Location: Fredericksburg, Virginia
Pastor: Rev. Dr. Charles W. Wormley, Sr.
Weekly Worship: 10:30 AM, Eastern
Fast Facts: Mt. Zion Baptist Church is a warm welcoming church situated in an urban setting with a unique and humble beginning. During the 18th century, the residents of Spotsylvania and surrounding counties saw a need to build a place in which to worship God. Being led by the Reverend Thompson, they organized and built a secret worship place and called it Mount Zion. The Mount Zion Church of Spotsylvania, Virginia is said to be the oldest African-American church in existence between Washington, D.C., and Richmond, Virginia. Spotsylvania County public records indicate the property was deeded in 1861. The church is excited about how God is working in them and through them at this time. Please be in prayer for their world-hunger outreach event, “Rise Against Hunger Meal Packing Event”, in November.
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