Headwaters Covenant Church

LOVE, TRUTH, ACTION, TOGETHER Helena, MT
Headwaters Covenant Church

Plan Your Visit

Address
1030 Choteau St
Helena, MT 59601-2447

Phone
(406) 324- 7273

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

Headwaters is a community of authentic people with a vision to be a Church that ENGAGES in worship that glorifies God. That EQUIPPS one another to love like Jesus in a broken world. That EMBODIES shalom and hope in every influance of life.

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Friendly, Young families, Down to Earth, Creative, Spirit-filled, Neighborhood-focused

Programs
Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Missions, Nursery

Music
Contemporary, Singer-Songwriter

Denomination
Evangelical Covenant Church

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
2009

Contact

Address
1030 Choteau St
Helena, MT 59601-2447

Phone
(406) 324- 7273

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
We'll sing-The band is mostly acoustic and very groovy. We sing contemporary songs, songs written by our musicians, as well as some great historic hymns and songs We'll pray-We worship the true and living God who hears the prayers of His people We'll hear from Scripture-We will read it, preach from it, sing it and seek to live it! We'll take communion-It is open to all who desire to participate We do have childcare for children up to four years of age. We encourage children over the age of five to attend the worship service with their parents What should I wear? Dress is casual. Come as you are! After the Service we'll have coffee, tea, and refreshments downstairs in the Fellowship Hall-we'd love to get to know you more!

What is the community like?
We are loving, welcoming and desire to have you be a part of our community!

What if I'm not a Christian?
Our desire for believers and non-believers is that in participating with us you will find forgiveness for the past, power for the present and hope for the future. All are welcome!

Leadership

Seth  Dombach

Seth Dombach

At age 19 I found myself working at Glen Eyrie, the Navigators conference center in Colorado Springs. One day while eating lunch I dropped my drugs out of my pocket and thought that I would surely be fired. Instead, one of the chefs shared his testimony with me and told me that they were going to give me a second chance. That was the first time in my life that I had experienced love and grace like that. I began the search of what kind of things would make people act like those I was working with. I ended up meeting with some co-workers in a discipleship relationship and made a commitment to follow and be in relationship with Jesus. The job and those discipleship relationships continued for 4 years. Following my years at Glen Eyrie I went to a year of Bible School with Torchbearers/Capernwray in Estes Park, Colorado. After that year I joined the staff of a new Torchbearers Bible School called Timberline Lodge in Winter Park, Colorado. That is where I met my wife Rachel and where our first son Isaiah was born. We were on staff at Timberline for just over 4 years when we got the call to go to Seminary. Isaiah was just about to be born and we had no church affiliation so we decided to look at Seminaries close to where our families lived. Lucky enough for me my in-laws lived in Northwest Washington and so I decided to attend Regent College in Vancouver for my MDiv. The call to ministry. I don’t think there is one thing I look back on in the last 14 years and would have dreamed that that is what God had planned for me. I see my whole experience as God doing “exceedingly abundantly above all that I could ask or imagine” (Eph 3:20). I could write essays on my call to go to Ravencrest Bible School with no money...and how God provided. Or the call to be a part of a team to plant a new Bible School with zero experience...and how God made it flourish. Or the call to Seminary with no undergraduate degree...and how God opened the door. Or the call to church plant and pastor a church with no prior experience...and how God is moving. Rachel and I took a week to pray about Seminary being the next step that God might have for us. With confirmation from God, family and friends we took the step of faith to move to the Northwest and get ready to attend Regent College. I did not go to Regent or apply for the MDiv program thinking the pastorate as the end goal. I had read Nehemiah 8 and heard from God that he wanted me to help the ordinary people understand His Word. My experience was in para-church ministry, so in my mind I was further equipping myself for that type of ministry. That was until I met Professor/ Pastor Darrell Johnson. He was one of many reasons I was excited to go to Regent College. One summer I took Rachel out on what I thought was an awesome date night. We went to listen to Darrell give a public lecture at Regent. Afterwards, when I introduced Rachel to Darrell he looked at her and said, “this man is going to make a great pastor.” WHAT DID HE SAY? That was after my first semester at Regent and through the next years of school, local ministry and pastoral internships God had confirmed what Darrell said to Rachel that night. I would have never imagined that this would have lead us to partner with the Evangelical Covenant Church or to church plant. Now as I pray over the fear and anxiety I have over this calling I pray Ephesians 3:7-12! How did we get here to Helena to pastor Headwaters Covenant? Imagine hearing a story that can only come together through God's perfect orchastration while you are drinking some really good coffee across the table from me. I would love to share more of my story with you as I listen to yours. Let's connect.

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