Line Dancing on Tuesday nights at 6 pm
Exercise can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes and can also improve mood, cognitive function, and overall quality of life. You
can burn approximately 300 calories in one-half hour, and it doesn’t even feel like exercise!
We seek folk who want to play pickleball. If you are interested, reach out to us at (980)404-1185.
We thank the following organizations for being our community partners.
Masters of Distinction Beautillion- providing stepping stones for our future leaders (etiquette, public speaking, teamwork, service to others, etc.)
Juneteenth Celebration - celebration of our culture with music, arts, food, music (we're actually holding this at the YMCA's walking track)
Community Health Fair - an opportunity to educate the community on healthy living to include health education, screenings, dental check up, demonstration and community resources.
Communities in Schools Mentor Program Kings Mountain Site.
Thursdays at 4:30 PM
Program Goals: The program goals are to surround youth with a community of support and relationship with a caring adult, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
All Youth Movement is a partnership between Mt. Zion and Mt. Olive Baptist Churches.
Vision: To help children transition into the best versions of themselves spiritually, interpersonally, and physically as they approach young adult life with complete confidence and understanding of who they are in Christ Jesus.
06:00pm – 07:30pm
Friday - Saturday
10:00am – 12:00pm
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
220 N. Watterson Street, Kings Mountain, NC 28086
First church built
Located on Piedmont Ave., across from the Kings Mountain Herald building. The pastor was the late Rev. R.L. Veal.
Relocated to King Street
Pastors were the late Rev. Mitchell, Rev. Shaw, Rev. Hartgrove, Rev. Means, Rev. Neely, Rev. Taylor, Rev. Lorray, Rev. Sanders, Rev. Murray, Rev. Davidson, Rev. Garvin, and Rev. J. S. Norris.
October 7, 1973
Groundbreaking for new church, 220 N. Watterson St.
Pastor was the late Rev. J. S. Norris.
November 3, 1974
March from the old church to the new Building
The pastor was Rev. Norris, followed by Rev. E.E. Harris, Rev. D.W. Whittenburg, Rev. J.S. Littlejohn, Rev. Clinton A. Feemster, Rev. Raymond Gardin, Interim Pastor, O.T. Tomes, and Rev. Anthony Sanders..
1986 - 2011
Rev. Clinton Feemster
Rev. Ray Gardin
Rev. Anthony Sanders
Rev. O.T. Tomes
Pastor Leslie S. Davis
Current Senior Pastor Leslie S. Davis