Mt. Zion is now your home and we are glad you’re here.
Our prayer is that your experience will be spiritually
uplifting, fulfilling, and lasting!
Whether you are new to the Apostolic faith or new to Mt. Zion from another like-faith assembly, the new member classes, fellowship events, and one-on-one mentoring are designed to welcome you and help you become integrated into our culture and congregational life. We believe that these first steps in learning about your new family will have a lasting impact on your commitment.
In your first year at Mt. Zion, you will receive notices to attend fellowship events and the annual new members' Christmas dinner. In addition, you are invited to enjoy the wealth of other churchwide and ministry events that Mt. Zion hosts throughout the year.
Love Connection Fellowship is a ministry of small groups designed to help members connect with one another more personally. With only 20-25 members in a group, small group captains are committed to engaging their members in quarterly face-to-face gatherings for wholesome fun, fellowship, and encouragement.
For more information about the small groups, contact Pastor Lillian Highbaugh at 317-366-6331.
Starting Point is a one-time orientation class for new members. The orientation gives you an overview of Mt. Zion that includes our vision and mission statements, beliefs, history, and other Mt. Zion essentials.
Solid Foundation is a 4-week class specifically for those who are new to the Apostolic faith. The class uses Bishop Gates’ “How to Build a Solid Foundation” booklet that focuses on the fundamentals of living a holy and consecrated life.
Kingdom Gifts is a 4-week class for those who have transferred from another Apostolic church, and the next class for those who have completed Solid Foundations. Participants journey through the “Getting Your Gifts in Gear” book to learn how to discover and apply their spiritual gifts.
Ministry Mentors is a one-time class for members who have completed Starting Point, Solid Foundation and Kingdom Gifts. This class takes participants through an overview of the church ministries, an assessment exercise, and assists members in signing up to serve in a ministry or ministries that best fits their gifts and talents.