Starting New Churches

Reaching More People

Why do we need more churches? Because we want to reach more people and starting new churches is the best way to reach new people. We believe a great city like Denver deserves more great churches – which is we are actively helping start new churches across the Front Range.

Mountainview provides financial, administrative, and programming support to several churches around Denver.

Revitalizing Existing Churches

We believe in the local church and want to see churches thrive across South Denver. Mountainview is honored to provide ministry support to smaller churches (at little-to-no cost) during their times of need. Learn more.

New Churches and Campuses

With help from churches throughout Colorado, we began as a new church in 1992. It’s not hard to understand why starting new churches is a part of our DNA – we believe church planting is the most effective way to help lost people find their way back to God.

Through our partnership with Church Planters of the Rockies (CPR), we have helped start over 30 new churches in 22 years. These churches are as close as Aurora and as far away as Texas. In addition to our current support of Hope Colorado Springs (Allens), we continue to seek God’s direction for the addition of Mountainview satellite campuses throughout the South Denver metro and are excited to help Chris Flathers and Connect Church launch in Lone Tree this fall.

Starting New Churches in Denver

Mountainview is proud to support local church planting. Here is a list of the most recent churches we have helped sponsor here in Denver.

2010

Elevation Christian Church in Aurora (Pastor Scott Bloyer)

2014

Front Range Christian Church in Castle Rock (Pastor Ernest Smith)

2015

Inversion Community in Centennial (Pastor Casey Franklin)

Living Faith Christian Fellowship in Erie (Pastor Barry Hendrick)

2016

Cross Culture Church in Green Valley Ranch (Pastor Michael Winakur)

2017

Hope Colorado Springs (Josh Allen)