Young people are enjoying the pursuit of learning the ways of Jesus together. God has always called young men and women to stand for Him and proclaim His greatness to their generation. Teenagers learning to support one another in community is vital to any church. The pressures of society are intense but young minds are up to the challenge of a personal and team walk with God.

Youth have always been an integral component of the Mountain View Chapel family. As a teen embraces Christ by grace through faith, he/she becomes the church. Teens are not the church of tomorrow but the church of today. Young people model amazing levels of faith, hope, and love. 

Making young disciples is the process of a relational ministry:

  • Personal/friendship relationships
  • Corporate worship opportunities
  • Youth Leadership development
  • Service Projects
  • Teen Bible study settings
  • Youth Events (see upcoming events tab)
  • Out of Country involvement for leadership, evangelism, & discipleship
  • Living life together

1 Timothy 4:12 (NIV)  "Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity."


Upcoming Activity: 

Teen Scavenger Hunt - December 2015


Teen Hike / Bonfire - October 2015


Teen Scavenger Hunt - April 2014


On April 5, 2014, the youth participated in a scavenger hunt through Charlottesville.  They had to invite strangers to help them complete their objectives.  Even Charlottesville Mayor, David Brown, became part of the fun!



The youth staff and teen leaders are regularly working on Bible studies, activities, and events to positively encourage young people as they strive to follow Christ and stand for Him in their culture. 

The focus is on teenagers as well as college students.



The youth at an Eastern Mennonite University basketball game to watch David Falk, son of Aksel. David graduated from Madison High School.


It was an awesome game and David even made ESPN Sportcenter's Top 10!