Christmas 2019 at Mt Zion

As always, this year Mt Zion offers many different ways to add to our joy in preparation and celebration of the birth of Jesus. Christmas Has a Heart Sunday, December 8 @ 9:40 am (between services) Shop the marketplace to support local charities and find out more about how they...

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a tree shown in drought and life, representing a mindset of scarcity versus abundance

Putting God’s house in order

Putting God’s House in Order is the theme for our stewardship drive to raise money for 2020.  We’re working with a program recommended by our synod called “Stewardship for All Seasons”.  One of the great things about this program is that it encourages us to shift from a mindset of...

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What makes Mt Zion stand out

… and what Mt Zion offers that keeps me coming back I can summarize it in four words:  learning, discipleship, hope, and tolerance. Learning Mt Zion provides Christian education where I can learn about Jesus and his example that we should live by, as well as building spirituality and my...

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The Water of Life! VBS 2019

Sign up now for The Water of Life, Vacation Bible School (VBS) 2019! During this week at Vacation Bible School, children will explore ways water plays an important role in helping us understand the kind and quality of God’s love and the power and depth of Jesus’ love. The theme...

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Kristin Sponcia

Get to know Kristin Sponcia

Mt Zion’s contemporary worship leader, Kristin Sponcia, says music is a gift of God. Along with leading our 10:45 am service on Sundays, Kristin is presently the Choir Director for Divine Savior Holy Angels school and teaches private students in piano and voice. In the fall Kristin will be Assistant...

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Make plans for Holy Week

It’s already time to start looking ahead to plans for Holy Week. Will you join us? Sunday, April 14 The 8:30 and 10:45 am Palm Sunday worship services traditionally start with a palm-waving procession as we celebrate Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. We’ll also celebrate First Communion for our 2nd...

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