Our history is rich in reaching out to those around us with the "Good News" of Jesus Christ. 

Through the Great Commission, God has called His people to go into the world and make disciples. 

At Mount Zion we focus our efforts in fulfilling the Great Commission in many ways

through serving one another, our community, and all over the world.

Mission trip Opportunities

  • IMpact Trips- local

    Opportunities to serve our community in various ways.

    IMPACT MISSION TRIP INTERST FORM | Complete form to let the missions office know of your interest in various mission opportunities


    ESL | English as a Second Language

    Teaching | Conversation/Storytelling | Preparing Snacks | Set up/Tear Down


  • Serve day 2022

    June 4 | 7 am - 12 pm

    We will have pastries and coffee, and will start the day in prayer. We will then have a sendoff to our designated locations, where we will be serving in carious ways before closing our day about noon, together, in Phillips Park for a time of worship.



    Mount Zion has opportunities to help resettle refugee families. If you want to be involved with this ministry opportunity, email Jonathan at jonathan.moore@mzbc.net

    or complete the form.

    Register Here

  • Helping Hands Ministry

    Sign up to help senior adults and disabled persons needing help to complete tasks around the home that they are not able to physically able to do themselves. Some of these tasks are general maintenance, drywall repair, minor carpentry and electric, painting and yard work.


  • Impact trips - united states


    May 27 & 28, 2022

    This Pop-up event in the park will introduce The Church of the Oaks to families in the Tuscaloosa area. Our team will hand out popsicles, drinks, have face painting and crafts for the kids.

    Team Size | 8



    July 16-23, 2022

    Our team needs participants who can coach, play or provide administration for a youth soccer camp with our church plant partner

    Team Size | 8-10


missions organizations

  • Children's Mission organizations

    Wednesdays  |  6:45pm - 7:30pm

    Royal Ambassadors (RA's) - boy's grades 1-6.  Through hands-on activities encouraging spiritual growth, games and sports, and mentoring relationships with RA leaders, RA members become a faith-based brotherhood.


    Girls in Action (GA's) - girl's grades 1-6.  Girls learn about, pray for, give to, and do missions work.  They also make new friends and have lots of fun!


    Missions Friends - From 2-year-old's to kindergarten, Mission Friends provides the building blocks of faith and basic awareness of God's love for all people.

  • Acteens (Girls of Grace)

    Young ladies, grades 7 – 12

    Girls of Grace Acteens is for girls 7th-12th grade. Girls of Grace participate in activities that develop a missions' lifestyle through Bible Study, prayer, and hands on mission opportunities. Girls of Grace participate each year in Complete, the state gathering for Acteens and Acteen Camp at WorldSong Missions Camp. Girls of Grace take an active role in many ministries, Valley View Nursing Home Christmas Shop (sponsored by the WMU), and Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Processing Center.

    Third Tuesday of the month  |  6:30pm  |  CMC

    Contact  |  Keyna Jernigan  |  kenya@posum.com

  • WomAn's Missionary Union (WMU)

    WMU, an auxiliary of the Southern Baptist Convention, began 133 years ago in the hearts of visionary leaders to pray and systematically raise money for missions. 

    Since that time, WMU has helped lead Southern Baptist churches across the country to give $6.6 billion through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and Lottie Moon Christmas Offering—efforts begun by WMU to support missionaries. 


    WMU's unwavering focus on making disciples for Jesus who live on mission happens through missions discipleship, leadership development, and compassion ministries, with kingdom impact in every state and 39 countries.


    Contact  |  Kenya Jernigan, WMU Director |  kenya@posum.com

Christian Ministry Center (CMC)

The purpose of the Christian Ministry Center (CMC) is to provide opportunities for our members and our community to participate in character building recreational activities conducted in a Christian setting with spirit-filled leadership. All programs, events and leadership will focus on leading people to Jesus, challenging and guiding believers to a closer walk with Jesus, and promoting fellowship.

CMC Policies Click Here

Hours of Operation:

7:30 am to 9:00 pm - Monday

7:30 am to 4:30 pm - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Phone- 256-895-6021

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