp's study, "Jonah: You Can't Outrun Grace." Find out more information about the series here: http://jonah.paultripp.com/. Feel free to leave a message at our office for more details too.


Our Friday morning men's study will soon start reading 1 & 2 Samuel to learn from the life of King David. The Bible calls him "a man after God's own heart" (Acts 13:22). Join our men to grow in the same grace! Call our office for more information.

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