Hi my name is Carlotta Presberry and I use to attend New Mount Zion long ago, I was in the Children of Zion choir where I sang as an alto. Then I moved on to the Youth & Young Adults choir where I sang my dad's favorite song, " It's Another Days Journey". I really miss everyone there, and I love and miss Sis. Hardin!! She was so inspirational in my life as far as me growing up, and she helped all of us kids. Everytime I talk about her I get teary eyed because I know I still should be in church. My dad had asked me a few times to come with him, but everytime I would say, "Oh maybe next time, or I really don't feel up to it. But I have to stop making excuses for myself and just go. I miss the singing of the Youth Choir, The Gospel Choir, The Male Chorus, Rev. Young preaching, and Sis. Moore ushering. All the members I grew up with I miss them too. Hopefully one sunday morning you all will see me there with my 4 kids, Briana who is 11, Jason who is 8 he'll be 9 on May 1st, Devon who is 6, and Paul Wilkins Jr. who is 17 months, we call him P.J., all in all I love New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church and I want my kids to have the same loving church experience I had when I was here. Thank you.
In remembrance of young Brown, (in the melody of Stevie Wonder’s "Living For The City") A boy shot dead in hard times of Missouri a situation, that wasn’t very pretty His mother gave, him love and affection she did her best, giving him hope in the right direction but he died young and black, young and black, in streets of Missouri... Minimum wage yields pennies by the hours while struggling hearts, can never hold a dollar The upper class, need for nothing behind their doors, while the poor and needy, wash dishes and scrub their floors some dying young and black, young and black in Missouri... Michael was broad, he stood tall and strong to shoot him dead, was evil and just plain wrong never having the chance, to see a better way or the opportunity, for a much happier day. He died young and black, young and black, in streets of Missouri.. Many there are smart, and have talented skills but they’re held in poverty, never making it over the hill To find a job is like a haystack needle cause where they live, they don't use colored people so they die young and black, young and black in Missouri By Faye Brown, Houston Texas 281-836-5606
What an awesome worship experience..the people are very friendly and warm. They give all of their visitors a hug and The Word of God was taught...Also they have a very good choir and there is a children's church program...I am glad that I chose that church to visit and whenever I'm in town i will come back...The Pastor displayed a Servants heart as he communicated the simple truths of the Gospel!!!!