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 are building a dynamic and sacred Christian community, whose purpose is to transform ourselves, invite others, and with God’s help, serve the world around us.
Sundays at Mt. View
Adult Classes and Special Speakers
Children’s Activities in Barker Hall
Children’s Sunday School
Coffee, Goodies, & Fellowship
Recorded worship services are available each Monday morning at 8:00 am on our Youtube page
This Week’s Service
It’s Not Easy Being Green: A Webinar with Bishop Karen Oliveto
It’s Not Easy Being Green: A Webinar with Bishop Karen Oliveto Sunday, October 2, 7:00 – 8:00 pm Join us as the Bishop hosts a gathering/webinar to explore what our Mountain Sky Conference and larger UMC denomination are building to address the urgency of our climate crisis. Watch online at mtview.org/green-zoom. Want to learn more
Presentation on Individual Disaster Preparedness/Resilience
Presentation on Individual Disaster Preparedness/Resilience Wednesday, October 11, 7:00 – 8:30 pm Sign up at mtview.org/sign-up Attend in person or online at mtview.org/disaster All are welcome to attend an evening presentation on Individual Disaster Preparedness/Resilience open to the public. We hope to learn more about what we need to do as individuals in these times
Social Jusice Committee Presentation: MOTUS – JustUs
MOTUS – JustUs Sunday, October 16, 9:00 am, Sanctuary MOTUS Theater returns for another presentation in our sSanctuary. Previously we heard the harrowing monologue of an immigrant. This time we will be a JustUs Monologue: a Story from the Frontlines of the Criminal Legal System.
Social Justice Committee Presentation: City of Boulder’s actions addressing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
City of Boulder’s actions addressing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Sunday, October 30, 9:00 am, Frasier Parlor Aimee Kane, Equity Program Manager for the City of Boulder, will discuss diversity, equity and inclusion in our home community. Topics may include Boulder’s unacknowledged legacy of discrimination, police reforms, use of mental health professionals rather traditional police force