Mt. Zion UMC

Welcome to Mt. Zion United Methodist Church at Peach Bottom! We’re a small, friendly, family-friendly church in southern Lancaster County, PA, in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Click here for directions.


We worship together on Sunday mornings at 11:00, and celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. Stop by for fellowship time at 10:30 Sunday morning.

Rawlinsville Camp Meeting

Rawlinsville Camp Meeting is over for 2019. Mt. Zion is one of the founding members churches, and we’ll be back next year. Camp Meeting itself is over, but there are still lots of special activities coming up:

RCM Calendar

  • Oct. 14-Nov. 1 – New! The annual RCM Auction goes online! Details soon.
  • Oct. 19 – Annual Pot Pie Sale (postponed from July)
  • Nov. 9 – Camp Clean Up Day and Pick-Up Day for RCM’s Soup Sale

Disaster Strikes

People in the U.S. Midwest are devastated by flooding. People in far-away Mozambique are suffering the results of an intense cyclone, with flooding and more. 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), LUMINA, the new “Bare Essentials” clothing ministry, and the IMPACT! Missions housing ministry.

New Ministry

In 2019 Mt. Zion UMC is partnering with IMPACT! Missions, a faith-based housing ministry dedicated to helping everyone have a home that’s warm, safe and dry. We’ll resume volunteer workdays in the fall, after taking a summer break.

Contact Us

Want to get in touch, or ask questions? Click here for our Contact page.

Social Media

You’ll also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Cool Quote:

“Early Christians didn’t attend church. They were the church. ”  @cnieuwhof