Mt. Zion Cares about Seniors
The community of Cornelius has long and deep roots in a faith tradition of people caring for people. Developing the Senior Campus is a way of honoring the faith principles and rich community heritage of this church.
Dr. Mary John Dye, Senior Pastor
Mt. Zion United Methodist Church
Keeping Seniors Close to Lifelong Friends, Church, and Community
We have been especially moved by the reality that so many seniors, at a certain stage of life, have to move away from family, church or friends for the care life requires with advancing years.
The Mt. Zion Senior Campus will offer multi-faceted support services and quality care for seniors that keeps them close to lifelong friends, church, and community.
Bringing a 10-Year Vision Process by Mt. Zion United Methodist Church to Life
In partnership with other organizations, the Senior Campus, fully developed, will include four beneficial and life-enriching components.
Responding to a Need
We are also responding to the increasing number of senior citizens who moved into this community to be near children or grandchildren.
After leaving long established homes, friendships, and churches, the Mt. Zion Senior Campus can offer a welcome "new home" in a friendly, caring, faith-centered, deeply rooted church outreach.
Sharing Our Love for Seniors in Life-Enriching Ways!
We invite you to visit the new Senior Campus during one of our upcoming open house events, and discover the many ways the fully developed campus can change lives for our seniors and their families, our church, and our community for many years to come!'