Sunday School

Mt. Zion's Sunday School Ministry is one of our most important ministries. From young to old we have a Sunday School class for you!  If you would like to know more about a Sunday School class, please visit the usher office in the Worship Center or the Church Office.  You may also call the church at 501-332-5866.

Children's Department

Nursery (Birth -2 ½ years) Room: ED 1
Workers: Amy Maranto & Sara Wheatley

Pre K / K (2 ½ - Kindergarten) Room: ED 2
Teachers: Jeannie Thacker, Heather Grigsby, DeAnn Williams

Beginners (1st – 2nd Grades) Room: ED 8
Teachers: Paulette Hathcock, Angie Hamilton

Primary & Juniors (3rd – 6th Grades) Room: ED
Teachers: Lisa Kuykendall, Kim Overton

Teen Department

Teen (7th – 12th Grade) Room: Youth Ministry House
Teachers: Dale Hamilton

Children’s Chapel

(after Sunday School) Room: ED 3
This program is geared toward children ages 2 ½ yrs. (and potty trained) – 2nd grade. The children have a multi-faceted worship time with music, videos, Bible lessons, and other activities.

Adult Department

Adult #1 Room: ED 101
Teacher: Mike Clayton
The curriculum used is the American Baptist Association Sunday School literature “Through-The-Bible” series. The teaching style of this class is lecture and questioning.

Christian Discipleship Room: ED 105
Teacher: Bro. Fred Penny
The aim of the class is to aid Christians in their spiritual growth and maturity through various Bible studies, activities and fellowship. The class is open to all ages. The teaching style of this class is lecture.

The Well Room: ED 102
Teacher: Trisha Neeper and Alesa Lambert
This is a class for ladies who attend church alone, whose husbands teach, or for those who just want to be in a ladies Sunday school class and grow with Christian women.  The study material they use is designed for women in their spiritual journeys.

NEW: Faith and Fellowship Room: ED 104
Teacher: Bro. Donis Smead
This is a new class for adults using D6 curriculum.

CONNECT  Room: Worship Center 201
Teacher: Chris Nelson
A young adult Sunday School class dealing with issues of the day, using culturally relevant curriculum, to help better apply Christian, biblical principles to 21st century life.