Special Events

Mon Apr 09 @ 5:30PM -


Lead the Cause - Lead the Cause deposits are due Sunday, March 18th.  See Pastor Nathan for more information.

Next Step University - Next Step University will be offered again starting Sunday, April 8th at 10:30am.

Car Wash - Weather permitting come help us show some love to our community by washing cars for free at the Kiowa Car Wash from 10-Noon on Saturday, March 24th.  Sign-up sheets in the back and in the foyer.

Cross Walk - This years’ Cross Walk will be Sunday, March 25th.  We will gather at the Justice Center at 9am.  There will be a shuttle from the church to the Justice Center for all so you can leave your car at the church.  There will also be transportation following the cross for those who cannot make the walk so everyone can be involved.

“God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness” - We will be attending “God’s Not Dead” on Friday, March 30th.  Tickets will be available in the office soon.  Adults: $10.00 Children 12 and under: $8.00.

Online Giving - MVC is now accepting online giving on our web-site.  You can choose to do a one-time donation or a repeat donation.  Go to the Giving tab and check it out.


Nathan Smith, Associate Pastor

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Nathan grew up in a Christian home. At a young age, Nathan trusted Christ to save him from his sins. Even as a teen, Nathan felt that God had a purpose for his life and called him to serve in ministry.

Nathan has served in many ministry positions since he was young. He helped his family plant a church in Colorado during his high school years. While earning his Landscape Design degree from Colorado State University, Nathan served God on a leadership committee for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and as a resident assistant for a Christian house/organization.

At college, Nathan met his wife, Kendra. God called Nathan and Kendra back to live in Elizabeth and to serve at Majestic View Church after college. They enjoy serving in the Elbert County area with their four children. MVC Ministries ordained Nathan into the ministry of preaching the Gospel.

Nathan currently works with the children and youth of Elbert County, while he administrates the daily work of MVC Ministries. He coached high school baseball for the past 9 years, now coaches in the peewee sports ranks with his wife and kids, and enjoys spending time connecting with people. Nathan considers making an eternal impact for the kingdom of heaven his greatest mission in life.

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