A Home Away From Home

Luther’s Lodge is a home providing private bedroom/bathroom suites with shared living areas for any out-of-town guests receiving medical care or treatment for themselves or their family members. Here you are just five minutes away from both Billings’ hospitals and medical offices. You are welcome to stay as long as you need while medical care is being provided. 

Enjoy the comforts of staying in an actual home. Bring and store your own groceries to meet your dietary needs. If you want, make your own meals in the fully-equipped kitchen. Not in the mood to cook? You can order in, or pick up some carry-out cuisine from one of Billings great downtown restaurants, just minutes away. Then, take a break and enjoy your meal while sitting around the cozy dining room table. Relax in the living room, watch TV in the downstairs family room, use the free laundry facilities, or play with your kids in the yard. Make yourself at home! Free off-street parking is also available.

Luther’s Lodge, your “home away from home,” can help you find extra peace and comfort during stressful times. Staying here also helps your budget, saving you on common travel expenses such as hotel rates/taxes (typically $100/night/room), restaurants, and laundromats. And it HELPS US fulfill our mission: To serve medical patients and their families with an affordable and relaxing home during their hospital stay and treatments. The house offers physical and emotional respite during stressful times.

“I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”

Matthew 25:35

Stay With Us

Luther’s Lodge takes guests on referrals from area medical facilities. You will want to speak with your health care provider for that referral. If you know when you will be in Billings you may call the house manager at (406)256-5756 or visit/message us on Facebook to check availability or seek any assistance.

We have three suites, 5 rooms, at a cost of $50 per night per room. (Pictures in Photo Gallery below.)

Main Level:

  • Suite #1: Queen bed + room with 2 Twin beds with unattached bathroom
  • Suite # 2: Queen bed and en-suite bath

Downstairs:

  • Suite #3: Queen and 2 twin bed+ room with 2 Twin beds with unattached bathroom

Luther’s Lodge is a 501c(3) non-profit organization and operates primarily on the donations of individuals and local churches. Room rentals cover only a small portion of the operating income. Your tax deductible donation can be made here or mailed to: Luther’s Lodge, c/o St. John’s United Foundation, 2429 Mission Way, Billings, MT 59102.



Hear About Past Guest Experiences

Glenna

I am so thankful for the hospitality and loving kindness that everyone at Luther’s Lodge has shown to me during my husband’s hospitalization. As travelers from Virginia, we were welcomed with open arms and having this homelike facility available has been such a blessing. May God continue to bless each of you as you provide this help in a time of need.

Bev

“We love the homey atmosphere. I have stayed at Luther’s Lodge several times throughout the last two years. All these times I have had to stay many weeks. This last time, my husband and I were there for almost two months. The fact that it is so close to the medical facilities is great. The staff have been so kind to us, too. We have met some great people while staying there. Also, the wheel chair accessibility is so nice because we can have our son come to the home and just be with us for a few hours. Thank you for providing this incredibly blessed service.”

Kim

“Having that beautiful home to come to was so nice. Luther’s Lodge was a warm, welcoming light when life dealt me insecurities and the unknown!!! It provided me the security that I had a wonderful, safe place to sleep and feel the presence of our dear Lord Jesus!!! You are always in my thoughts and prayers and these words don’t even seem like enough. Thank you!”

Guest from Fort Peck, MT

“It was close to St. John’s to visit my husband in rehab. I enjoyed my visit!”


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FAQ

Who can stay at Luther’s Lodge? 

Anyone with a referral from a medical facility is welcome to stay at here. Luther’s Lodge does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

How do I check availability or ask questions? 

Call 406-256-5756 for the most updated status. If you reach the voicemail, please know that it is confidential.

Can I get on a waitlist?

We do take waitlist reservations; they can be made by calling 406-256-5756. When a suite opens up, we will call you to confirm your reservation.

Is free Wi-Fi available?

Wi-Fi is available throughout the home. Password provided during stay.

What parking options are available? 

Limited, complimentary off-street parking is available. Handicap parking is also available.

Is Luther’s Lodge handicap accessible?

We offer handicap parking and wheelchair access to the ground-level first floor. An electric chair lift is available for downstairs access. Bathrooms have grab bars.

Can I have a pet while staying at the Lodge?

Only required service animals allowed to stay with a guest family.

Can I come and go as I please?

Guest families are welcome to come and go as they please, but we ask that quiet hours be maintained between 10 PM and 7 AM. 

Do I need to bring my own blankets, sheets, pillows, etc.?

A complete set of bedding, towels, dishes/kitchen equipment, general laundry soap, and many typical household supplies and basic condiments are provided by the house for you to use during your entire stay. Free laundry facilities are available for you.

Does the Lodge allow people to smoke in their rooms?

There is no smoking anywhere in the house. However, there are designated smoking areas located outside.

What else does the Lodge provide?

We do our best to accommodate your needs where possible. If you have specific requests or questions please don’t hesitate to ask.


History And Luther’s Rose

Luther’s Lodge is named after the founder of the Lutheran religion, Martin Luther, who lived in Germany in the 1500’s. He and his wife Katherine were known for welcoming many guests and boarders into their home. We are blessed to be able to carry on this generosity for those who stay with us. 

A well-known symbol of our faith is Luther’s Rose, which dates back to the 1520’s. Luther explained that the red heart with the black cross at the center should remind us that the righteous live by faith in Christ the Crucified. The heart rests on a white rose to show that faith gives joy, comfort and peace. The rose is white, not red, because white is the color of heavenly spirits and angels. The white rose stands in a field of blue, the color of heaven, to show that joy in the spirit and in faith in this life is only the beginning of future heavenly joy. Surrounding the sky-blue field is a gold ring to show that happiness and joy in heaven has no end but lasts forever, just as gold is the highest, most noble and precious metal.