So, for those who don't know or remembered things differently, most of the Mars Hill campuses survived, though a few merged, and many of them are still functioning to this day as churches. Rather than attempt to give you a blow-by-blow history of each and every campus here in 2020 (which is impossible, even for WtH) here are tags of indexed posts that let you investigate the campus you want to know about. Comments are always in moderation and there's no assurance they will get published but if you have updates on campuses or leaders you can feel free to post a comment here and mention if you do not want it to get published and you only want to provide info. I've gotten a few of those over the years.
Usual guidelines regarding public figures and defamation apply, folks. Every once in a while I've gotten comments from people with scores to settle and while some of the guys who were in leadership at MHC who were not Driscoll caused some serious relational damage this post is intended to be a stopping point for people interested in the campuses and their current activity or closure. A series on former MHC leaders and what they're up to or if they're still in ministry is something, maybe, for another time.
Albuquerque (became North Church)
ballard (closed, real estate acquired by Quest Church)
bellevue (active as Doxa Church Bellevue)
downtown (merged with MHC Ballard and U-District which became Cross and Crown Church)
olympia (Harbor Church Olympia, still active)
portland (merged with Door of Hope in Portland, no longer exists)
rainier valley (closed)
sammamish (real estate sold, closed)
shoreline (active as Sound City Bible Church)
spokane (Redemption Spokane, still active)
tacoma (still active as of April 2020, and has or had church plant for South Puget Sound planned)
west seattle (Trinity West Seattle, still active)
University District (see above regarding Ballard and Downtown)