Mt. Zion ministers to children from birth through 12th grade. Through Sunday School, youth group, and a lot of fun activities children and youth learn about Jesus and have opportunities to develop friendships. We pray that each child will hear the gospel and make the choice to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young,
but set an example for the believers in speech, in life,
in love, and in faith, and in purity. ~ 1 Timothy 4:12
Feel free to contact our leaders for more information on what's happening here at Mt. Zion for your kids, or browse through our website to read more about what we have to offer.
For more information on any of our children's ministries please contact
Amanda Davis by clicking here.
This week's Pre-K lesson is about Palm Sunday. The story comes from Matthew 21: 1-11, 15-16. This week's lesson focus' on who is alive? Jesus is alive. The scripture for this week is "I am alive, for ever and ever!" Revelation 1:18. Click on this link (https://vimeo.com/showcase/6936782/video/402349294) for the worship and video for this week's lesson.
This week's Elementary lesson is about Humility and putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve. Through Palm Sunday and then Jesus praying in Gethsemane children will learn how Jesus is an example to us of humility. The story for this week's lesson is from Matthew 26: 36-56. The scripture verse for this week is "Don't do anything only to get ahead. Don't do it because you are proud. Instead, be humble. Value others more than yourselves." Philippians 2:3 Click on this link (https://vimeo.com/showcase/6936782/video/402350509) for worship and video for this week's lesson.
Pioneer Club is located in the Education Building for ages 3-5th grade; Pioneer Club runs September thru May; Children participate in singing, games, snacks, and a time of learning more about Christ. Badges can be earned by the children for participating in the various activities. In addition, there is an annual pinewood derby and overnight camping trip for 1st-5th graders.
Please contact Stacy Morse by clicking here.
Check-in, safety procedure, & what you need to know
In order to ensure the safety of the children entrusted to our care, we follow specific procedures for dropping off and picking up children. Children may be dropped off 15 minutes prior to the service and should be picked up within 15 minutes of the service ending.
•Sign each child in at the check-in station
•Place name sticker on child
•Take child to his/her classroom
•Sign each child out at the check-out station
•Pick child up from his/her classroom
•Hand teacher guardian receipt
All of our volunteers have been Safe Sanctuary Approved. This means they have had background checks and have been determined safe to work with the children and youth of our church.
Contacting you During the Service-
If we should need to contact you during the worship service, we will call your cell phone. So, please keep your cell phone on vibrate during the worship service. Nursery parents: If you drop your child off in the tent, you will be given a pager. If you are needed during the service, the pager will light up and vibrate.
If you would like to volunteer with any of our children's ministries and have been attending Mt Zion for more than 6 months, to get started please fill out our background check form and submit it the church office. to obtain the forms contact Amanda Davis by clicking here.
KidCheck is the check-in system used at Mt. Zion for Children's Ministry. If you are planning to bring your child to one of the Saturday or Sunday Children's Ministry programs, please go to the following link (go.kidcheck.com) and register your child. This will help with the check in process. If you have any questions please contact Amanda Davis at email@example.com.
Pine Car Derby
For Grades 1st -8th
At Mt Zion Church
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Upward Sports started as a single church basketball league, and basketball has been our most popular sport ever since! From a Recreation League through an Academy or Developmental Program all the way up to Upward Stars, young basketball players can chart their own athletic journeys through multiple levels of programming – all while being developed into total athletes mentally, athletically, spiritually, and socially.
Our culture has created a "win at all cost mentality" - most points, most trophies, most championships - generally defines a winner. Upward defines winning as learning and/or teaching lessons in the game of life. Parents, coaches and officials play a vital role in building the self-esteem and character of every child in this league. Players will look to their parents, coaches, and officials as models for sportsmanship, respect for authority, and positive attitudes. Together we can provide a lasting effect in these children that will last long after the end of the season.
Upward promotes Character and Self esteem in Every Child by:
Providing an evaluation system that promotes equal teams and opportunities
Teaching and promoting the "Circle of Affirmation"
Using a substitution system for each team,
Awarding special recognition awards after every game
Special player and team announcements at every game
Awarding EACH child an end of season award / gift