Help North Cheyenne community improve fire protection

July 16, 2015

The Rocky Mountain Conference of The United Methodist Church is partnering with United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe in Montana to buy a fire engine, build garages and send Volunteers in Mission to help improve the community's fire protection.


Partnering with the Northern Cheyenne community to build up their fire protection

In a continuing effort to build healing relationships with our indigenous brothers and sisters, the Rocky Mountain Conference is partnering with the Northern Cheyenne Tribe for community fire protection, as Bishop Elaine Stanovsky announced during the Annual Conference Session in June. The Northern Cheyenne are one of the tribes that suffered significant loss during the Sand Creek Massacre.


Help buy a fire engine & build garages for the Northern Cheyenne community with your tax-exempt gift

Online: Help with your tax-exempt gift

By mail: Send a tax-exempt donation with a check payable to “Rocky Mountain Conference, UMC” and a memo for “Northern Cheyenne Fire Protection”.

Rocky Mountain Conference, UMC
6110 Greenwood Plaza Blvd.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111


Learn more about the Northern Cheyenne Tribe

The Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation is located in present-day southeastern Montana, and is approximately 444,000 acres in size with 99% tribal ownership. We have approximately 10,840 enrolled tribal members with about 4,939 residing on the reservation.