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Mount Zion General Baptist Church focuses transformation

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 During the month of January, Mount Zion General Baptist Church is focusing on the topic of being TRANSFORMED by the renewing power of our God. The word “TRANSFORMED” can easily be used to replace a word often difficult to take by many of us. We all need to experience this yet we all seem to avoid “CHANGE.”
Change is a part of life and is necessary for meeting the demands of life. Recently while in conversation with one of our members about many of the changes taking place at Mt. Zion GBC the comment was made by the member that really was insightful. He said, “The church must change with the times if it is going to continue.”
Mount Zion GBC has a great history, one which I am very proud of, one which has laid the foundation for the work being accomplished today. Mount Zion has been known as a “family” church which has been a drawing factor for many who have come to make Mount Zion there church home in recent years. The history of the church also include a passion for sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with friends and family which explains why 16 people became Christ followers, 17 renewed their relationship with God and nine gave testimony of their faith through baptism in 2011.
Mount Zion GBC continues to grow. I firmly believe that we will be breaking ground on our addition which will enable us to better equip our friends with the great news about God’s love for all.
But the most prominent news about the changes taking place at Mount Zion is that beginning Feb. 5 we will be starting a second worship service. As our attendance has continued to grow it has become imperative that we add a worship service to accommodate the excitement taking place. The first worship, beginning at 8 a.m. will be a traditional service while the 10:30 a.m. worship will be more on the contemporary side. Sunday School will continue to be offered at 9:30 a.m.
You are invited to come and see what is happening at Mount Zion. If you have any questions please feel free to call any of our Deacon Ministry Team members.
If you would like to know more about becoming a Christ Follower please do not hesitate to call.
Ministry team members include: Tom Holbrook, 319-2907; Martin Redman, 204-0560; Eric Lutton, 598-7096; Kevin Slygh, 457-1488; Art Stierley, 781-9022; and Rick Sellers, pastor, 781-9298.