Serve - Our Family

                                               A great way to serve God is to Serve His people!


Greeting: Great first impressions are made with smiles and warm greetings.

Contact Pastor Craig for more info


Ushering: Ushers are our hosts & servers before, during and after our worship gatherings. 

Contact Pastor Craig for more info


Holy Grounds: Volunteer baristas make and sell specialty coffee drinks and more once a month on Sunday mornings. 

Contact Zach Zelinka for more info


Worship Arts: If you have musical talent and a heart for worship, talk with Pastor Dave about opportunities to participate.

Contact Pastor Dave for more info


Cradle 2 College: Volunteers who love kids help us accomplish the huge task of extending real hope to each child who comes through our doors!  (Background check required.)

Contact Pastor Tom for further info


Light Ministry: Be a blessing to teachers and families by being a buddy to provide individual attention for a special needs child during Sunday classes. (Background check required.)

Contact Renae Rosecrans for more info


Landscaping/Grounds: Consider "adopting an island" (a small landscape section) to keep it looking sharp. It's a once-a-month-during-growing-season opportunity.  

Contact Earl Koch for more info


Front Office Volunteering: Are you a people person who enjoys interacting with our staff, church members and the public? Consider assisting in the Church front office.

Contact Vicky Brunelle for more info


Shopping: Do you like to shop? Twice each month volunteers inventory our kitchen and ministry consumables and go shopping to restock needed items. 

Contact Pastor Craig for more information


Technology: If you have training (or would like to) operating specialized technical equipment, like sound boards, video cameras, and such, this is a service opportunity for you.

Contact Earl Koch for more information


Building Maintenance: If you have general or specific building maintenance skills, we have a place for you.

Contact Earl Koch for more information



(MINISTRY LEADERS - Submit a calendar request for your event here.)

Serve - Our Community

God blesses in serving needs in Gresham and those outside our church family!


Benevolence: Assistance is available for needy individuals or families in the East Central Gresham area. (Assistance is provided based on an application and interview process.) 

Carol Sheldon is our Care Network Pastor.  Email Pastor Carol


Common Threads Quilt Ministry: Talented ladies meet once a month to create beautiful quilts. Quilts are given to member families going through difficult health treatments or who have just had a new baby. Others are given to the Pregnancy Resource Center and Legacy Mt. Hood Hospital. Much of their handiwork is sent to Missions of Hope in Nairobi, Kenya.

Join the group or provide good quality fabric and/or batting.  Email Bev Campbell


Highland Elementary School: We partner with nearby Highland Elementary school in several ways, including: providing weekend food for needy children (Bag Buddies), helping with the SMART reader program, assisting with classroom prep before each school year by helping with grounds clean-up on Community Care Day and assisting with school fundraisers.

Email Vicky Brunelle


No One Left Behind: Dedicated participants provide hot meals along with much-needed clothing and personal items for the homeless and impoverished in Gresham.

This is a "James 1:27 opportunity" to serve. Email Ron Scherler

Serving at Highland!

Thank you to our Highland Volunteers for putting feet on your faith!

The Highland Carnival 2017 was a smashing success!

Care Network

When unexpected challenges come, Mountainview's Care Network offers support through prayer, visitation, encouragement, and practical assistance. 


Prayer - engage the Prayer Team

Hospital and Home Visitation - To request visitation for yourself or a loved one:

  • Call the church office to request a visit.
  • Write out a request on a Communication card on Sunday.
  • Email a request. NOTE: Include patient's name, home or facility address, and date(s) he/she is expected to be at that location.

Financial Assistance - Our Benevolence Team has resources available to share with those in financial distress. The team operates within strictly set policies. It is necessary to communicate with the MV office to initiate the process.


Funeral/Memorial Planning and Services - We can help to plan for a funeral or memorial. The Building Manager can provide the necessary information to work out dates, space, costs, and other details. To inquire, call the church office or stop by in person.

    Serve - Our Globe

    Gitathuru Update! 

    Missions of Hope International

    Mountainview's Mission - Affecting Life Change - is being lived out in Gitathuru, Kenya, Africa, in exciting ways.

    Read the most recent update!

    • Keith & Kathy Ham

      Nairobi, Kenya, Africa

      Mountainview has provided continuing support for Keith and Kathy Ham since 1989. Keith serves as senior pastor of Baba Ndogo Outreach Church, and is a team leader for Missions of Hope International (MOHI). Kathy is Coordinator of Teacher Training for MOHI. Along with dollars and short-term mission visits, we contribute handcrafted quilts from our Common Threads group.

    • Pablo & Karla Martinez

      Mexico Missions

      Not only does Mountainview financially support Pablo and Karla Martinez in their ministry work in Tecate', Mexico, but each year we send a team, primarily made up of MV youth, to assist with building structures and teaching children . 

    • Carrie Rambo

      New Zealand

      Carrie works with international students at the university in Auckland, New Zealand. These students, from 50 different countries, take the love of Jesus home with them upon graduation. 

    • Wallace & Mary Kamau

      Missions of Hope International

      Mountainview's Mission - Affecting Life Change, is lived out in our continuing involvement and support for the work of Wallace and Mary Kamau in Gitathuru, Kenya, Africa. Through educating both children and adults in that difficult area, they bring hope to the lives of many who live on the edge of hopelessness.