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Live Worship in the Sanctuary
Returns May 23 at 11:00 am
The mission of the United Methodist Church is to make disciples for Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
The vision of Mt. Zion UMC is: Making a Difference Loving, Caring Serving
The Adult Learning Cluster desires to educate and equip people for a lifelong personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
"give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap; for the measure you give will be the measure you get back."
Please join Mt. Zion UMC’s Outreach Cluster as we devote the entire month of May to providing families in need with food assistance.
There’s Hope for the Hungry is a mobile food pantry program that St. Peter & Paul Episcopal Church in East Cobb hosts on the first Tuesday of each month, for those in need of food and spiritual nourishment. They help over 100 families monthly. There’s Hope for the Hungry has never depended upon large organizations or social programs for our support. We depend upon caring people who have a heart for their fellow Americans who are now in poverty.
Covered collection bins are located in the drive-through circle by the main lobby doors.Below is a list of the most requested food items (Please note that standard size containers are best, as oversized or family size containers can be difficult to pack and carry for many who use public transportation).
Volunteers will move items inside, as needed, and deliver to the local food pantry as the month progresses.
Canned Meats (chicken, tuna, pasta with meat, etc.)
Canned Beef Stew
Canned Vegetables (15.75 oz.)
Canned Tomatoes (15.75 oz. diced, whole, sauce)
Canned Fruit (15.75 oz)
Potatoes (Instant, canned)
Baking Mix (Bisquick or store brand, 2 lb. boxes)
Dry or Evaporated Milk
1 lb. Bags of Rice
Jell-O or Pudding Mix
Macaroni & Cheese
Pasta Meal Makers
Snacks (crackers, cookies, etc.)