Ministries at Zion
Our needs as a congregation are diverse. From young families meeting the daily challenges of new parenthood to our infirm and homebound members who are no longer able to attend regular church services, we as a congregation are committed to serving and meeting the needs of our church family. We support each other by volunteering our time and talents.... from volunteering in the nursery, to bringing communion and visiting with our homebound, to lifting up the needs of our church members through prayer. We are a church family that cares, and cares for each other.
Learning and growing is a part of every Christians' duty and it is also a part of our mission at Zion. We have number of educational ministries to help help individuals of all ages grow in their Christian Faith.
The Clothes Closet will be open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and is located at 118 West Green Street in Middletown. We are trying to fill up our shelves with gently used clothes and shoes of all sizes. Drop your donations at the Clothes Closet on Mondays and Saturdays from 9a.m. till 11 a.m.
They meet on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the back of the Social Room from 8:30a.m. - 1:30p.m. They provide Quilting Services as well as donations of knitted prayer shawls, hats and Gloves for those in need. They also provide Pillow cases where needed as well.
The GriefShare program is a 15 week grief support group for those dealing with the death of a loved one. This is a biblical based grief support group and each session offers a video, group discussion, and a personal workbook activity. The group meets Mondays at 6pm
Our Safe House for Youth runs every Thursday after school, and takes place at 107 W. Main St. in The Garden's Edge in the Church Proper. The Hours of operation are from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.. There is tutoring, Study Groups, Games, Air Hockey, and ping-pong etc. There is both male and female adult supervision at all times. The Safe house is provided at no charge
The Middletown Valley Food Bank (MVFB) provides nutritious food and personal supplies to those in need within Middletown Valley and the surrounding areas regardless of income, faith or other criteria. We strive to alleviate hunger, promote self-sufficiency and to treat all clients with dignity and respect. Our goods will always be of the highest standards.
Have you ever wished to use your gifts to proclaim God's word through music-making? Has the music moved you and you wished to be a part of the giving of that music? Now is a perfect time to join a group that makes a glorious sound to the Lord!
Other Ministries and Committees
Welcome and Engagement
Safety and Security
Music and Worship
Zion Daughters Hospitality