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Mt. Zion Baptist Church (MZBC) is an active congregation located at 103 Mt. Zion Drive, Fountain Inn, South Carolina.

OUR VISION is to be a teaching and reaching church - where all members and every ministry work and commit to the proclamation and application of the Word of God.

OUR GOAL is to reach those who have not completely given their life to serving Jesus Christ, and to encourage them to develop a stronger and personal relationship with the Lord.

History  Service Times 
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Rev. and First Lady Flint


Rev. Samuel Flint was born in Ridgeland, South Carolina, however at a young age, moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which he considers his home. After graduating from John Bartram High School, he joined the United States Air Force at the age of 17 and retired after 23 years of service as a Sr. Master Sargent. After retirement from the United States Air Force, he relocated to Alamogordo, New Mexico and started his career as an Aircraft Maintenance Manager at DynCorp International.

Rev. Flint had a spiritual foundation at a very young age, but it was not until 1980, when he joined New Hope Baptist Church in Alamogordo, that he committed his life to serving the Lord.

Read Rev. Flint's Bio  Pastor's Desk

Remarks on COVID-19

Ever since mid-March, we have been inundated with issues, data and statistics - all related to COVID-19. Even though most of the news is depressing and saddening, we still have faith that someday - things will return to some semblance of normal.

In anticipation of that day, we, at Mt. Zion, are making plans to reopen for live church services. A reopening planning committee (the "Committee"), led by Deacon William Dial, has been formed. The Committee is not only working on how to safely reopen, but how to remain safe after the reopen. There are very important steps that need to be considered and implemented - and we greatly appreciate the Committee's continued commitment in making this happen.

We will keep you updated as progress is being made, and we ask that you continue to keep yourself knowledgeable regarding COVID-19 so that we can help stop the spread of this deadly virus. Please find more information by clicking on the links below.

Keep praying, Mt. Zion. The Lord will work this out.

Take a look at some of the upcoming events at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.