5320 Sherman-Mount Zion Rd Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Mount Zion Baptist Church is a place centered on the Word of God and filled with amazing people.. Come join in what is happening at Mount Zion!
Every worship service at Mt. Zion starts the same way, with a welcome and prayer. We invite God to meet with us and confess our need to hear from Him. We pray that our worship would be pleasing and acceptable to Him.
Our corporate worship is a blend of traditional and contemporary music. We have a wide variety of musical styles. (Ever sing to dulcimers?) But when it comes to corporate worship, here’s what matters most: participation. We want God’s people to join their voices together to praise God and build up one another.
We strive to obey the command of the Apostle Paul in Colossians 3:15, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.”
We’d love to have your voice join with ours to give praise to our Savior.
Pastor John Sheaffer and his wife Jackie are long-time residents of Grant County. John has served as an associate and interim pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Covington. For the past six years he has worked for Answers in Genesis (Ark Encounter and Creation Museum), most recently directing the advancement department. Jackie is a retired teacher from the Walton-Verona School District.
Pastor Sheaffer is a veteran of pastoral ministry with 11 years of experience as a senior pastor and over 20 years experience in associate and youth ministry. He’s a graduate of Moody Graduate School of Chicago, IL. In his free time he loves to read history, do yard work, spend time with his family, give tours at the Ark Encounter, and watch all kinds of sports.
Here’s his invitation to the people of Grant County. “Whether you’re new to the community or have lived in Grant County all your life, come and join a church that is founded on the truth of God’s Word and is actively serving the local community.”