Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Cherryville, North Carolina 

"THE CHURCH WITH A HEART FOR CHRIST, AND A HOPE FOR THE WORLD"                                          

We are glad to show you around our church!
It is exciting to be a part of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
We are believers striving to serve the Lord.
Our Worship Services feature Bible Preaching 
and Uplifting and Inspiring Music. 
There is a place for you at Mt. Zion!
112 Mount Zion Church Road, Cherryville, NC 28021 - Office: 704-435-9636 -
Mt. Zion Baptist Church

112 Mt. Zion Church Road
Cherryville, North Carolina 28021
(704) 435-9636 - church office
(704) 435-3096 - fax

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Concert on the Lawn with Summit Trace
Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 6:00 pm​

Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy an evening of Christian music. From its outset in 2013, the message of Summit Trace has struck a resounding chord – a genuine burden to reach the lost, minister to those who are hurting, and encourage the church. This purpose driven devotion continues to be delivered by some of the most talented and spirit filled young men in Christian Music. Lead vocalist Keith and his son Alex have previously toured with a number of respected Christian Music artists perfecting their God given talents in ministry and now bring that experience to the stage with Summit Trace. The result is rich, high-energy, harmonies, stirring testimonies and a message of hope conveyed by professional, sincere, compassionate servants of the body of Christ. (A love offering will be taken to help with this ministry.)
Holy Week Services in Cherryville scheduled for April 6-10 have been cancelled for congregational gathering but will be live streamed at 12:05 each day on First Presbyterian Church's Facebook page (go to Facebook and type in the search bar - First Presbyterian Church Cherryville). The services can also be heard on WCSL 1580 AM Cherryville. The schedule for speakers is as follows: Monday - Rev. Jerry Lail Tuesday - Rev. Zack Christy Wednesday - Rev. Ben Kifer Thursday - Rev. Jhoan Alfaro Friday - Rev. Bob Holtsclaw The meals and crosswalk are also cancelled.