Mount Zion Baptist Church of Greensboro


Mount Zion Community Forms


Posted on October 30th, by james in Home, Zion Resources. Comments Off on Mount Zion Community Forms

Mount Zion takes pride in making it easy to do ministry.  These forms are designed to effectively provide service and assistance to ministries, the community and those in administration. If there is a form that you are looking for that is not located here, please free to email Demetria Wade waded@mtzbc.com for assistance.

MRF2This form should be used to request development of any new marketing communications materials, such as those identified in this form, as well as updating of existing materials. All fields on this form should be completed as fully as possible. This will help the Office of Marketing Communication determine the level of support and type of communication needed for your project as well as the priority your project requires along with others in production.
 FRF2For facility request please enter all necessary information for the type of activity being requested. Note: This request must be submitted by a ministry leader or designee. For meetings, deadline for room requests is the Monday that occurs two weeks prior to the requested meeting date. For event requests, submit 90 days prior to your event.
 IC2Complete this form to submit a request for spiritual advisement and counseling. We provide support in areas of individual counseling, grief, serious illness, loss of employment and other life situations and crisis to Mount Zion Members.
 PMC2Mount Zion offers Biblical counseling at no cost and provides counseling without regard to race, creed, color, or religion to Mount Zion Members.  All counseling is confidential, based on the scriptures of the Holy Bible and not according to the individual feelings of any particular counselor.
 volAre you ready to get linked up? Great! Whether you serve for an hour or make a commitment over many months, your serving time is appreciated; as are you. There are a variety of ways you can get involved, and any needed training is provided. To get started, we need to know a little more about you. Submit the form, and we will contact you to discuss the opportunities available in your area that best match your interests and meet the needs of our mission. Thank you for wanting to be eNGAGED!
 NMClassThank you for your interest in becoming a new members! First of all, we as a church want to extend our warmest welcome to you and say we are immensely glad you are considering becoming a member of Mount Zion! I hope you will find us to be a believing, warm-hearted, and caring community who wants to genuinely follow God’s Word. We hope the upcoming class will help you understand what Mount Zion is really all about, and will show you how much we are eager to have you as part of our church body. Enjoy!
 bap"When you came to Christ, you were “circumcised,” but not by a physical procedure. It was a spiritual procedure–the cutting away of your sinful nature. For you were buried with Christ when you were baptized. And with him you were raised to a new life because you trusted the mighty power of God, who raised Christ from the dead.” Colossians 2:11-12 (NLT)If baptism is your next step to identification with Christ, click the icon above to register for the baptism.
 nlTo get more connected, join the church mailing list to receive our periodic updates along with special announcements and other news not related or not related directly to an event.   We have your email address, but we promise not to share it with anyone else.
                     Child Child dedication is a public commitment you make before God, your church, and your family. The dedication service provides you, the parent(s), an opportunity to express publically your desire to lead and spiritually nurture your child in cooperation with the Holy Spirit, so your child will develop a desire to love God and love others.

You may also print the form you need and return to the administration welcome center on the west campus by clicking below.

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