Saturday, April 25, 2020


Despite the political wrangling between the White House and Medical and Science professionals, with over 52,000 Americans dead, COVID-19, has proven to be deadly.
Moreover, with the confirmed cases of COVID-19 approaching one million in the United States, use God's wisdom and continue safe practices.  COVID-19 is still dangerous in the U.S.
As Pastor, I personally thank you for being faithful and generous in your giving during these difficult days.

We don't know when we will physically regather, but your giving is helping us maintain critical services, and constantly improve on keeping our children, youth, and adults connected throughout each week.

How is the drive up and drop off your offering from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm going?  Thanks to our Deacons it is safe, fulfilling for each giver, and a blessing to the church.
Today, prayerfully consider how you can give someone a timely word of encouragement.  It will bring great value to them like apples of Gold in settings of silver (Prov. 25:11).
I look forward to worshipping with you online tomorrow at 8:00 am and 10:30 am (go to and click watch).

God Bless,
Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.

Friday, April 17, 2020

Safety In Jesus

As more people in the US are tested, unfortunately the over 687,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases will obviously increase.  Therefore, continue with best practices to stay safe.  Also hydrate (include hot fluids), exercise, rest, enjoy family, avoid isolation, help seniors and the vulnerable, complete your Census 2020 form to bring valuable resources to your area, pray for families in crisis, and for those serving at all levels during this pandemic.  Christian's, God is speaking through C.O.V.I.D-19, especially here in the U.S.  Let's pray, seek God's face, change our wicked ways, and watch our God work (II Chron. 7:14).

Mt. Zion will continue remote prayer, bible studies, worship services, and meetings until further notice. Moreover, in addition to our online giving options, the Sunday "drive-up and drop off" your offering at church from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm, will continue each Sunday.

This Sunday, I look forward to talking to you about safety in Jesus.  Be encouraged.

God Bless,
Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.