Jason Woodworth started coming to Columbia Bible Baptist Church in 2001 under the leadership of Ed Henson. Jason completed Bible College with an Assoicates Degree in Theology, Bible, and Music. Jason served as music leader for many years until he left for Anchor Boys Academy to serve there for 2 years.
Jason met Sonya in 2009 in a small town called Conestee at a wedding where his brother, Buck was getting married to Sonya's friend. Jason and Sonya courted and were married later that same year and later moved back to Montana and served in the church as Assistant Pastor.
Jason continued to serve Columbia Bible Baptist as Assistant Pastor. Jason became Pastor of Columbia Bible Baptist in November of 2021 when Ed Henson retired. Jason loves digging into the Bible to find new, exciting things from a book that is alive.
A Welcome from our Founding Pastor
In today's hurried life-style there never seems to be enough hours in a day. Days, weeks, months, and years seem to just start running together and time passes. Work, business, family responsibilities and social events seem to overwhelm our time.
These things are important, but there is a great need to focus on things that matter in the long term, like Faith, Family, and Friends.
That is why we at Columbia Bible Baptist Church put so much emphasis on these things, Faith,Family,and Friends. They are the things that last and that REALLY matter.
Our church family welcomes and gives you a heartfelt invitation to you and your family to come and practice your Faith, with us each week at Columbia Bible Baptist Church. See you Sunday....
- Pastor Ed Henson
"Thou art worthy, O Lord, to recieve glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created."
We are an Independent Baptist Church
We are Bible Believing
We believe in Salvation by Grace through Faith
We believe the Rapture happens before the Tribulation begins.
We believe on the literal and physical coming of our Lord Jesus Christ at His Second Coming
"I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in one ."