In-Person Worship Resumes
IMPORTANT Notice: Sunday worship now begins at 10:30 AM. Don’t be late!
We are open for in-person worship every Sunday morning at 10:30, and you are most welcome. We have relaxed our Covid policies and procedures to generally follow CDC guidelines. Several key points:
- Masks are totally your decision, although if you’re not fully vaccinated you may want to consider wearing a mask.
- Singing is OK and welcome!
- If you’re sick, especially with respiratory symptoms, please stay home. You may certainly join us online!
We will have online worship Sunday mornings at 10:30, along with a special online message for young people each Sunday at 12 noon. Online worship address is bit.ly/watchmtzion. I thank our church leaders for their input and suggestions. Blessings to all! – Pastor Roger
This Week’s Sunday Message
Here’s our online message for Sunday, December 4.
New: Just for Young People
Pastor Roger has added a special message for young people, available on our church Facebook and YouTube Video channels. A new message will be posted each Sunday at 12:00 PM, and will be available on demand at any time after that.
Here’s this week’s Message for Young People:
This year’s Rawlinsville Camp Meeting is over, but there are still RCM activities throughout the coming months. Check it out at www.rawlinsvillecamp.com. Also see the RCM Facebook page for more information, facebook.com/RawlinsvilleCampMeeting.
New: Online/Electronic Donations!
Now Mt. Zion is able to accept your donations online, electronically. We know that giving is a challenge when we’re not able to gather in person for worship. Support our ministries using your major credit card. Just click on the Donate button below:
You can use major credit/debit cards, and you can even set up automatic scheduled donations. And even though it’s done with PayPal, you do not need a PayPal account. Plus, it’s secure.
Our friends at Solanco Neighborhood Ministries care for our neighbors in many ways. One of those is our food bank. Please support the food bank with your donations; click here for a list of the current needs, updated for October.
Hurricanes, earthquakes, devastating fires. It seems like disasters are happening right and left. What can we do? See Pastor Roger’s blog, Disasters Happen, for some ways you can help people in need, both near and far, by donating to UMCOR.
You’ll find that we’re engaged in ministry, too, as a member of the SOULanco Mission Connection group of United Methodist congregations in southern Lancaster County. We’re proud to be part of Rawlinsville Camp Meeting as one of the founding churches. We support the Solanco Food Bank (Solanco Neighborhood Ministries), and the IMPACT! Missions housing ministry.
In 2020 Mt. Zion UMC began working with IMPACT! Missions, a faith-based housing ministry dedicated to helping everyone have a home that’s warm, safe and dry. We’re doing a volunteer workday with IMPACT! Missions on the first Saturday of each month, from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Contact Pastor Roger to sign up.
Want to get in touch, or ask questions? Click here for our Contact page.
You’ll also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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