Faith Leader Letter of Support for Montana Jewish Project
As a faith leader in Montana, I wish to express my support for the Montana Jewish Project.

The Montana Jewish Project (MJP) will serve as a statewide center for education about Judaism. This will enhance the lives of Jews and non-Jews in our cultural learning. Additionally, the work of MJP to combat anti-Semitism in Montana is a vital step in ensuring justice in our communities.

In 1891, at the dedication of Temple Emanu-El, members of many faith traditions from throughout the state joined together to mark the ceremony. Now in 2021-2022, we, the undersigned faith leaders, support the building returning to Jewish life for the first time since 1935. Returning this historic synagogue building to Jewish use continues Montana's long tradition of including different religions and cultures in Montana.


Rev. Daniel Viehland, East Helena UMC and Townsend UMC, East Helena and Townsend
Kimberly Schultz, Trinity United Methodist Church, Whitehall, MT
Rev. Laura Folkwein, Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ, Bozeman, Montana
Jack Mattingly, Chinook UMC/Harlem Yoked Parish, Chinook & Harlem
Laura Jean Allen, First Christian Church, Helena
Dea Sharp, Pikes Peak United Methodist Church, Colorado Springs, CO
The Rev. Kelly Murdock-Billy, The United Methodist Churches in Shelby, Sunburst and Valier, Montana
Rev. Charles Wei, Plymouth Congregational Church, Helena
Bishop Laurie Jungling, Montana Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Great Falls MT
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