Our Story

Mountain View Community Church began with a desire to see a church birthed that would make a genuine difference in the hearts of people throughout northern Colorado.

There was also a desire to see a church that would be a strong sending church as well as one that would see many other churches planted from it. From the beginning, Mountain View Community Church was planted with the desire to be committed to reaching Colorado State University through developing a college ministry serving CSU. The journey began when Tom and Dawn Harcus packed up all their belongings into a U-Haul truck, full of faith and vision, and moved to Fort Collins. Their first night in town they began to reach out to the hotel workers with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Mountain View was birthed.

Easter morning, April 12, 1993, Mountain View had its grand opening at Webber Junior High School with our first public worship service

First church plant – Heartland Community in Loveland, CO in 1994

Baptism Service at Webber Junior High

First class of Pastors and Leadership Institute, fall of 1997

Purchased first church building as MVCC continues to grow in the Spring of 1999

First team sent to Czech Republic – Summer of 2000

Planting of Windsor Community Church in Windsor, CO in Fall of 2001

Sonlife in Johnson City, TN in planted in 2002

With now three churches, the first pastor and wives Huddle happens in Fort Collins in the summer of 2005. The Crossway Network is birthed.

Tom Harucs, MVCC’s planting pastor is sent to Wilmington, NC to plant Wilmington Crossway Chapel in the fall of 2005

MVCC first grandchild is birthed, Greeley Crossway in fall of 2006 from Windsor Community Church

Mountain View partners with Czech leaders to plant Majak (Lighthouse Church) in Vsetin, Czech Republic in the winter of 2006

God gloriously provides the Remington Building in the Spring of 2010 through the combining of Living Stones Church

MVCC plants High Plains Harvest in Ault, CO in 2010

Mountain View partners with four youth leaders in Nepal to plant a church in Pokorah, Nepal

Eric Loyer is sent back to NJ from the front range churches to plant the Redeemer Network on the New Jersey Shores

Team is sent out with Matt Brown to plant Redemption Church in Loveland, CO in 2015

MVCC celebrates 25 years of God’s faithfulness in an all church gathering in 2018

Crossway Network Pastor and Wives Huddle in Beaver Creek, CO – June 2019

MVCC purchases large building for their future home on Prospect Street

Pastor Ashley Denton is sent out to plant church in Bozeman, MT in 2020

In many ways, we feel like we are just getting started with all that God has for us. Please consider being a part of writing History (His-story) at MVC and being part of all that He is doing through our church family!