Mount Zion Suburban Apartments
Completed in 1974, Mt. Zion Suburban Apartments consists of two separate 3-story elevator buildings located in the city's northwest sector.
As a 221 (d)(3)MIR community, it's LMSA Section 8 contract makes assistance available to eligible very low-income elderly households in all 118 one-bedroom rental apartments. Each apartment is equipped with range, refrigerator, disposal and air-conditioning. Most units are carpeted. All utilities are included in the rent. Residents of each building enjoy having their own coin-operated laundry facilities and community room. A bus shelter is provided for the convenience of those residents who use the city bus.
Mt. Zion Suburban Apartments provides a bus for monthly trips to local shopping malls and grocery shopping. Local health organizations offer free screening and medical services at the property periodically throughout the year.
Bus trips in recent years have taken residents to Brown County to enjoy the fall foliage, to Monument Circle for lighting of the Christmas tree, and to other places of interest. Card and board games, as well as Bible Study are but a few of the other activities in the community rooms. Garden plots are available at the back of the community for those wishing to grow their own vegetables or flowers.
The highlight of the year is the summer picnic, held in the shade of a huge canopy in the large grassy area between Mt. Zion Suburban's two buildings, that brings all residents, guests and staff together.
5260 N. Michigan Road (317) 251-8669
3500 Graceland Avenue | Indianapolis, IN 46208 | PH: (317) 923-4010
The Proclamation of the Word
Sunday, December 29th., 2019
Dr. Philip K. James
Fourth Sunday of Advent (Focus: Luke 1:26–38)
Reader 1: O God, we light the fourth candle of Advent.
(With the first three candle! s burning, a family member lights the fourth candle.)
Reader 2: We hear your angel Gabriel and witness the faith of Mary. Fill us with your grace and love.
Reader 1: Mary was a young, strong, spiritual woman. Even though her life was not easy, she heard God's voice and said yes. Her song was a prayer that would uplift those who were downtrodden. Her lyrics shattered the proud and called the world to change. She would bear within her the promised child, Jesus, the Light of the World. This Advent, we respond to God's beckoning to us as well.
People : Revealing God, visit us and fill us with your Spirit. Bring your good news to life within us. Give us courage to carry your light into the injustices and shadows of this world. Amen.
People: Shine on us, O God of justice;
Guide our path through gloom of night;
Bear within us Wisdom's glory;
Come to us, O Christ the Light and lover of our souls.
Jesus is the Reason
To become a nurturing community of believers; where persons and families feel love; participate in worship; develope their God-given gifts in ministry and committed discipleship, in order to meet the spiritual, physical and social needs of the congregation and community, to the glory of God.
Because He lives, we can face tomorrow! May God Bless your week in a Supernatural Way!
May Jesus be the Center of your Joy!
You are in our prayers.