Here is more detailed information about our teen ministries!

  • Senior High { 9th - 12th Grade }

    Sunday School: 9:00-10:00am

    Youth Group: Mondays, 6:00 - 7:30 pm

    Small Groups - Contact us for specific dates/times (

    Mountain View offers three weekly opportunities for high school-aged teens to gather and worship. This worship takes place on many different platforms. Sunday school provides our most content-rich teaching of the week. Youth group offers opportunities to play games, worship, and plug in to our youth group family.  Wednesday nights provide a midweek touch point, with worship followed by small group meetings. These meetings consist of a girls group and a boys group, each led by amazing adult facilitators/mentors. 

    On the last Wednesday of each month a special worship gathering called Hungry will take place during regularly scheduled Wednesday meeting times. This is an oppurtunity to come, rest, and rejuvenate your spirit. Occasionally we will have movie nights, game nights and service nights! Come join us!

  • Junior High { 6th - 8th Grade }

    Sunday School: 9:00-10:00am

    Youth Group: Wednesdays, 6:15-7:45pm

    Small Groups - Contact us for specific dates/times (

    We also offer several opportunities for 6-8 graders to connect. Junior high students are invited to join the senior high group for our more intensive teaching at Sunday School. On Wednesday evenings they can participate in a time of all-youth worship, after which our junior high youth group meets for games, fellowship, and additional teaching.

    Junior high students are also welcome to be a part of Hungry worship nights the last Wednesday of each month.

  • Every Mother's Day we let the children take over Mountain View! They lead worship music, prayer, and replace the sermon with a hilarious melodrama. This year we had the joy of seeing "The Good Samaritan," featuring some of the elementary and middle schoolers, and some of our staff and Sunday School teachers. Watch for a good laugh! (Link in the header)