Amy Woessner
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 9am – 1pm
Janna Lauver
Communications Coordinator
Mondays, 9:00 AM – 3:00PM
Tuesdays, 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM
Wednesdays, 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM
Thursdays, 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM
In her role as communications coordinator, Janna will produce ministry content, church activity weekly snapshots for members and provide internal/external communications for the church. This includes news announcements, posting on Facebook, editing the website and more. Janna joined the United Methodist Church as a middle school student. She graduated from Montana State University-Billings in 2004 with a BS in Public Relations before taking a couple corporate media/marketing jobs that caused her to rethink her career path. 
Ann Dickensheets
Senior Ministry & Music Ministry
Ann grew up in Boulder, Colorado, where she attended the University of Colorado, graduating with a BS in Biology. She taught middle and high school science before moving to Bozeman with her husband, David, and their children, Ben, Michael and Katie. She has worked for the church since 2000 as the Youth Group Coordinator and Campus Ministry Coordinator. In 2021 she began a new role as Student Success Advisor at MSU but continues to coordinator our Senior and Family Ministry programs and coordinate Sunday Morning Music!
Abbie Thompson
Youth Coordinator
Abbie is currently pursuing a Masters in Counseling at MSU, with hopes of ultimately earning a PhD in Psychology. She has spent her whole life working with young people and is eager to get to know all the new faces at BUMC. In the coming weeks, Abbie will be traveling around to deliver fun surprises to get to know our families and hear how BUMC can encourage, support, and help grow our young people through these weird and trying times. We will be looking for new ways to connect with each other and would love to have feedback on what is important for your family at this time.
Nicole Fuller
(208) 941-7268
Children’s Ministry
My name is Nicole Fuller and I am the new children’s coordinator for Pre-K through 5th grade. It is such an exciting opportunity to work with your church’s youth and I look forward to making an impact in how they view their role in the church community.
A little bit about me. I was a long standing member in the children’s and young adult choir and handbell groups at my previous church, The Cathedral of the Rockies FUMC in Boise, ID. I also worked as one of the children’s music teachers for a number of years and as the leader of musical worship at our satellite campus. Currently, I’m a student at Montana State studying nursing with an emphasis in pediatrics. I love working with kids and I believe building them up and encouraging them to find their passions in this world is the most impactful thing we can do for our future.
The most important part of church to me is the amazing community it builds and I’m very thankful to be a part of yours. If you have any further questions or would like to volunteer your time to come hang out with me and our amazing youth, do not hesitate to reach out to me for more information.
Aidan Fulton
Hello! I am Aiden Fulton, an 18 year old freshman at MSU studying business finance. I am also so excited to help out the church any way that I can.
Christian Garcia
Vickie Wilkinson
Missions Coordinator, 
Vickie hails from the very small town of Cowpens, South Carolina. No lie…google it for historical data. This southern gothic background prepared her well for a life of missions, travel and finally landing as Missions Coordinator at a Methodist church in Bozeman Montana!
She graduated from the University of South Carolina (BA Psychology) and much, much later graduated from Rockbridge Seminary. Vickie has been a Sunday School teacher, led Bible Studies, guided mission trips, and even helped start a church once! She is married to the love of her life, John, and they have daughters Carolyn and Sarah and a bevy of brilliant and talented grandchildren.
Her love of missions began as a child, alongside her dear Aunt Etrulia, who taught her the value of helping others in the name of Christ. Now she eagerly engages anyone and everyone in being the “light” of God in a hurting and broken world. It is all about the love. Missions, she believes, is the heart of the church. Whether walking in Crop Walk or walking the colonias of El Salvador…Vickie wants others to come walk alongside her on the greatest journey of all.