How to Get Involved
We’d love to see you using your musical gifts for God’s glory here at Mountain View.
Here’s what to do:
Worship Team Leaders
Phone: (801) 771-3204
Worship Ministry Info
Heart and Attitudes for the Worship Team, by Bob Kauflin
Music and Media Worship Ministry Life Commitment
Music and Media Ministry Information Form
Other Worship Info
Worship Ministry Purpose
Our goal in the Worship Ministry is to produce an environment of worship that pleases the heart of God, inviting His presence to be embraced by the congregation.
Our desire is to provide spiritually inspiring and emotionally uplifting praise and worship that consistently points people to God. We want to provide worship that helps change lives. To worship “in spirit and truth” (John 4:24).
Summer Quest Family Night
When: Wednesday, August 14th at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Mountain View Baptist Church sanctuary
What: Come join us for our last night of Summer Quest. The kids will share with us some of what they have learned this summer, and Pastor Charles will share a brief message. We will enjoy a free hot dog fellowship afterwards.
Please feel free to invite other family members.
Join us for Summer Quest!
AWANA will break for the summer, but we will continue our study of God’s Word through the months of June, July, and August.
What: Solid Bible teaching for kids ages 3 through sixth grade. Bible lessons are reinforced through games and other activities.
When: Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:00. June 5th through August 14th
Where: Mountain View Baptist Church
How to Sign Up: Registration is FREE – Please contact Sarah Lockhart by email or by calling (205) 587-9346.
Age 3-4 – Kingdom Kids
Age 5-6 – Kingdom Kids
Age 7-8 – Truth Seekers
Age 9-12 – Discoverers
Busy, tired, stressed out, and stretched to the limit? Our frantic pace of life is wearing many of us out as we juggle a long "to do" list. How often do we slow down to evaluate our priorities and find out what God's priorities are for our lives? God knows that when the stuff of life gets out of balance, devastating things happen.
Join us on Wednesday nights starting June 5 at 6:30 for this timely Bible study that will help you align your priorities with God's priorities. Feel free to contact John Williams at email@example.com with any questions.
David Johnson served as Senior Pastor at Church of the Open Door in Minneapolis Minnesota for 38 years, retiring in late 2018. His primary passion and focus for ministry has been to help people awaken to the amazing grace of God that not only has the power to save us but also transform us. His deep commitment to Biblical integrity coupled with an unvarnished style of communication clarity have inspired believers across the world. David's undergraduate work was done at Bethel University, followed by post graduate work at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of two books, The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse and Joy Comes in the Mourning, and is presently the founder and executive director of Things that Remain.
Dave and his wife Bonnie have lived in Minneapolis since 1980, but they grew up in Chicago and remain fully devoted followers of the Chicago Cubs and Bears. Dave and Bonnie have four grown children, ten fabulous grandchildren, and one unruly dog.
Dave will be speaking at the Men's Breakfast (Saturday, May 18) as well as the first of our concert series that same evening, and during worship on Sunday, May 19.
It's time for Vacation Bible School!
Place: Mountain View Baptist Church
2585 East Hwy 193
Layton, Utah 84040
Date: 5-9 August 2019
Phone: (801) 771-3204
Neighbors are more than the people who live next door. Through 5 Bible stories "Who Is My Neighbor?" Vacation Bible School (VBS) leads children on a journey to discover more about God's great love and what it means to be a neighbor and to live out their faith. This VBS will lead children deeply into Bible stories focused on God's care and compassion for neighbors close at hand and around the world.
Join us as we discover neighbors near and far!
You can register online by clicking here, or download the registration form by clicking here. Registration forms are also available in the church office.
Vision Team Recommends 2nd Proposal- An Evangelism Pastor
There were several clear, unmistakable focus areas Vision Team identified from our church surveys, Dream Night and ministry leader interviews. Those focus areas include: Comprehensive Vision, Intentional Evangelism, Coordinated Leadership and Revived Hearts. We have addressed the need for a comprehensive vision and you have affirmed that recommendation. On Sunday, April 14, there was unanimous agreement that Mountain View Baptist Church be guided by the following vision-
We exist to inspire fellowship with God through worship that encourages Christ like character through discipleship which impacts northern Utah and the nations through evangelism and missions.
Everything we seek to do from this point on will revolve around inspiring worship, encouraging discipleship and impacting evangelism.
The second focus area Vision Team identified revolved around the need for Intentional Evangelism, the third core value in our vision statement. Evangelism is a significant weakness within our congregation. An emphasis on evangelism and sacrificial giving for the sake of missions was a high priority for our church in decades past. Our research has revealed the fact that every church begins with an outward focus but slowly turns inward. Therefore, congregations must constantly work to maintain an outward focus and engage lostness. To address this weakness, the Vision Team, in collaboration with the Personnel Team, believes that having pastoral oversight of evangelism and missions will help restore an outward focus. And we believe that Charles Cutrera, our youth pastor, is the right fit for this position. Charles has a great passion for evangelism and desires for Mountain View to become better equipped in the areas of evangelism and missions. One of his top priorities since coming to Mountain View has been the equipping of his students to share their faith with other students and friends. He has already begun coaching and teaching adult members how to engage the lostness of our Utah culture. It has become evident to the members of the Vision and Personnel Team that Charles is God’s answer for this ministry need.
With that in mind, Vision Team recommends that Charles transition from youth ministry exclusively to a role of serving as Associate Pastor of Youth and Evangelism. We use the word transition because we want to be careful in maintaining the momentum and fidelity of a fantastic youth ministry. Youth will continue to be his primary focus, which is why it comes before evangelism in the pastoral title. As Charles transitions into the role of leading evangelism and missions, he will begin delegating some of his youth responsibilities to his youth leadership team as well as our new administrative assistant, Barbara Ruiz. Much of the logistical and administrative details that Charles does himself will now slowly be handed over to Barbara and others.
Through the collaborative efforts of Vision Team and Personnel, a job description has been created outlining the specific responsibilities of this new pastoral role entitled, Associate Pastor of Youth and Evangelism (link below). The Vision Team along with the Personnel Team humbly asks that you join us in praying about this proposal, to be voted on in our next Members’ Meeting, May 5, 2019. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the church office or any member of the vision team. Those team members are: Tom Mustian, Connie Goodman, Lauri Linder, Lori Henney, Caleb Wambach, Daniel Oldham, Bruce Gorham, Laura Swanson and Darrell Carnley.
Summer Concert Series
May 18, 2019
June 29, 2019
All begin at 6 pm
Wholesome Family Entertainment
There will be food trucks!
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and bring a friend that does not know Jesus!
Concerts will be followed by a Gospel message
Gospel Praise and Worship Music
Come Sing Praises to Our Lord
Mountain View Baptist Church
2585 East Hwy 193 Layton, UT 84040
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