What to Expect

At Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, you will discover a warm group of people dedicated to following our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

From the moment you walk up to the building you can expect…

A Warm Greeting

A heartfelt greeting is part of what makes a church a church. No matter what question you might have, just ask. Our greeters at each service are there to help you get settled and comfortable.

NOTE:  Hot coffee is available at our 9:45 a.m. Praise and Worship service.

A Pressure-Free Environment

We want our guests to feel welcome and comfortable.  If you and your family decide to visit us for worship, please know that you will not be asked to do or say anything which will make you stand out.  You will not be asked to stand or speak or identify yourself as a guest. 

If you feel comfortable doing so, the pastors will ask any guests to fill out an information card and place that in the offering plate as it is passed, so that you may be greeted during the week and presented with a small gift. 

Other than that, we want you to take your time to feel comfortable at Mt. Zion, getting to know us while worshiping God as you become connected at your own pace.

An Engaging Message

We offer three worship services on Sundays.  Each Sunday service features the same message.  Wednesday night services feature a different message. 

No matter which service you choose to attend, you will hear an engaging, inspiring, and Biblical message.

Wonderful, Uplifting Music

Be prepared to be uplifted by music!  Our traditional services at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. feature a variety of more traditional hymns accompanied by the choir and backed by organ, piano, and hand bells (on occasion).

The Praise and Worship service features a full, 12+ member praise band, guaranteed to get you up and moving with a more contemporary sound.

The Wednesday night worship service features acoustic music from our talented FUEL and youth members.

From hymns to contemporary to acoustic to seasonal hand bells, we seek to honor and praise the Lord through music.