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    Church Everywhere!
    Coronavirus Updates

    Updated June 22, 2020 at 5 PM

    While Maryland is heading in the right direction, and some things are opening back up, Mountain wants to be vigilant for what’s next. We’re eager but not in a hurry, and we want to act wisely and in harmony with the best guidelines.

    So now, the most recent directives from the governor and positive trends in Maryland allow us to feel confident about moving into a phase called “THINK SMALL.”

    It’s called “THINK SMALL” because we don’t believe it is the right time to resume large in person gatherings that many have experienced before at Mountain. 50% capacity limits, 7’ distancing, masks, no singing, no congregating, limits on kids programming, and potentially having to turn people away is not an experience we think will be meaningful, and wouldn’t be wise to pursue.

    New guidance from the governor has lifted restrictions on the size of social gatherings. Malls, gyms, and indoor dining is reopening, and people can resume being in the same space with others with precautions in place. More opportunities to worship outdoors will continue to happen through the summer.

    There is also opportunity for smaller home gatherings and the chance to “invite someone to church” even though it’s not at the church building. We’re encouraging those who feel comfortable and who have a suitable environment -- whether in the front yard, patio, or even in a living room that could accommodate people with the right spacing -- to host WATCH PARTIES during the weekly worship service. Gather up some friends and neighbors where you can enjoy one another and worship together. Coaching and guides will be provided on how to make it a worthwhile experience within safety constraints. Watch Parties start the first weekend in July, so sign up to host one!

    Campus Groups, Second Saturday Serve, Celebrate Recovery and more are gathering in modified ways during the “Think Small” phase. There is more happening with Aberdeen, Summer Camps, and the Global Leadership Summit. So visit the groups and events pages for continued updates.

    We are “Thinking Small” but God will do BIG things in this season as we continue to seize opportunities to make more and better disciples.

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    Summer Camps
    Various Times & Locations

    Summer is about fun, friends, and students taking their next steps with Jesus. There are several experiences happening this summer tailored to pre-school, elementary, middle school and high school students. Check it out now and make it a part of your summer plans. This experience is something your student shouldn’t miss!

    Register your student, below!


    Summer Camps


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    Global Leadership Summit
    August 6–7

    You have influence. Whether at church, school, business or home, you are leading people and projects every day. You're leading in a culture that is constantly changing and redefining itself. Leadership takes perseverance, dedication and a commitment to stretch your mind, expand your heart and use your God-given gifts to impact your world in real and powerful ways. 

    You're invited to gather ONLINE with thousands of leaders across North America for The Global Leadership Summit, August 6-7, 2020. Now more than ever, we need to be encouraged and inspired as we face a new world.

    In the midst of challenges, come opportunities - we have the unique opportunity to connect with other leaders across the country and right in our community virtually from the comfort of our own homes and offices. Commit now to be a part of this annual event designed to stretch and inspire you with world-class speakers, interactive dialogue, and practical training. Register, today!

    Register, today!

    Global Leadership Summit


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    Second Saturday Serve
    2nd Saturday of each month

    Second Saturday Serve will be held at locations below on July 11. 

    Second Saturday Serve is a great way to meet new people, build friendships and be a part of Mountain culture! On the second Saturday of each month, we gather together to serve in various ways throughout our community. And, the best part is, you don't have to be skilled to participate. In fact, we have projects for all ages, interests and skill levels. 


    Some projects support the ministry of local organizations while others are aimed at meeting more specific needs in the community. We provide manual, unskilled labor and include at least one project appropriate for younger children with their parents. Projects may include:

    • Neighborhood Cleanups
    • Painting
    • Clearing Brush & Debris
    • Planting Flowers
    • Weeding


    At Abingdon | 8:30 AM - 12 PM

    • Meet at the Abingdon Campus, then head out to different locations.
    • Wear clothes that you can work in, both indoor and outdoor.
    • Bring gloves if you have them.

    At Bel Air | 8:45 AM - 12 PM

    • Meet at the Bel Air Campus. Park at the outdoor soccer fields at The Arena Club and meet at the front entrance at 8:45 AM, then head out to different locations.
    • Wear clothes that you can work in, both indoor and outdoor.
    • Bring gloves if you have them.

