About Our Church
Welcome to Mt. View!
Mountain View United Methodist Church is a community where we celebrate our differences and accept, affirm, and care for ALL.
Your race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, relationship status, socioeconomic background, age, religion, body shape, size, and developmental and physical abilities are beautiful to us.
We invite you to share and explore how faith can help us make our modern world a better place for every living creature.
We seek to build a vital and open community on Christ’s foundation.
Sunday Worship Times
8:30 am Service
This intentionally relational service includes a message, music led from the piano, and a special offering time in response to God’s Word — where all present can grow through communal, active and interactive activities. Occasionally, the Sanctuary Choir, Handbells, or other musical ensembles will share in worship.
9:30 – 10:30 am Koinonia
Acts 2:42 is the first time the word koinonia appears in scripture. It describes a deep, community fellowship, an opportunity for developing significant relationships. This time is designed to foster these relationships!
There’s opportunities for everyone: adult education classes, Inclusivity and Green Team presentations & discussions, choir rehearsal, young children’s music time, & more! Drop in for a minute or stay for the hour!
10:45 am Service
This service features the Sanctuary Choir, Handbells, organ, a time for children, and a sermon. Kids go to Christ’s Carousel for Sunday School every week except for first Sundays.
This Week’s Service
Peaks Pikes Peak UMW District Annual Gathering
Peaks Pikes Peak UMW District Annual Gathering Sept. 25, via Zoom Please save Saturday morning, Sept. 25, for the Peaks Pikes Peak UMW District Annual Gathering, via Zoom (8:30 am – 12:00 pm). Our theme for the meeting is: Knitted Together—Caring for Each Other in Community. We hope to meet as a group in Frasier
Join us to Make a Mt. View Green Earth Team Banner!
Join us to Make a Mt. View Green Earth Team Banner! On September 25 & 26, Green Faith International is offering faith communities an opportunity to create artful banners. The group is sending two artists/activists to our community to teach us how! Their hope is that these banners will help faith communities raise their voices
Weld County Ramblers Lead Worship
The Weld County Ramblers, a musical group led by Rev. Mark Heiss will be here to provide the worship services on September 26. Of this group, Rev. Skip Strickland wrote, “The Weld County Ramblers will through Bluegrass Gospel music, humor, and worship leadership. They offer an uplifting, toe tapping, heart felt opportunity for a congregation
Worship Workshop on September 26! After service at noon, lunch will be provided! Come one, come all! Looking for your ideas! Have you ever thought, “I can do that”? This brainstorming session is an opportunity for anyone in the church who has ever had an idea for how the Sanctuary can be decorated. Or ideas
Green Earth Team Book Discussion: Session 2
Join the discussion during Kononia Hour between the early and late services on Sunday, 9:30 – 10:30 am. Talks will be led by four longstanding members of our Mountain View Faith community and Green Earth Team. The first discussions will be a book study looking at Bill Gates’ book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: