With Christians around the world, we confess faith in the Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The Christian faith has been summarized in two historic confessions: The Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed. These creeds form the core of our Christian belief, but we also emphasize that our faith must be lived out in the world through the service of love. As the Apostle Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 13, we can have all faith so as to remove mountains, but if we do not have love, we are a noisy gong and a clashing cymbal. We invite you to explore more about the beliefs of the United Methodist Church here.
In our worship services at Mt. Zion, we generally follow the seasons of the Christian year:
- Advent-the Christ is expected
- Christmas-the Christ is born
- Epiphany-the Christ is for all the world's people
- Lent-the Christ came to reconcile us to God, Easter-the Christ Arose, defeating sin and death
- Pentecost-the Holy Spirit comes so that the Church may be as Christ on earth
All of the services and sermons are planned and freshly designed from the Word of God and with the purpose of sharing Christ in this manner.
Service to Our Community and World by Realizing an Even Greater Vision for the Future
Since 1827, the people of Mt. Zion UMC have sought to be God's people so that God might be a part of the community in which we live. We believe that the heart of the community has been, is, and shall be, the Church. Because of that belief, we welcome all people in search of God's teaching who desire a spiritual home.
Our intention is to build upon our great heritage of service to our community and world by realizing an even greater vision for the future.
Part of the United Methodist Church
Mt. Zion United Methodist Church is a local congregation of the United Methodist Church. The church is a part of the Metro District which is a part of the Western North Carolina Annual Conference which is a part of the Southeast Jurisdiction.
Our Bishop of the Western North Carolina Conference is Bishop Paul Leeland and our District Superintendent of the Metro District is the Rev. David Hockett.