The Young Adult Ministry will build a strong infrastructure by providing platforms on which Young Adults can connect with each other and the ministry as a whole. The under-girding principle of the ministry is establishing relationships that do not allow people to fall through the cracks. We fully embrace young adults in our communities, addressing their needs and issues through evangelism and a spirit of Christian fellowship, renewing and supporting the growth of the body of Christ.
Young Adult Pastor Pastor Joe Frierson, Jr. (336) 373-4247 email@example.com YAMAC Council Chairperson –
The Conversation Room Tuesday at 7:30pm A setting where we are energetic, passionate about the Word of God, and hungry for an opportunity to share the Gospel. This bible study is geared towards college students and professionals ranging in age from 18-35. This environment allows for open discussions on everyday situations with practical biblical application.
Young Adult Ministry Worship Service is also held every 3rd Sunday at 10AM in the Chapel.
The Encouragement Ministry is designed to help position the church for long-term stability, long-term maturity and long-term growth.
The Young Adult Ministry will build a strong infrastructure by providing platforms on which Young Adults can connect with each other and the ministry as a whole.
The Christian faith is built upon community. It is built upon compassionate relationships that recognize all as beloved of God. One goal of youth ministry is to help youth learn what it means to live in radically open and loving community.
Deacons serve the Lord by conducting the caring ministry of the church, doing benevolence work, visiting the sick, being alert to the spiritual needs of the congregation-for the purposes of freeing the pastoral staff to focus on prayer and the ministry of the Word, promoting unity within the church, and facilitating the spread of the gospel.
Our Enabling Ministry is made up of six ministries that enable and empower the body of believers here at Mount Zion, as well as in the community, to experience a more memorable encounter with God. The department’s services are not confined to just Sunday but during the week it provides a safe atmosphere, volunteer opportunities, transportation, and assistance to those who have a demonstrated need.
Deacon Johnny Alston
Ministry Resource Director
E Team Leader – Patricia Parrish
Care Ministry and The George W. Brooks Scholarship
The primary purpose of the Care Ministry is to minister to our college students and military personnel by providing encouragement that will meet their spiritual, mental and physical needs. This group is also responsible for selecting two students every year to receive the George W. Brooks Scholarship.
The Helping Hands Ministry strives to reach those in the community who have … Read More »