Thoughts for this coming Pentecost Sunday

By on May 21, 2015

Did you know that Pentecost is a Jewish Holiday?  The actual name is Shavuot or Harvest festival, which is celebrated 50 days after the exile out of Egypt.  It was the celebration of receiving the Ten Commandments at Mt Sinai.  It is know as the celebration of new beginnings which is exactly what happened when the Apostles and others received the gift of the Holy Spirit on that day in Jerusalem.  What new beginnings in your life or the life of Mountain View can be celebrated this coming Sunday in Worship?

Remember Pentecost Sunday is the day to wear RED! ! !

Market at Mountain View

June 5th Market at Mountain View Church United Church

By on May 9, 2015

June 5th Market at Mountain View Church United Church. Tell your friends and neighbors.

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Casa de Paz & the ICE Detention Center

By on August 4, 2014

May Hot Cakes & Hot Topics Casa de Paz & the ICE Detention Center Saturday, May 16th, 9:00 AM   Come hear the inspiring story behind the founding of Casa de Paz   Hear stories of families and guests who

Post Worship Communion

By on July 8, 2014

On the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and fifth Sundays of the months there is an intimate communion led by lay leaders held behind the pulpit. Not all Sundays are always scheduled so ask Rev. Steven.

Regular Worship is Sundays at 10:00am

By on July 8, 2014

Our usual worship time is Sunday at 10:00am and lasts about an hour. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each week.

The Final Question, by Rev Steven R Mitchell based on John 21:15-17

By on May 21, 2015

The Final Question By Rev Steven R Mitchell Mountain View United, Aurora, CO 5/17/2015 Based on John 21:15-17   There is a story that the secretary from my first pastorate use to like to compare me to time to time,

In His Steps, by Rev Steven R Mitchell, based on John 15:9-17

By on May 21, 2015

In His Steps By Rev Steven R Mitchell Mountain View United, Aurora, CO 05/10/2015 Based on John 15:9-17   “As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love. Love each other as I have

Reflection for Sunday 17th, 2015

By on May 16, 2015

How easy is it to understand scripture?  Do all words translated from the original Greek language translate accurately into our modern day English meaning?  This is what we will explore this coming Sunday in worship.  What did Jesus mean when