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Children's Ministry
Children's Ministry includes: Children's Church - 4th Sunday; "Children's Moments" each Sunday during worship; Sunday Church School; ushering; choir; children's group, fall festival; Vacation Bible School and mission projects.
Banner Ministry
This ministry designs and makes banners for the church year observance of Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Pentecost and other church events. They made banners of the Apostles' Shields displayed on the Emmaus Walk Hallway (lower level).
Biblical Storytelling Team
The Biblical Storytelling Team tells Biblical stories from the heart. Their telling have included the Book of Ruth; the birth of Christ and the Resurrection story. Members of the team included children, youth and adults. The team coordinator is certified by the national Network of Biblical Storytellers, Inc.
College Connection
Our church, through the R. T. Andrews Scholarship Commission, Inc., offers several book awards and a $5,000 scholarship annually to graduating high school seniors. The church keeps in contact with students by sending emails, cards and care packages.
Crisis Ministry

Desivned for those who have a passion for meeting the physical and spiritual needs of members of the community and Church through service and giving.  Unit Leader: Sis. Vickie Massey 

Provide food for families in need.

Provide clothing for families in need.

In the future, hope to be able to assist families with utility assistance. 

Diaconate Ministry
The Diaconate Board is comprised of men and women who have been ordained by the church to assist the Pastor with oversight, care and development of the whole church as we endeavor to glorify God and edify others.
Discipleship Ministry
A discipleship course is offered for all new members and members who wish to gain a better understanding of the Christian beliefs and the doctrines and traditions of the Baptist church.
Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen
The Food Pantry is open on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Food is available for persons in the church community who need assistance. On the 4th Wednesday, the Sharing God's Good Food Soup Kitchen is open to participants.
Harambee is a study series that "brings together" families for a time of reflection and study. There are classes for children, youth, and adults. There are sessions in the spring and summer.
Mission Department

The Mission Depatment is comprised of the following Units and their programs: Ruby Langford Unit, Business and Professional Unit, Mission Council, Crisis Ministry Unit and Men's Ministry. The Department leads in contributions and services that support global, national and local mission endeavors. The focus for this year is on poverty and homelessness.

Music, Worship and Creative Arts
Music Ministry, worship and creative arts are under the direction of Minister of Music, Geoffrey Kelsaw.
The R. T. Andrews Scholarship Commission, Inc.

Named in honor of the Reverend Richard Taylor Andrews, Sr. who served as pastor from 1939 until his death in 1984, the Commission awards an annual scholarship to a graduating high school senior. The Commission also provides book awards and funds for educational travel.

Sheepfold Ministry
This congregational care ministry is overseen by the Diaconate. The four sheepfolds are names for the four evangelists. Diaconate Leaders are assigned to members according to lasts names. Sheepfold of Matthew (A-C); Sheepfold of Mark (D-L); Sheepfold of Luke (M-R); Sheepfold of  John (S-Z).
Stewardship Ministry
Promoting the spirit and culture of generosity through gifts of time, talents, finances, and use of spiritual gifts that support the vision and mission of the Church as we strive to do better together.
Sunday Church School
Sunday Church School meets each Sunday (8:45 - 9:45 AM). There are classes for children, youth  and adults. Lessons are on the International Sunday School curriculum. The literature used  is published by Urban Ministries, Inc.
The monthly newsletter is distributed on the first Sunday of each month. The paper includes articles and information on spiritual growth, health care, Christian Education, and upcoming church events. It also includes condolences, birthdays and special-day observances of the membership.
Trustee Ministry
Trustees… care for church property and finances to support and enhance the vision and mission of the church.
Ushers/Hospitality Ministry
The ushers include Senior Ushers (Adults) and Junior Ushers (Children and Youth). The ushers assist in seating persons and collecting the offerings at the 10:00 AM worship service and special programs.  The Hospitality Ministry assists in welcoming visitors and members to the services. This ministry ensures that visitor cards are completed and give verbal welcome to first-time visitors
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is conducted during June with classes for children and youth. Adults participate in Harambee (educational forums) during Vacation Bible School.
Wellness Service
The Wellness Service is located in the Renaissance Center of Hope and Learning. Services provided include free health screening and check-ups for high blood pressure, diabetics, and other health issues. The ministry also sponsors an annual health fair.
Youth Ministry
Youth Ministry provides opportunities for children and youth to participate in Sunday Church School, youth meetings, mission projects, outreach and various other educational and fun activities.
3500 Graceland Avenue | Indianapolis, IN 46208  | PH: (317) 924-4748
Office Hours: Tuesday - Thursday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.     Friday, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

The Proclamation of the Word

Sunday, August 18. 2019

Dr. Philip K. James




 This Week at Mount Zion 

                WHAT DOES LOVE MEAN?

You are challenged to pray more, and more earnestly during this first Month of the New Year.  By Prayer God will launch and lift you into the orbit of His Grace needed for the Journey of 2018.

Read: Jeremiah 29:7; Jeremiah 33:3

This 1st week of January pray for Men.... fathers and young adult men

The 2nd week pray for Women.... mothers, young adult women 

The 3rd week pray for marriages and families 

The 4th week pray for Children, Youth and Teens 

- Pray and ask God to lead us, to give us ears and hearts to hear his voice, and obey his voice

- Pray and ask God to keep us and Cleanse us from hidden faults, our negative attitudes, lack of faith, and Keep us from deliberate sins! 

- Pray and ask God for a closer walk with him

- Pray to be more bold in your witness for him

- Pray for grace to practice loving each other as we want to be loved

- Pray  for more patience in attitude and and the grace of hospitality when activities you serve in go longer than you planned stay

- Ask God to heal you every where you hurt.... And to Restore the Joy of your salvation...

- Ask God to keep you aware that it is in His presence that the full completeness of Joy is found

- Ask God to work through you to help add 100 new believers to our congratulation in 2018!

There is power in prayer!  Imagine what is possible as we focus in together and pray this month!

The Spiritual Promise:

Make your request known unto God.... And the peace of God which surpasses all understanding..... 

Shall guard your heart and mind through Christ Jesus our Lord!  Phil. 4:6-7