Welcome to Mountain View!
A community with big hearts and big ministries, seeking to know Christ through worship, service, study, and fellowship.
In-Person Worship Starting December 6, 2020
This coming Sunday (December 6), we will begin offering in-person, indoor worship in the Sanctuary at 10:00 a.m. Each person (over the age of five) will be required to wear a mask, and we will have the seating spaced out so that we can respect social distancing. We will offer a nursery for infants and toddlers, and we will debut KidZone, a ministry for those in Kindergarten through 5th grade. We know that not everyone is comfortable coming back to church at this time, and we respect and honor that decision. We will still be offering our online services, although those will not be posted on Facebook, YouTube, or our church website until Sunday evening.
Family Christmas Kickoff!
Join us Sunday, December 6 from 2:00-4:00 on the field for crafts, treats, special visitors from Bethlehem, and more!
This is a weather permitting event so please check our website in case of rain.
Please note that masks and social distancing will be required.
Hand sanitizer will be provided at craft stations.
Christmas Eve Services
Join us on Christmas Eve (a Thursday this year) for a Christmas and Carols service at 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Both will feature traditional Christmas hymns and will conclude with the lighting of each person's candle (and for parents who don't feel comfortable with their child handling a candle, we will offer "glow sticks"). Our 5:00 service will be geared a bit more towards children, but people of all ages will be blessed by it (and likewise, kids at the 7:00 service will be blessed by that time together). Regardless of which service you attend, it will be a sacred, special, and memorable evening.
Online Service for November 29, 2020 with Dr. Joe McKechnie
Angels in Action Christmas Service Projects
The Mountain View Angels in Action are sponsoring several service projects to help our neighbors in need during the holiday season.
1) Collecting baby items for the Hope Center. For example, diapers, baby wipes, baby wash, or shampoo.
2) Collecting socks for the homeless.
3) Lastly, Collecting gift cards for families in need. For example, Target or Walmart gift cards in any amount.
If you're able to share in the love, please note: The size of your donation doesn't matter! Please don't wrap the items. New items only. Look for the collection boxes at the church. Deadline: December 13.