    At Edgewood | 9 AM - 12 PM

    • Meet at the The EPICENTER, then head out to different locations.
    • Wear clothes that you can work in, both indoor and outdoor.
    • Bring gloves if you have them.

    At Mountain Road | 8:30 AM - 12 PM

    • Meet at the Mountain Road Campus (New Life Center), then head out to different locations.
    • Wear clothes that you can work in, both indoor and outdoor.
    • Bring gloves if you have them.

    Here to Serve You 

    If your organization is in need of some help from our team, please fill out the form below. Please note that the team is unable to perform any professional services (i.e. plumbing, electrical work, HVAC, ramp construction, or general construction needs).

    Project Request


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    Food Giveaway

    Updated Schedule:

    *No food giveaway in June at the Abingdon Campus.

    Food giveaways are drive thru style. Health Fair vendors will not be onsite. These events will honor all state and local guidelines in relation to COVID-19.

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    Arts Against Addiction
    Saturday, August 1 @ 7 PM

    Join in for a FREE virtual concert with a variety of musical talents!

    Addiction is a problem that plagues our society, especially in Harford County. Whether it be substance abuse, eating, or some other form of addiction, it is dangerous. Arts Against Addiction is an event where artists use their talents to help raise awareness and money for Celebrate Recovery held at Mountain. The goal this year is to raise $10,000. Celebrate Recovery is a recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, habits, or hang-ups of any kind. At Arts Against Addiction, our goal is to help those who are struggling in every way we can by using what we love. This year, the program will be entirely online! Donate today to support this important ministry. Every bit helps!

    Saturday, August 1 @ 7-9 PM

    Watch Live

    Want to donate? Click here. On the drop down for 'Add Another Account', select Arts Against Addiction.

    Questions about this event? Click here for more info. 

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    Milligan at Mountain
    Various class options

    One of the ways we can deepen our relationship with Jesus and be challenged to live out our faith is through the power of learning. Milligan at Mountain classes offer just that. 

    Milligan at Mountain classes are full college courses: accredited and transferable. They can be audited or taken for three credit hours. Mountain has negotiated a drastically reduced tuition price of $300. To inquire about available scholarships, contact Marla DeLucia.

    Courses coming to Mountain this fall:

    Note: To register for a course(s), please complete both Part 1 and Part 2 for each class.


    1st Century Letters for the 21st Century Church -- Join us for a fascinating tour of ancient Corinth, commercial hub of the Roman Empire. We’ll explore its archeological site, its history, culture, and religions. Then we’ll turn to an in-depth study of the letters themselves—1st and 2nd Corinthians. Almost every issue that the apostle Paul addresses in these letters—unity, leadership, morality, marriage, money, spiritual gifts, men and women, the Lord’s Supper, the resurrection, Christian ministry—speaks to issues and opportunities we encounter in the church today. Please join in for this timely Biblical study. Coursework begins on August 25. Registration deadline is August 24

    Meets three Saturdays: Sept 12, Oct 17, Nov 14 @ 9 AM - 4 PM
    Location TBA

    Register Part 1 Register Part 2


    Confusion, polarizing positions, and even anger dominate the discussion of so many contemporary issues. How are Christ-followers to approach important but potentially divisive issues that lie at the center of society and our mission? The Church and Culture course will explore biblical, theological, and practical responses to some of today’s pressing issues, focusing on: Race and ethnicity, Human Sexuality, Women in Ministry, Politics, Leadership, and Missional Living. It has never been more important to wisely and carefully navigate vital issues in a way that advances God’s mission. And it has never been more vital that the church do this not as individuals, but as a community that is shaped by Jesus. Registration deadline is August 24.

    Meets Mondays, Sept 14 – Dec 7 @ 6-9 PM
    Mountain Rd Campus

    Register Part 1 Register Part 2

    *The locations of the classes will be determined closer to the date they begin based on number of participants and we’ll communicate that to registrants.