The purpose for Mountain View Conference's recent New Believer's Retreat was to solidify new members in faith, reclaim discouraged members, and help all participants to better understand Seventh-day Adventist subculture.
Much of Mountain View Conference's West Virginia territory still waits to be reached with the Seventh-day Adventist message. Moorefield, a small town boasting a population of 3,000 with 500 Hispanics is one such place.
In late spring, the Mountain View Conference (MVC) hosted its first annual Lay Bible Worker Training at Valley Vista Adventist Center in Huttonsville, W.Va. The purpose of the training was to encourage Total Member Involvement.
Mountain View Conference's goal is to advance the Great Commission Christ gave. He said, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matt. 28:19, NIV).
Did you know there is an Adventist connection to a famous groundhog? One of the first French Creek Freddies, West Virginia’s popular weather prognosticating groundhog, was found and raised by members of a Mountain View Conference church.