"Come, let's shout praises to God, raise the roof for the Rock who saved us! Let's march into his presence singing praises, lifting the rafters with our hymns! And why? Because God is the best, High King over all the gods. In one hand he holds deep caves and caverns, in the other hand grasps the high mountains. He made Ocean—he owns it! His hands sculpted Earth! So come, let us worship: bow before him, on your knees before God, who made us! Oh yes, he's our God, and we're the people he pastures, the flock he feeds."
(Psalm 95:1-7a, MSG)
Welcome to Mount Zion where worship is more than just a Sunday morning tradition! We strive to encourage each other to live a lifestyle of worship, so that everything we do reflects our awe towards our Creator and Christ's love toward our fellow man.
|Our worship celebration begins at 10:45 each Sunday morning. The Word of God is delivered with power and relevance by our Pastor or one of our associate ministers. Musical selections are both upbeat and reflective, featuring a mix of old standards and new arrangements, as well as original material composed by our music ministry.|
We're excited about all of the things that God is doing through our church! It is our goal to minister to every member of our great church family. First, we want to minister the Gospel so that each person can find assurance that Christ lives in his or her heart and that Heaven awaits them if they have accepted Him as their Savior.
Next, it is our aim to provide an atmosphere of worship and spiritual growth that begins in our nursery and filters through every age group. The idea is that each person will recognize a great sense of worth in the Kingdom of God.
We are sure that God has provided every one of His children with at least one spiritual gift. It is my personal goal to help each person to discover and develop that gift in order to bring glory and honor to our Savior, Jesus Christ. To every member and future member of Mount Zion, we love you and look forward to serving you!
Because of Calvary,
Senior Pastor Kenneth A. Dean