Welcome to Mountain View United Methodist Church
Below you will find information to help you get to know a little bit about us and what to expect when you visit Mountain View. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.
What Time Are The Services?
We have both a 9:30am and an 11:00am Service. Our 9:30am Crossfire Service provides a more contemporary style of service. Our 11:00am service provides a more traditional Methodist style service. PLEASE NOTE: SUMMER SCHEDULE BEGINNING JUNE 16, 2019: COMBINED WORSHIP SERVICE AT 10:00AM.
What Should I Wear?
Come as you are! You will see folks dressed in their Sunday best and you will see people in jeans and t-shirts.
Where should I Park?
The spaces directly in front of the church are meant for our guests and visitors. Both upper entrances will get you to the sanctuary. The side entrance gets you closer to the Fellowship Hall, offices, coffee, and bathrooms. The front entrance lands you right into the narthex or entrance to the sanctuary.
Where Should My Kids Go?
The Nursery is downstairs for infants and toddlers. Older children start off in the sanctuary and join us for the first few songs and then are invited up for a short children's message. After the message, your child is welcome to join the kids downstairs for Sunday School. Children are also welcome to stay with you during the service.
How Do I Get More Involved?
Make sure you subscribe to the weekly E-News so you're getting all of the latest announcements. Then, we suggest you find some groups to plug into at Mountain View. Join us for Wednesday night dinner at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. If you fall head over heels in love with us, join the church! Contact Pastor Rhoda to learn more.
What Do We Believe?
The United Methodist Church is a 12.3-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens minds and open doors through active engagement with our world.
John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as "practical divinity" has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today.
What else to Expect?
We are men, women, children, plumbers, electricians, businessmen and women, students, teachers, motorcycle riders, athletes, artist, young, and old, but most of all we are family. To dig in a little deeper, click the button!