Becoming a Member
Church membership is a biblical principle showing the church as an organized unit or family, and becoming a member is an important step in deepening your commitment to Christ. Scriptural references of church as a family include Romans 12:4,5 (a body of members), John 10:2 (a fold of sheep) and 1 Corinthians 1:2 (a church of saints).
It is at church that we develop healthy, wholesome relationships with fellow believers. Membership also provides accountability to the work and support of the ministry for God’s kingdom. Jesus’ commitment to His Church (the body of believers) includes calling committed pastors to watch for our souls (Heb. 13:17), so it is important for us to be committed to an assembly so that we can be guided, nurtured, loved, and taught.
How will I get to know everyone?
Our Guest Services Ministry hosts a quarterly fellowship new members. These fellowships are relaxing and informal events that help you become acquainted with staff, ministry leaders, and other members.
I’m ready to join! What’s the first step?
The first step is to schedule an orientation with Sister Eudora Bryant, Executive Assistant to Pastor, at 614-372-6473 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
After your orientation, you will be enrolled in the Discipleship Class which meets on Sundays at 9 a.m. The class lasts for six weeks and is designed to welcome you and help you become acclimated to your new church family. The Start Strong handbook written by Pastor Price is used, and introduces you to our faith and doctrine, church history, Relationship Building, Developing your gifts, and ministries.
Formal acceptance of new members
You will be warmly received into the Mt. Zion family through the Right Hand of Fellowship which takes place on first Sundays.
Opportunities to Connect
Sundays at 10am
Wednesdays at 7pm