Peter Zipp  –  Pastor
Peter Zipp is the Lead Pastor of Outdoorsmen Church. His wife, Johanna, is the co-worship leader. Peter and Johanna were born and raised in Texas and have been married since 1993. They have three adult sons.

You can contact him by calling the church number 406-626-4168, or by emailing him at
Johanna Zipp  –  Co-Worship Leader
Johanna has always had a love of music, from piano lessons during elementary school, playing clarinet all through junior high and high school, and participating in church and youth group choirs. She sang in front of people for the first time in 5th grade at the urging of her mother for the elementary school talent show, singing “Bridge Over Troubled Water” while her mother accompanied on piano. She has always enjoyed being a part of worship teams, and loves finding harmony, but God stretched her out of her comfort zone when in 2017 He called her to be the worship leader. Although nerves are always present, and you’d be hard pressed to get her to talk much in front of others, she loves to sing praises to the Lord and counts it a privilege to be co-worship leader with Andy Thomas.
Andy Thomas  – C0-Worship Leader
Andy grew up having a natural ear for music. What started as just taking piano lessons all throughout grade school turned into developing perfect pitch. That God-given gift really manifested itself when he was halfway across the world on a mission trip in Brazil. It was during that trip he picked up a guitar and discovered how to put fingers, strings, and notes together to form chords for the very first time with hardly any guitar exposure prior to that moment. From that moment on, he pursued this new found passion by taking lessons for about a year before he went on his own. Many opportunities then started to present themselves. From performing special songs at church to leading his very own youth group in praise & worship, God was preparing him for something far greater than he could ever imagine. After coming to Outdoorsmen Church on a summer internship in 2016, Andy felt God calling him to come back to Outdoorsmen Church for a yearlong internship. He wanted to be faithful and serve, but just did not know what that was and what it would look like. Once again, opportunities presented themselves and he joined the worship team as a secondary guitar player during that internship. But it was in 2019 when God had other plans and called him to be the primary guitar player for the worship team. That turned into co-worship leader in 2020 and he enjoys every moment getting to glorify God alongside Johanna Zipp and the rest of the worship team.
Jennifer White  –  Co-Children’s Director
Jennifer has always had a love for working with children, from working at her mom’s daycare to nannying in high school, then volunteering for children’s church while in college and Young Life during college, and now co-children’s director along side Beth. She loves seeing children’s excitement when learning about something new and what better than when a child learns who God is and how much He loves him/her. The excitement, joy, and yes sometimes chaos is part of what draws her to being a part and co-leading Outdoorsmen Church’s, children’s program. God has a plan for each child who steps through the doors at Outdoorsmen and Jennifer desires to be a part of His plan.
Jacob Zipp  –  Technologies Manager/IT
Jacob studied for two years at the Missoula College. In 2020, he graduated with an Associates of Applied Sciences in the field of Networking and Cybersecurity. Since then he has been working full time, and working at the church in an IT capacity. He is also one of our drummers on the worship team.
Casey Denny  –  Bookkeeper and Office Manager
Tyna Pimentel  –  Kitchen Coordinator
Hello my name is Tyna M Pimentel. I learned to cook for large groups by my mom and when the kitchen here at outdoorsman needed a fresh face I felt called to help out and start serving my church family.
Stephen and Jennifer White  –  The Way Outside
Stephen finds himself enjoying life the most when outside in God’s creation. From hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, backpacking and now cutting firewood Stephen’s desire to serve the Lord and love on people is done outside. In 2017, The Way Outside began as an organization geared toward youth by providing informational outdoor seminars on topics such as Turkey calling, Bear awareness, and including hunting camps. Stephen’s vision of The Way Outside and God’s vision of The Way Outside were a little different. As Stephen prayed and continued to ask God for guidance The Way Outside changed from the youth outdoor seminars to a firewood and food ministry. God has given Stephen a passion for hunting and firewood cutting and providing people in the community in need with food and free firewood. God has called Stephen along with his family to serve the Frenchtown community by providing firewood to keep people warm and food to those who are hungry.