About this Location
Sidney is the Sunrise City of Montana and the county seat of Richland County. It is less than 10 miles away from the North Dakota border. The population is estimated to be around 6,500. The city lies along the Yellowstone River and is in proximity to the badlands of the Dakotas.
Sidney relies heavily on farming, ranching, and oil production for economic stability. The surrounding countryside is populated with many farms and cattle ranches, plus oil exploration activity. The area’s main cash crop is sugar beets, and Sidney is home to a sugar beet factory, built in 1925. The factory is the largest employer in the city, next to the Sidney Health Center and the Sidney Public Schools.
The area experienced an oil boom and bust in the late 1970s and early 1980s, bringing an influx of people to the town for a short period of time. Around the start of the 21st century, the town started experiencing another surge in oil exploration activity and the population has grown once again.
Sidney does not have a MTSBC church in this large Montana community. Our prayer is that a called planter would move to this area, pastor this community, and that God would raise up a new church.Start a Church Here