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Our Youth have been divided into care groups this year. One group took gifts to the Airvilleâ€™s 35 firemen; one took them to the 55 York Area Regional Police; and the Red Lion Senior Center.
April 10, our Home Schoolers planned a great Dinner Theater for their parents complete with music and a play on 9-1-1 catastrophe. April 11-14th, some of our teens distributed literature for two days to help start a new church. Home School Standardized testing was April 20th.
Sunday, April 25th was Friend Day at Mt. Zion. Over 40 friends, relatives and neighbors visited MZ on that special day. Pastor James Lewis from Clyde Ohio preached all day. Pastor Starr served Pastor Lewis as his assistant for 14 years.
May 1st, we celebrate Mother-daughter relationships at a ladiesâ€™ banquet where Linda Neaves will be the guest speaker. May 2nd will be the first day of a new church planted in Stratford Ontario with new pastor, Clint Robinson, a missionary sent by MZ. May 9th will be a special Mothersâ€™ Day celebration at MZ. May 30th our youth will lead our Sunday evening service.
May 16-21, Dr. Ron Comfort will preach a week of Revival meetings at MZ. Bro. Larry Brubaker who travels with Dr. Comfort will lead singing. Their wives will be holding meetings for the children nightly. Come and join these special meetings 7:00 each weekday night. Thursday night is Prophecy Night and Friday night, is Youth night with youth groups from sister churches all invited to come.
Donâ€™t forget Reformers Unanimous every Friday from 7-9 pm in the Annex Gym to help those with addictions.
See our home page for a thumbnail of our upcoming â€śCalendar and Events.â€ť You can view some of our calendar for the next three months when you click on the â€śNews & Eventsâ€ť tab at the top right.
In a day when churches nationwide are in a state of flux, giving-in to new philosophyâ€™s of purpose-driven ministry and changing doctrines, Mt. Zion Baptist Church remains the way we have always beenâ€”â€śChurch, the way it used to be.â€ť We stress solid Bible preaching and teaching, emphasize individual and family living for Christ, focus on reaching out to our community and the world with the Gospel, and try to guard against the influx of worldliness into the church.
If you are looking for this kind of church, do something about it. Serving Christ can be fresh and exciting again. Come and worship with us this Sunday. We are sure that youâ€™ll find that the drive IS worth the difference.