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Mt. Zion Baptist Church To Host 72nd Annual Women’s Celebration

Rev. Dr. Gina Stewart of Christ Missionary Baptist Church of Memphis, Tennessee.
Rev. Dr. Gina Stewart of Christ Missionary Baptist Church of Memphis, Tennessee.

The First Lady of Mount Zion, Michelle W. Williams, President of the Women’s Ministry, is leading the celebration plans for Mount Zion Baptist Church’s 72nd Annual Women’s Celebration to take place Mar. 26 – 30. The theme of this year’s event is Generations of Women Walking, Working and Worshiping: We’re Better Together!”

On Weds. night, March 26, there will be an Intergenerational Prayer service at 7 p.m.  Please mark your calendars to attend each of these services — you want to make sure that you do not miss any of these rare opportunities.

 There will be a ONE NIGHT ONLY REVIVAL on Fri., Mar. 28 at 7 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Gina Stewart of Christ Missionary Baptist Church of Memphis, Tennessee, a dynamic speaker, will bring an awesome and inspiring sermon, and you do not want to miss it.

Our speaker at the Sunday Service – NEW TIME at 10 a.m. – on Mar. 30 will be Minister Mary Bogan of Damascus Baptist Church of Seattle, Washington.  She will bring an inspirational message and if you have heard her speak, you know the power in her messages.

 Then, on Sun., Mar. 30 immediately following service there will be a luncheon.  Tickets are $40 per person. For reservations, call the church office at (206) 322-6500 for contact information for Darlene Hobbs or Gloria Bennett, Reservation Co-chairs.  Reservations must be made no later than Sun., Mar. 23.

Co-chairs for the event are Mrs. Josephine Stokes and Mrs. Krista Benjamin.

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