Equipping ordinary people to transform their world in extraordinary ways through Jesus Christ.

COVID-19 Update

You are invited to join us at 10am for our weekly Sunday gatherings. We are currently meeting both in-person and online.

In-person: We want to take a moment and simply comment on our position with meeting in-person. Our heart and motivation is grounded in love, which translates to prioritizing the welfare of others. Our goal is to continue to meet in-person on a weekly basis, but here’s the deal. Our choices; your choices impact others, which ultimately impacts our ability to keep meeting in-person. We are respectfully asking that while we are gathering together in the building, to please keep the other person in mind. If they need a little space, give them a little space. If they are ready to hug, go for it! We have a fairly large auditoium with our chair groupings spaced in a way to allow you to worship freely. This should insure that we all remain healthy, and that we can have the opportunity to continue to meet together.

Online: Whether you out of town, unable to attend or simply not ready to join us in-person, we are providing a pre-recorded, online gathering. This will be a slightly abbreviated service that will allow you to stay connected with the rhythm and content of our in-person gatherings, while giving you the opportunity to connect with others online. You can find our online church services on our Facebook and YouTube pages, as well as on our website, www.mountaincoast.org.


Dan, Diana, Roger and Pam

Mountain Coast Vineyard Leadership Team


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Scripture teaches us a standard for giving: the tithe. When we give the first 10% of our income to the church, we are putting God first in our lives. But it’s not just about the transaction—it’s about putting our relationship with God above all else. Tithing is foundational to our giving—it’s an act of worship that expresses our grateful, faithful and loving heart towards God and others.