At Mountain, people matter, and all are welcome. You’re invited to experience community, find Jesus, get help, make friends and celebrate life here. Whether you’re married, single, single-again, a parent or a young adult – no matter where you’ve been or what you’ve done – you matter!

Weekly gatherings are a place to enjoy worshiping Jesus with others. At every location, expect a welcoming atmosphere, relevant message, and uplifting music. Find out more about what to expect below:

Discover Mountain

This is for Everyone! Yes, Everyone!

You’ll be greeted at the door by a friendly face, and there's always a fresh pot of coffee brewing! When you come to a worship experience, come as you are. No need to dress up or feel like you must have it all together. This


One Church, Multiple Locations

Mountain is a multi-site church, meaning there are multiple locations around the region that all offer the same opportunities to connect with others and grow in your relationship with Jesus. Services happen weekly, be sure to check the campus nearest you for exact times. There’s a campus



During service, you’ll experience excellent music, a challenging and inspirational message, and feel free to participate in communion. If you’re unable to be at a physical location, experience the service online streamed live every week.


We Love Kids!

If you have kids, be sure to swing by the Mountain Kids area. Safe and fun programming is there just for them during service for kids, birth through 5th grade. Programs for kids with special needs are available as well. There are also experiences for middle and high

Next Steps

If you have questions, visit the Connection Point or look for someone wearing an “I can help” lanyard. Volunteers and staff are happy to help. If it’s your first time, stop by “New Here” to get a gift! The Connection Point is also a great place to get

See you soon!

At the center of everything we do is Jesus Christ and his love for us. Maybe you are seeking answers about God, looking to take steps in faith, searching for a place to belong, or maybe you don’t like church at all – no matter where you’re coming