May 19, 2024

Pentecost Sunday

Last year, disciples from Bethel and Central United Methodist Churches joined us at Mount Zion for a shared Pentecost worship service. This year, we have the opportunity to worship together again, this time at CENTRAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH on May 19, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.
Please plan to participate in this meaningful time of CELEBRATING THE BIRTH OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST!


May 18, 2024

♥️ Loads Of Love ♥️ Ministry

In March of 2023, we began a Loads of Love ministry. We were able to collect $640 in quarters and pay for 40 loads of laundry for our neighbors on March 18. 
We have, since then, sponsored many Loads of Love events at the Magic Minit Laundromat just around the corner from the church. They are gaining in popularity, so we appreciate all the donations from the congregation, the Missions and Evangelism Committee, as well as funding through a grant from the Anderson District of the United Methodist Church’s Board of Congregational Development.

Pictured  above, clockwise from top left: Miriam Coffman, Sharon Miller, neighbor Brenda, Kane Iron Cloud, John Malmgren, Vicki Miesbauer, John and Janet Evatt, and Mac and Beth McWilliams.

Our next Loads of Love will be held on Saturday, May 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Magic Minit Laundromat at 229 Main Street, Central, SC 29630.

June 29 – July 6, 2024

Salkehatchie is Faith in Action

Lake City, SC

Since 1978, Salkehatchie has been more than a church outreach program, volunteer group, or just another summer youth camp.

From Saturday to Saturday, volunteers experience more than just a week of hard work. Their  dedication and love help families feel comfortable and secure in their homes.



Please pray for the volunteers from Mount Zion UMC in Central as they travel to Lake City.






Part 1

Our New Lift

The lift is officially complete and has passed inspection! Thanks to Kathy Still and Scott Smith for their tireless, persistent work, to Cecil Rowland for doing the electrical wiring, and to all whose prayers and generosity made this part of the accessibility project possible! We also owe a debt of gratitude to Virginia Norwood, who left a significant gift to do “something good to help somebody,” without which this project could not have happened so quickly. God is good!


Part 2

Our New side entrance

Our new side entrance is under construction and almost finished!