For many Montanans, Easter Sunday meant attending a church service and family feast.
And at the Saint James Episcopal Church, the scene was no different.
The church's liturgy, music, scriptures and sermon usually center around remembering and worshipping the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
But this Easter Sunday, Father Clark said he took the message in a new direction.
"It was about our responsibility as Christians- how we live into the resurrection" he said. "It's not just about looking back to that day and get stuck worshipping that day. We worship a living Lord Jesus, and he's asked us to be his hands and feet- and we've got work to do. And so that's what we try to focus on."