Divorce Care

Divorced? Separated? You don't have to go through it alone. There aren't many people around you who understand the pain your divorce or separation has caused; to you, your family, your friends. You can find help find help here at MVCC through DivorceCare, a series of support group meetings run by people who understand what you're experiencing. and support. You'll learn how to deal with the pain of the past, and look forward to rebuilding your life.

 

For more information on our session schedule, please email our church office.

 

You may also wish to check out Divorce Care's national website

Grief Share

GriefShare is a program designed for anyone who has lost a loved one and is grieving. The program is designed so that you can start at anytime during the 13-week session. There are three components of the program to include: a workbook, discussion and a video during each session.  Participants are welcome to share but if you are uncomfortable speaking, you are welcome to sit and listen.

 

Please contact either Cindy Ernest or the email office@mvccfrederick.com

Hope After Abortion

Hope After Abortion is a post abortion recovery help group. It's confidential help for anyone, of any age or gender who has experienced abortion directly or indirectly. This support is offered free of charge.

 

Advocates are volunteers. This is not counseling.

 

Please let us help you heal. Meeting places and times are flexible. recovery and healing can begin today. Abortion has at least 2 victims. 1 dies, others are mortally wounded and suffer the rest of their lives...You can get help and support now. 1 out of every 3 women is post-abortive. You are NOT alone.

 

To find out more information, click here.

Orphan Care

The purpose of Orphan Care is to encourage our church to actively care for orphans, both locally and around the world. We believe it pleases and glorifies God when His people care for the father-less in His name. Locally, we reach Frederick for Christ by partnering with local social services to care for orphans and vulnerable children and minister to those who do in Frederick County. 

Meal Ministry

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Mountain View Community Church values community and we've worked hard to cultivate a culture where we care and support one another as brothers and sisters in Christ.  

Our goal is to offer biblical care and shepherding, whether it be a physical, emotional, spiritual, or a financial need. 

Home Groups at MVCC serve as our primary means of care and support and we encourage all to be involved.  However, living in a fallen and broken world, we acknowledge that specific care may be needed through some of life’s most difficult times. 

If you are seeking care, please email us at office@mvccfrederick.com.