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Mount Zion Lutheran Church
Phone: 301-432-6296
E-mail: info@mtzionlg.com

Mt. Zion Lutheran Church the "Friendly Church," is a vibrant and spirited church; the center of community activities. In 1844, Rev. William Hunt began holding meetings in a school house in Locust Grove. A new congregation began and Immediately set about to build a church. A church is the people, not the building. And today, the congregation is a group of dedicated Christians who build their lives on Jesus Christ.

Worship Times
Traditional Worship Service 8:45 AM
Holy Communion Second and Fourth Sundays
of each Month and Major Festivals

Please come worship with us and share faith and Love for our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ.

For Christians, Pentecost is a holiday on which we commemorate the coming of the Holy Spirit on the early followers of Jesus. Before the events of the first Pentecost, which came a few weeks after Jesus’ death and resurrection, there were followers of Jesus, but no movement that could be meaningfully called ″the church.″ Thus, from an historical point of view, Pentecost is the day on which the church was started. This is also true from a spiritual perspective, since the Spirit brings the church into existence and enlivens it. Thus Pentecost is the church′s birthday.

Mt. Zion Lutheran Church the "Friendly Church"

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