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Holiday Extravaganza 2017

An Evening of Worship, Music, and Sacred Art

Join the churches represented by Pastors Praying Together on Saturday, December 16 for Holiday Extravaganza 2017 at Mt. Zion Church. Light refreshments will be served at 3:00 PM and performances will begin at 4:00 PM.

SGC would like at least 8 individuals to make any of the following food or drink suggestions (should be 15-20 servings):

  • Finger sandwiches/pinwheels
  • Meatballs
  • Chicken drumettes
  • Fruit tray
  • Cheese and cracker tray
  • Vegetable tray and dip
  • Desserts
    • cookies
    • cupcakes
    • brownies
  • Bottle water
  • Punch/lemonade

Additionally, SGC would like to provide 12-15 volunteers to work sorting donations, managing food, greeters/ushers, or breakdown/clean up.

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We would still like to have 3-4 more performers. You may register by emailing the church office.

Mt. Zion is heading up a Winter Drive to help families in need, the homeless, and veterans in Fayetteville, NC. SGC will be collecting new and gently used clothing and toiletries. Gentlemen, men's clothing is the least donated of all items. Please check your closets for gently used items. Items will be distributed in Fayetteville on Friday, December 22.

  • Coats for men, women, and children
  • Hats, scarves, and gloves
  • New thermal socks and underwear (long johns)
  • Hoodies
  • Hand warmers
  • Blankets 
  • Travel-sized toiletries
    • toothbrushes
    • toothpaste
    • soap
    • washcloths
    • deodorant
    • feminine hygiene products

Please consider donating any of these items to this worthy cause. Items will be collected at Mt. Zion Church.

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The Art of Neighboring

What if when Jesus told us that we "should love our neighbor as ourselves," he meant that we should love our actual neighbors? At SGC, we want to do just that; love our neighbors in practical, prayerful, and tangible ways. For many of us, that means that we have to transition from viewing our neighbors as strangers to viewing them as acquaintances, then to developing a relationship with them. But how do you do that if you've had the same neighbors for years but don't even know their names? Or only know their names? Or what if you're new to a neighborhood?

This year, in an effort to encourage us in reaching our lost neighbors, the E-Team is going to be sponsoring 5 classes spread throughout the year to share practical ways that we can grow in our love for, and engagement with, our neighbors. We'll have ideas for overcoming the "fences" in our neighborhood relationships. The class is open to anyone who would like to attend. The next meeting will be December 3, from 1:00-2:00 PM.

What to expect:

  • We will discuss how we can take the Great Commission seriously.
  • We'll spend some time in prayer
  • We'll discuss practical yet simple ways to engage our neighbors.

Scheduled Classes:

  • October 1
  • December 3
  • January 14
  • March 4
  • May 6

The meetings will be an hour long leaving enough time for you to grab lunch after church and join us in the multipurpose room. We'd love to see you there. For more information, contact Blake Johnson.

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Fall Discipleship Class - Old Testament Survey

Thursday Evenings

The Old Testament Bible Overview will be taught by Phil Sasser on Thursday evenings from 7:15-8:30 PM in the SGC auditorium. The class is designed to give an appreciation for and a basic understanding of the major figures, places, events, and themes of the Old Testament and show its relationship to the New Testament.

The next class is December 14 and will run concurrently with the fall Rangers & Keepers schedule.

Please contact the office if you wish to participate.


Sept 28

Pentateuch Gen., Ex., Lev., Num., Deut.

Oct 12

History Books 1 Josh., Judges, 1 & 2 Sam., 1 Kings, 1 Chron.

Oct 26

History Books 2 2 Kings, 2 Chron., Ezra, Neh., Ruth, Esther

Nov 9

Wisdom Books Job, Psalms, Eccl., Song of Solomon

Dec 14

Major Prophets Isaiah, Jer., Lam., Ezek., Daniel
Jan 11 Minor Prophets Hosea to Malachi

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Men’s Ministry for 2017-2018

The apostle Paul tells the Corinthians, “Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong” (1 Cor. 16:13) This is no small task. God calls men to lead in their families and to lead in the church. He also calls us to be godly and to work to build His kingdom. We are to say with Paul, “To live is Christ and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21)

We cannot do this alone. We need the grace of God. We need the Holy Spirit. And we need…each other.

We hope to build a community where men are strengthened in their faith and encouraged in their callings as men. This year we have scheduled evening meetings, Saturday morning meetings with breakfast, and a late fall retreat where we can grow in our friendships with one another and in our pursuit of God. 


Saturday, October 14 Morning Teaching & Breakfast
December 1-2 Retreat at Mt. Shepherd Retreat Center,  Asheboro, NC
Wednesday, January 31 Evening Teaching
Saturday, March 17 Morning Teaching & Breakfast
Wednesday, May 30 Evening Teaching 

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Help Needed for Keepers Clubs

The Keepers Girls Club needs several leadership positions filled for the upcoming year. These roles must be filled before we can open up registration for these clubs. If you cannot serve the whole year, we can split the role in half but no less (September-January and February-May).

  • Leader for the Caring Keepers (grade 1-2) club beginning in January.

If you are interested in serving or if you have additional questions, please contact Elizabeth Ehresman

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Tuesday Prayer Meetings

Every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00-3:00 PM there will be people in room 103 praying. 

You may come and go anytime during those hours. The first hour is more structured - praying for our world, our nation, our community, our church, our families and ourselves. We will try and primarily use scripture as we intercede in these areas. The second hour is more spontaneous. 

If you would like to be included on the prayer list, please email Dorsey Jones and she will share the document that we are using for prayer requests and send brief instructions on its use.

Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you Tuesday.

(Please note: if the office is closed due to weather or observed holidays, the prayer meeting is canceled. Please check the church calendar.)

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