Mt Zion Church
4900 Maybee Rd, Clarkston, MI 48348
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This church loves money more than Jesus. Their goal is 2 b as rich as possible & buy up property to make a "Christian community" that has nothing 2 do with Jesus. They do nothing for the poor. Their performing art ctr & all of their other properties are 100% secular. They never talk about Jesus. They're services are emotional & people fall down & speak in tongues. A very sad place that sold out to money as Jesus said many would do.. Stay away. Your soul is at stake.
They are an extremely closed door community and like a cult. I received a mailing from this church claiming to distribute the real body and blood of christ! What gives this pastor the &quot;authority&quot; to make this claim. Sounds like his &quot;flock&quot; will believe whatever this deceiver will tell them!
I can also add that I have family members who attends this church. Unfortunately since they adopted their &quot;new&quot; family, we do not see them around for Christmas any longer.
05/06/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Mt. Zion offers free counseling classes called Life Enrichment (see website for more info). These classes changed my life and helped me more in a few months than a lifetime worth of everything else I tried. If you are hurting give it a try!
Church is a Word based, Spirit Filled church. Praise and Worship is fantastic. Pastor Loren delivers a present day word that speaks to me every single week!
Many different ministries to get involved in for people of all ages and interests. Including a coffee house and concert venue (the district) that are a great alternative to smoky clubs and bars.
12/27/2006Provided by Citysearch -
When I first started attending, it was friendly and the people were very caring. Once I started taking their class, which they want everyone to take, I found out what they're really about. They expect you to get baptized in their church, even if you've been baptized before. I refused to let them re-baptize me, and I had to go talk to one of the leaders about my decision. For the most part, the ministers are caring and very helpful, but after I got to know them better, I found them to be arrogant. They teach you that you have to give at least 10% of your money to the church, and when I said I wouldn't do that, one of the leaders said God would ""curse"" my finances if I didn't. I think this place does a lot of good for a lot of people, and I appreciate all they do to help the community, but it's not for me. I prefer to think for myself.