Zion Fitness

The Recreation Ministry "Zion Fitness" aims to provide opportunities for children and adults of the Mt. Zion community to participate in recreational activities that will promote good health, fellowship, encouragement, well-being and FUN!



Serving youth in Kings Mountain

Vision: To help children transition into the best versions of themselves spiritually, interpersonally, and physically as they approach young adult life with complete confidence and understanding of who they are in Christ Jesus.

The C.R.E.W. is Mt. Zion's Youth Ministry. 

All Youth Movement is a collaborative youth ministry between Mt. Zion and Mt. Olive Baptist Churches. We have joined together to serve community youth. 

Our youth choir is in full swing. We are learning, praising, and worshipping together! The Mt. Zion YC sings each fourth Sunday during worship along with other opportunities to fellowship.

Sunday School

If you would like to join us, arrive by 8:45 am Sunday morning. 


Feeding those in need. 


WEDNESDAYS AT 5:30 PM on Conference Call. If you want to join, contact us at mtzionkm.org

Copy of Rediscover Church

Doing Mission Work in our Church & Community


Our friends agree. You are welcome here!

"Upon first impression, the people of Mt. Zion carry the Spirit of the Living God, therefore creating an atmosphere where the Spirit is allowed free reign. As I was honored to minister there, I immediately sensed and felt God's presence the moment I darkened the doors. As I prepare to minister there again in the coming days, I am excited and looking forward to a revisitation and to a GREATER sense of that presence!"

Chad Beam

Pastor, Catalyst Fire Church

"This is a church with a servant heart. .following the example of Jesus. Feeding many every Tuesday. Amazing outreach to the community."

Marie B. Jackson


"Mt. Zion is a wonderful place to worship. The members are so friendly and they are a pleasure to worship with. I highly recommend Mt. Zion as a place to worship." 

Barbara Alston

"Hospitality is welcoming. I was greeted in kindness."

Lucille Taylor