In-person Worship and Bible Study are back!
As of June 13, Mountainview is open to the public for Sunday worship and Wednesday Bible study

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We will continue to stream Sunday morning worship via
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We encourage those who are more comfortable at home to join us online.


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Please read below an update concerning safe practises.

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To the family of Mountainview Church:

After much prayer and conversation, the session has agreed to allow the church to reopen Sunday mornings starting June 7, 2020. This decision was in part driven to honour the desire for many in our church to attend a ‘live’ worship service.

Obviously, the pandemic has changed everything in our lives and sadly it will change the way we worship together.

First, I must say clearly that our online worship will continue unhindered. If you have any health concerns or simply do not feel comfortable engaging in communal worship, feel free to stay at home and continue to be part of our family through our online presence.

If you do feel like you would like to come back in person, the practical preventative measures in the church will be very similar to what we are seeing in the marketplace.


Faith-Based, Spiritual, and Worship Practices 

Faith-based, spiritual, and worship practices are important to many people and offer opportunities to connect with communities. These practices also have a role to play in the prevention of COVID-19 transmission. 

Last updated: August 24, 2021 

There are no capacity limits or restrictions on indoor or outdoor religious gatherings and worship services.


COVID-19 Guidance

As COVID-19 vaccinations are administered throughout the province, we can gather in-person again to share hope, healing, restoration and recovery. As pillars of strength, religious organizations and faith-based worship services play a critical role in connecting the community by supporting beneficial and safe social interactions. 


The Province is in Step 3 of its of BC’s Restart Plan. This guidance document outlines what faith leaders, members, volunteers, and others can do to hold worship services safely during Step 3, and how to prepare for the upcoming fall respiratory season.


Step 3: Guidance for holding low risk worship services


Worship services are exempt from both the provincial mask mandate that requires mask use in indoor public spaces and the requirement to provide proof of immunization against COVID-19 to access some events, services and businesses. However, faith leaders are supported to implement these additional measures in their in-person services should they desire to do so.


Follow these precautions for religious, spiritual, faith-based and worship practices

  • Assess yourself for symptoms of COVID-19 and stay home if sick;
  • Clean your hands frequently. Ensure you have access to handwashing stations or hand sanitizing supplies.
  • Everyone eligible should be encouraged to be fully vaccinated.
  • Wearing a mask is recommended for everyone 12 and older who is not fully vaccinated during indoor worship services. 
  • Check that the venue you attend is practicing routine cleaning and disinfection. 


These are the latest posted rules at BC Centre for Disease Control

Updated on on September 15, 2021


If you have any questions please feel free to contact your elder.
In Christ, 
Emery Cawsey