We’d like to answer a few questions you might have as you decide to be our guest this weekend. 

 1. What time are your services? 
At Mt. Zion we offer 4 service times at 5 pm on Saturday, 9 am and 10:30 am on Sunday and a bilingual English/Spanish service at 1:30 pm on Sunday. The same message will be given at the first 3 services.
2. How do I get there? 
All of our services are held at 2330 Hwy 120 Lake Geneva, WI 53147. Click here for directions.
 *Note: Due to construction on the Como Creek Bridge Hwy 120 is closed to the south of the church. There is access to Mt. Zion from the North. See the pinned post on our facebook page for direction.
3. How long are the services?
Our services last about 70 minutes and contain music and teaching from the Bible that will apply directly to your life.
4. Is there a dress code?
No. Feel free to dress in clothes that are comfortable for you when you come to Mt. Zion. You can “dress up” if you want, or wear casual clothes. God is not interested in your appearance, He is interested in your heart.
  5. Will I be singled out if I’m new? 
Absolutely not. You are our guest. Each weekend, there are people just like you who may be checking out Mt. Zion for the first time. We want you to feel welcome and will probably be greeted by individual church members, but you will not be singled out from the platform
 6. What about my kids? 
Mt. Zion offers an exciting kids ministry called MTZN Kids at the  9 & 10:30 am services on Sunday. Your kids will have fun and be taught the Bible in a fun and engaging way. Our goal is to make this time the pinnacle of your child’s week! MTZN Kids is for Children 4 years old through 4th grade. During the 10:30 am service we have a gathering for 5th – 8th graders as well. We also have childcare for Newborns to 3 years old available at the 9 am and 10:30 am services on Sunday. If you prefer to have your kids in the service with you they are welcome, but if needed, we have a wiggle room that is attached to our sanctuary where you can still be part of the service while allowing your kids to move around and play.