to Christ's Love
We seek to live this out as gather each Sunday to remind us we are loved,
we matter, and to celebrate God at work in our lives.
8:45am - Mt. Zion (led by Pastor Matt Plant)
10:30am - Barnitz (led by Pastor Matt Plant)
10:45am - Wings of Praise Mt. Zion (led by Marlin Herr)
How to contact us?
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Mt. Zion UMC
420 Park Drive, Carlisle PA 17015
23 Church Lane, Carlisle PA 17015
I'm new, what can I expect when I visit your church?
When you enter our churches, you can expect a warm welcome and friendly faces. No matter where you are from, or who you are, you will always be welcomed here.
Throughout our worship service, we will sing a couple of songs. Songs help to give us words to say to God when we might not know what to say. They help us to thank God. They help us to praise and worship Him. Songs often remind us again that God loves us and that we matter to Him.
There is a time to share where we have seen God during the week. This helps to remind us that God is at work in our lives. We can see Him and what He does week to week.
We take time to pray for, and with, one another. God wants to hear what is on our hearts and minds. We take time to read from the Bible. As in any good relationship, we take time to listen to God.
After listening to what God is saying through the Scriptures, we dig deeper to translate what it means for our lives and where God is at work in each one of us.
How can I become involved on a Sunday morning?
There are lots of wonderful ways to connect within our churches on a Sunday morning! If you love to sing or play a musical instrument, we invite you to join our choirs or praise team. Have a joy interacting with people, consider joining our connecting and hospitality teams. Enjoy teaching children or adults the love of Christ, we welcome you to be a part of our children or adult ministries.
Do you have Sunday School classes?
Yes, we offer classes for both children and adults between and during worship services.
Do I have to dress up?
We invite you to come as you are and to be comfortable. Some will be dressed in their Sunday best, while others prefer casual jeans and a t-shirt.