Adults

At Mountain View, we have many ways to get involved in a small group, Sunday School class, or Bible Study. We are continually adding new short-term small groups (usually consisting of six weeks or so.)

Sunday Study Groups 

Wednesday Night Class

Exploring the Bible: Wednesdays at 7:00 pm. Rotating studies led by Cheri Harwood:

Open Views

Meets Thursdays evenings at 6:30. Rotating Bible and book studies. All are welcome. Contact Mike Jahl:

Timemakers Bible Study

A weekly study for women that meets throughout the school year on Wednesdays at 10:00 am via Zoom. Join Timemakers for coffee, prayer, Bible study, and discussion. Contact Emille Cole at .

F.E.A.S.T Groups 

Friends Eating And Sharing Together! FEAST dinner groups are a great way to meet new people. Groups consist of 6 to 8 adults. Each person or couple in the group will host one dinner during a 6-month period. The host provides the entrée and devotion and the other guests provide an appetizer, salad, side dish, bread, and/or dessert. Signup information appears in the newsletter before new groups form every January and July. Contact Judy McCarty for more information. 

Angels in Action

A fellowship of women advancing the love of Christ through support of one another in service to our church and community. Our Mountain View Angels love to gather to work on special projects, to help the community, and to do outreach projects. Service projects include KSU C.A.R.E. (helping students at Kennesaw State dealing with homelessness or who may be struggling) and Women at Risk International. You will often find the Angels helping with all kinds of projects and meals around the church.  The Angels meet the first Thursday of the month at 10:00 am in the Fellowship Hall.  

Readers Anonymous

A women's book club led by Cheri Harwood:  . The list of books is agreed upon by participants and published at the beginning of each year. We meet to discuss each month's book.  The group is open to all. We typically meet the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall.  New members are always welcome!  Participants are responsible for obtaining their own reading materials.