It is our privilege to serve and be all that God has called for us to be. Christ demonstrated his love for mankind by redeeming us at Calvary. He shed his precious blood to set us free from death, hell and the grave. It is God’s awesome grace that has made a way for us to be saved, filled and set free from inward thoughts, feelings and ideas contrary to God’s holy word. The scriptures let us know that we live, move and have our entire being in Him. Therefore it is by His awesome grace that we are able to live through Him because without Him, our Lord Jesus, we can do nothing.
Our Church is established on the principles of the word of God. We are grateful for the opportunity to be apart of this awesome ministry of servicing God’s people. Christ died for us because we were lost in our sins and trespasses. This is why the key to a fulfilled life is a life through Christ which is seen in His resurrection. He lives and so shall we live when we hold to his word and live for him.
Apostle Elmer F. Collins, Senior Pastor
Pastor Katrina V. Collins, Co-Pastor
Pastor Terry V. Ingram, Assistant Pastor
Reverend Tikisha Stewart
Reverend Yvonne Sylvester
Reverend Kevin Phelps
WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER
Starts @ 7:00pm
Luke 18:1 (KJV) 1 And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint;
Prayer is communication with God. When we speak of communication, the word means to give and to receive information. When we communicate with God he gives us divine insight which is understanding. God has given his word for understanding because understanding is light, but the giving is our request to God and the answer is our request from God. Prayer meetings give God’s people a chance to bind together spiritually as one body in Christ. A kingdom divided cannot stand. Whatever the issue, whatever the need, whatever the circumstance, pray and God will answer.
FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICE
Starts @ 7:30pm
Hebrews 10:25 (KJV) 25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.
We want the power of God. We want to see the miracles of God. We want to be able to function in the realm of the spirit without hesitation. These things are accomplished by coming to the house of God and becoming a part of the body of Christ. Each service is a new experience in learning, worship and sharing. God’s church is a family. A church is not a one-person entity but a group of congregants that share the same common denominator to worship, bless and glorify God. Friday service is an opportunity to refresh, revive and renew our spirit for Christ sake.
Starts @ 11am
Acts 20:7 (KJV) 7 And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight.
It is customary for most of Christendom to come together as a body to worship, praise and thank God for what he has done the previous seven days. When we come together, it is for glorifying our blessed Savior Jesus Christ. We love our Lord because he had first loved us and gave himself for us. Therefore, we are eternally grateful for the eternal works of Christ in our life. We want others to experience this overflow of gratitude as well. Let us come together to share Christ love. There is no doubt that we experience divine healing, divine manifestations coupled with prophesy as well as deliverance as a part of our service. This takes place in an environment that is charged with the anointing of God’s holy Spirit.
Pastors Martin and Debbie Douglas are the pastors of the Mount Zion Church of Deliverance, located on the Island of Dominica. These are two humble and committed servants of the most high God. Pastor Douglas is a business man who has dedicated his life and service to the LORD. Pastor Debbie Douglas is retired military with over 21 years of service dedicated her life along with her husband to start this ministry. Please pray for them and give to missions to help support their work on the Island of Dominica.