FAQ

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Q. What should I expect when I visit?

A. When you visit Mt. Zion, you can expect to feel welcomed and accepted into our local church family. You’ll join with others as we worship God with passion and sincerity. At Mt. Zion, we believe in the power of the Word of God to transform lives, break mindsets, heal brokenness, restore wholeness, and empower people to live mature Christian lives. Our dedicated staff is committed to ministering the life-giving power of Christ to you and your family. It is our desire as a ministry to truly help you experience the best of life.

Q. What does Mt. Zion offer my family?

A. At Mt. Zion, we believe in the importance of meeting people at their point of need in life. As such, we’ve designed our ministry outlets to connect people of all ages, developmental stages, and backgrounds with one another. We believe in building successful families. Our family ministry supports parents with children from childbirth through the teenage years. During most service times, we have programs designed to meet the developmental and spiritual needs of your children, infant through fifth grade, with creative activities and lessons. Our student ministry has their own age-appropriate service on Sunday mornings for grades 6-8, with a Holy Spirit Service on Wednesday evenings for grades 6-12.

Q. What are Mt. Zion ‘s service times?

A. Click here for a complete listing of service times.

Q. How do I get connected?

A. Mt. Zion provides many opportunities for you and your family to “get connected” to the heart of our church, to our extensive church family, and to areas that might be of interest to you. Because of this, we provide many ministry opportunities to do just that. One point of connection to the ministry of Mt. Zion is through our small group ministry. Our small groups are located throughout the metro-Detroit area and are designed to connect people on a more intimate level. Even though we are a large church, we desire for everyone, at every stage of life, to feel connected and find his or her purpose in life. Click here for a listing of small groups in your area.

Q. How do I feel “at home” in the church?

A. Everyone wants to have a sense of belonging in life. At Mt. Zion, we believe wholeheartedly that having a strong sense of community is key to experiencing the best of life. There are a few steps you can take to ensure that you’ll feel “at home” here:

•  Regularly attend services – When you regularly attend services, you’ll be enriched and strengthened spiritually. In addition, you’ll become familiar with friendly faces that would love to meet you and make you feel welcome here.

•  Connect yourself in a ministry – In a large church, it’s easy to get “lost in the shuffle.” That’s why we offer many ministries that will help you connect to the core of who we are. Additionally, our small group ministry is dedicated to connecting you to other Christians in a much smaller, more personal setting. Enjoy food, fellowship, and an opportunity to form lasting relationships in any of our small groups.

•  Join the ministry team as a volunteer – Do you want to grab hold of the heartbeat of our ministry and make an impact in the lives of other people? If so, we need you! Building a great church requires great people like you in order to succeed. Volunteering your time and talents can be one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll have in life. Click here to complete our online volunteer sign up.

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