Mt. Zion Church members can be found all around the Dayton area, the United States and around the world serving others in the name of Jesus. We participate in many ways: through people, agencies, organizations, and ministries. We give money and we also roll up our sleeves and get involved. There are many opportunities to serve and help us develop a servant’s heart. Scroll down to find a place to serve alongside our church family.


Volunteers answer phone calls, work in the pantry, and deliver food to assist Beavercreek residents with urgent needs that cannot be met by other organizations.
Volunteers provide services such as transportation to medical appointments.
Volunteers help renovate the shelter, cook and serve meals, teach skills, disciple clients, and work in the office to assist individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty in Greene County.
Volunteers collect, pack, and deliver basic food items to Beavercreek School children who have a need for food on the weekends.
Volunteers assist under-served individuals and families in the Miami Valley by serving in the pantry, the clothing and household goods areas, and in the reception area.
Volunteers prepare meals and serve as night hosts at Schneider House of Hope where displaced families receive short-term housing, meals, and other assistance.
Volunteers are trained to provide mentoring for one child, one day/week for one year at Shawnee Elementary School in Xenia.
Volunteers assist this non-profit by serving meals, distributing groceries, and offering practical programs to the less fortunate in the Dayton area.
Volunteers assist this non-profit that values life, supports families and demonstrates Christ’s love by teaching, fundraising, computer work, and answering the phone.
Volunteers visit homes of shut-ins unable to attend worship taking tea, sweet treats, encouraging words, and prayer.
Volunteers serve residents with weekly visits, parties, entertainment, fundraisers, as greeters, and provide transport to in-house therapy.
Volunteers assist widows with maintenance, lawn care, repairs, and other needs.


Check out this video recap from our team who served on mission at the JAARS Center in North Carolina, October 10-16, 2021. 
Click here to find out more info about the mission of JAARS.
Volunteers pack supplies in June and October at the Logistics Center in Mt. Joy, PA to send to missionaries in 30+ countries who distribute aid along with the Gospel:
Registration is now open to serve during the Mission Packing Project, June 21-25. This is a family friendly opportunity for ages 5-95 to be engaged personally in world missions. Consider vacationing with a purpose by volunteering at the Center packing supplies and then visiting some historical sites or fun places in beautiful Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Time slots to serve are available Tuesday-Saturday, 8:30 AM-4:00 PM. Register online here for each time slot you plan to work at the Distribution Center.
You can register as an individual or as a group (if arriving as a family, please register as a group). Projects include: new and used clothing, shoes, and other critical aid.
(Photo courtesy of Samaritan’s Purse)
Volunteers provide disaster relief in the name of Jesus by cleaning up and rebuilding homes lost to tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and other disasters.
Every year, Mt. Zion Church also partners with Samaritan’s Purse to provide gift-filled boxes to millions of children around the world through Operation Christmas Child. In 2021, the Mt. Zion Church family collected 190 boxes to support the mission of OCC.
Mt. Zion Church supports various missionaries and mission organizations around the corner and around the globe!