Good Friday and Easter Worship Services

Good Friday

We’re excited to be hosting a joint Good Friday Worship Service with Littleton Church of Christ on Friday, Mar. 25 at 7 p.m. in the Celebration Center at Mountainview Christian Church. This service is designed to draw us deeper into the meaning of what Jesus did on the cross.

Easter Services

Mark your calendars for Easter Weekend Services, as we wrap up our series “Seven Days that Changed the World.” We will have a special message about how Easter gives us hope that things will not always be the way they have always been.

Our Saturday service is at 5:30 p.m. and our Sunday services are at 8, 9:30 & 11 a.m. (Following Easter, our Sunday services will return to 9:00 and 10:45). If you are one of our regular attenders, please consider attending either Saturday night or Sunday at 8 or 11 a.m. to open up space for new attenders from our community.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no children’s or student programming on Easter Weekend. We will have childcare available for children four-years old and younger. Regular programming will resume on April 2 and 3.

Easter Volunteers

If you’re available and are interested in volunteering for any of our Easter Weekend services, please click here. We’re looking for help with greeting, hospitality, communion, children’s assistants and more as we welcome our guests in the name of Jesus.

Join Us!

Mountainview is located at the corner of Broadway and Highlands Ranch Parkway just one mile south of C-470.

Next Series: What Would Jesus Say to …?

Our next series starts the weekend after Easter and is called, “What Would Jesus Say to …?” What would Jesus say to Caitlyn Jenner, the next president, Planned Parenthood, Miley Cyrus, and Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg? We hope you’ll join us for this five-part series that will explore what Jesus would say about the issues that dominate social media, the news, and conversations at work. Rather than avoid these topics, as the church is sometimes tempted to do, our goal is to provide you with a biblical framework so you can have an informed conversation with your kids, neighbors, or coworkers.

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