As a vital part of the church, we offer opportunities for spiritual growth through fun and fellowship for women, men, couples, and families.

Community Dinner


COMMUNITY DINNERS will return November 6 and each first and third Wednesday through May. (2nd & 4th in January) Dinner will be served from 5:00-6:30 pm in the fellowship hall and is open to the public. Mark your calendar now to join in this time of fellowship. There will be a volunteer sign up sheet in the narthex.


Nov 6     Brisket, Hash Brown Casserole, Baked Beans, Slaw, Bread, Banana Pudding


Nov 20    Meatloaf, Onion Soup Potatoes, Green Beans, Red Hot Applesauce Salad, Chocolate Cake/Ice Cream



Second Cup of Coffee

Second and Fourth Tuesday of the month from 9:00 - 10:00 am, all women are invited to meet at Pamela Gore’s home. Babies and preschoolers welcome. A short devotional will be shared and time will be devoted to building relationships. Coordinator: Ottie Baumgardner 687-2646. Call for more information.

Please come!



Fellowship Breakfast

Do you like breakfast? Would you like to fellowship with your friends from church? There are three groups that meet for breakfast on a regular basis. The Men's Emmaus Alumni Group meets at the Hungry Bear restaurant every Wednesday at 7:00 am. The Women's Emmaus Alumni Group meets every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 8:15 am at the Smokehouse. Graduates of the Emmaus Retreat Program, or those interested in learning more, are welcome to attend. A Men's Fellowship breakfast meets at Grandmother’s Kitchen every Friday at 7:30 am. 

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Mountain View Martha's



November 26


Lunch at Daybreak

Planting a Plant

Senior Solos

The Senior Solos is a group of single adults 55 and over. The goal of the group is to provide fellowship, activities and support to single seniors.

Singles group will meet the first and third Friday of each month. Contact Jim Grover at 719-687-1239 or 719-210- 1044 for further information.


Thanksgiving Dinner

Adult Fellowship


 Adult Fellowship will gather Thursday, November 21 at noon in the fellowship hall for an old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey will be provided. Please provide a salad, vegetable, side dish or dessert to share. There will be a signup sheet in the narthex.

Adult Students

Leadership Training 

January 25th

If you’ll be serving on a committee or ministry team in 2020 then please mark your calendar.




  SUNDAY MORNINGS 8:30 - 10:00 AM

Contemporary Christian Roundtable

Current study is “The Ageless Soul”, by Thomas Moore.


“In Ageless Soul, Moore focuses on how older adults can transform the challenges of late life into opportunities to develop and express the most enduring element of our nature – our soul.

Aging is a challenge, not an automatic activity. You go through passages, from one state to another. You become somebody. Faced with a challenge, you choose to live through the obstacle rather than avoid it. You make the decision to be in process and to participate actively.”


Moore’s background in clinical psychology gives him a framework that appeals to a wide range of readers. He moves easily between reflection and storytelling as a way to illustrate his main point: aging provides unlimited possibilities.” St. Martin’s Press


We will cover it by a section with three (3) chapters/sections with each facilitator staying with a section instead of a chapter. They may choose to cover 1 or 3 chapters on a Sunday.

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Living Bible Class


   Currently participating in the Pastor’s class in the youth room at 9:00 am on Sunday morning until November 17. The topic of the study is “What Is The Bible?’


Women's Enrichment


 The new study will begin Thursday, October 17 at 10:00 am. The new study will be “The Armor of God” by Priscilla Shirer. Contact Vicki Huffor 719- 330-8801 or Sharon Pletcher at 719-339-7444 by October 4 to order the materials Please feel welcome to join any of the many church groups that meet throughout the week and month.


Advent Study




One night at a dinner party during Advent, James Howell sat next to Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Kevin Siers. As they chatted, Siers commented that his favorite Christmas carol phrase was that phrase from O Little Town of Bethlehem that says, “…the hopes and fears of all the years are met in thee tonight. “ That remark stayed with Howell, and he began thinking about how often he’d sung Christmas songs over the years without giving much thought to the words. Out of that reflection, Rev. Howell wrote Why This Jubilee? Advent Reflections on Songs of the Season.  This Advent we’ll use the book Why This Jubilee? Advent Reflections on Songs of the Season for a devotional study of Christmas carols as we reflect on the significance of the season in the hope we'll enter afresh into God’s great Jubilee – a season of joy and liberation – while we prepare to celebrate Jesus’ birth. This study will be offered on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am in the Youth Room beginning December 1 with a repeat session offered each Monday at 4:00 pm beginning December 2 for those who cannot make the Sunday sessions. Please contact the church office by November 12 to reserve your free copy of this book!


Mountain View United Methodist Church exists to make disciples who love like Jesus, creating a world where God's love reigns!


1101 Rampart Range Road
Woodland Park, CO 80863
(719) 687-3868

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