Families First Church is a service that will engage you and your child in the joy of worship. This is church with some familiar ways of worship offered in new and familiar ways: Simple, and meaningful songs, puppets, drama, motion prayers, media and more.
Additional services will be held on March 20, April 16, May 21, and June 18.
Chicken/Pork BBQ Saturday, October 14th from 11am to 2:00 PM at Mt. Zion! The BBQ is being catered by Grandpas Country Catering. A Bake Sale, Pumpkin Decorations, Hayride and a "Trunk or Treat" activity will all be part of the fun.
For more information, call the church office at 717-732-1577.
Enjoy a meal away from the kitchen in support of Mt. Zion Church!
Our next "Dine to Donate" is at Chili's, Mechanicsburg. A portion of your bill will benefit Mt. Zion Church.
You may need to present a coupon to benefit the church. These will be available at the fundraising table in the gathering area.
Mt. Zion Church will be gathering for its annual Thanksgiving Dinner at 5:00 pm.
Turkey, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes and beverages will be provided. You are also invited to bring a dish to share!! Here are some suggestions: if you last name ends with...
A to G - bring a Hot Side Dish
H to M - bring a Cold Side Dish
N to Z - bring a Dessert
You are invited to gather with us in the Social Hall following the morning worship service to enjoy fresh strawberries and whatever fixings the folks rustle up for a freewill donation.
All proceeds will benefit our Kentucky Mission Team and its ongoing mission with Henderson Settlement, Kentucky.
You don't want to miss this Annual Treat!
Lumber for Henderson Settlement, Frakes, Kentucky will be loaded at form the Essis and Sons Warehouse located at 406 Brandy Lane in Mechanicsburg.
After the lumber is loaded the truck will arrive Mt. Zion Church at 10:30 am to be loaded ceramic paints, Christmas gifts, children's clothing, and other items.
Help is needed at both locations!
The United Methodist Women and Women of Faith are collecting hats, gloves, and scarves for the Navajo children at the Baca/Dio ay azhi Community School, which serves children through the 6th grade. The school is located in New Mexico.
The women will be meeting in the Social Hall to make fleece scarves for the children of the school. Donations of fleece material, scarves, gloves, knitted and crocheted hats are needed and welcome.
Bring your scissors, rotary cutters, cutting boards, rulers, etc. For more information contact Dorothy Sweeger at 717-732-1765.
The Children's Sunday School Class will be enjoying a Color-Me-Mine Party at Color-Me-Mine located in the Capital City Mall, Camp Hill.
The cost is $20 per child, which provides for pottery, painting, and a sitting fee. Color-Me-Mine is also offering $5.00 for anyone who else who attends, presents a flyer, and paints. Flyers are available in bulletin.
For information contact Shelley at email@example.com