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Here you will find information concerning our church and its ministries. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.

If you are considering a new place of worship or a relocation to our area, we would love to have you be our guest.

When you visit our church, you will find:

  • A caring congregation that will gladly welcome you
  • Preaching/teaching that is centered on the Word of God
  • Ministries to meet the spiritual needs of every age

Contact Information

Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church
345 Main St.
Mt. Zion, Illinois 62549
Phone (217)864-2528


  • Habitat for Humanity Work Day

    Volunteers are needed for Habitat for Humanity Work Day (salesclerks, cleaning, unloading, stocking items donated, and home construction site).  The work day is Friday, May 4 at 10:00 a.m.  We will meet at the Decatur Restore located at 932 East Wood Street.  Please sign up on the sheet posted on the bulletin board, so work can be planned.  Volunteers will need to fill out a data sheet (those are located on the table by the east stairwell).  For more information contact Mark Milnor or go to www.habitat.org.

  • Ladies Night Out Spring Tea Party

    The Ladies Night Out Spring Tea Party is Monday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Annex.

  • Adult Sunday School

    Beginning Sunday, April 22, the Adult Sunday School Class will begin a new series called Animate: Bible.  This series is designed to reinvigorate and deepen the understanding of the Bible.  You will gain perspectives on God, religion, Jesus, salvation, the cross, the Bible, and the church from seven Christian thought leaders.  No preparation is needed, just come to the class ready to learn and have good conversation!  This class will be taught by Pastor Mike.  Any questions, please see Molly.

  • Graduation Sunday

    Graduation Sunday is April 22.  If you have a graduate, please let Molly know by April 8.

  • From the Mission Field in Honduras...

    A special thanks to everyone who contributed to the February mission trip to LaCeibita, Honduras! Through your generous donations, financial support and prayers, we took a troop of 17 to minister to this village. A team of three American doctors and one Honduran doctor saw 720 patients and delivered over 3,000 prescriptions this year. (We had reports of people traveling for four hours to come to the medical clinic!) We obtained a dental chair which facilitated having a dentist join us. She provided hundreds of fluoride treatments and extracted nearly 50 damaged and broken teeth. We provided 250 people with reading glasses, many who were excited to be able to read their Bibles again! Five Central Illinois churches now sponsor 125 students through the Becas con Bendiciones scholarship program, improving the availability of education for many who otherwise could not attend school. We continue with the sewing ministry, maintaining three Singer sewing machines for the local women to use. The Women’s and Children’s Ministries, including Bible School, continue to be a mainstay. We delivered 20 Children's Spanish Bibles. I have personally seen the tangible and palpable benefits to this village through my six years of participation. Serving the same village consistently has allowed us to develop relationships and accountability with the people of LaCeibita. Each trip has become a rewarding reunion with friends. The incredible growth and success of this mission work is now allowing us to look at expanding our efforts to include a second needy village in Honduras. Thank you all again for helping to spread and share the love of God and Jesus into the world!

    Derin Rominger

  • Milligan Academy

    Milligan Academy has an ongoing need for non-perishable food items.  Financial donations also helpful.  School supplies and clothing needs have been met.

  • History Tab

    We have initiated a new column on the web site labeled the History Page.  Our first article is about the church bell.  Over time we will be bringing articles of the history of the church.  If you have history articles, pictures and such please contact:  Dave Rozanski, Aric Troll, Derin Rominger, or Jessica Sattley about them for adding to the history of our chuch community.

  • Just a reminder

    Please list Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church and/or have a loved one call the Church when you are admitted to the hospital, so we will know you are there.

  • Men's Breakfast

    See you on the first Saturday of the month at 8 am in the fellowship hall. 

  • Liturgists - Coffee Hosts - Ushers/Greeters Needed

    If you would like to help on Sunday as a Liturgist, call Deacon Gene Nenortas; Coffee Host, call Deacon Mark Milnor; Usher/Greeter, call Deacon Erin Valentine.  There is also a sign-up sheets located on the bulletin board outside the choir room for Coffee Hosts and for Ushers/Greeters.

  April 2018  

This Week's Events



Church Officers Training
8:45 AM to 2:00 PM