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Features of our fellowship:
• Contemporary worship
• Child friendly service
• Accessible Bible Teaching
• Junior Church for Primary School children
• Bible Class for High School children
Each term Pastor Andy takes a school assembly in Kilmacolm Primary School. He is also on the chaplaincy team at Port Glasgow High School.

Mount Zion's Puppet Team perform sketches and songs both within our services and in support of other Church ventures.

Click the link below to see the kind of events the puppets are used for.

Christmas

We host a Christmas Concert for the village each year in the Somerville Weir Hall. These have been fanastic opportunites to celebrate Christmas together, and we try to perform some of our more unusual puppetry, as well as having guest musicians, each December.

Community

On the first Sunday of the month we hold a service for the elderly in Campbell Snowdon residential home, Quarriers Village at 2pm.

Mount Zion Praise Group contribute to Barnard’s Court (Greenock) Gospel Music Festival each Spring.

In 2010 we're having monthly Sunday Night Events. Please check our events page for details.

Fun Days

In August 2009 we held our first Free Family Fun Day.  This was a very well received event and we followed it up with another on 4 September 2010.  We gave out 120 burgers, around 80 hot dogs and numerous cups of tea and juice drinks.  The children enjoyed the bouncy castle and slide, balloon modelling and face painting.  Everyone appreciated the three puppet shows too. 

For the 2010 event we had a new banner, which was the kind gift of BD Print, Quarriers Village. As Pastor Andy explained, Jesus is King of the Universe and the whole world, which means that He is king of Quarriers Village.

Rev. Andrew Lunn BSc.

Pastor Andy was trained at Adelaide Bible College Saltcoats, where he was lecturer in Bible Knowledge for eight years.

He has been full-time minister of Mount Zion since June 2005 and was fully responsible for the Church on a part-time basis for four years before that.

You can contact him by email: pastorandy.mzc@ntlworld.com
We collected 24 shoeboxes which were distributed in Romania by Blythswood Care in December 2010. Here are some of us with the shoeboxes we collected, pictured on 31 October.

Click the link below to go to the Blythswood Website.
Helen Dunbar went out from our Church on a short term Mission Trip with Mercy Ships from 31st October – 12th November 2005. Since she returned she has travelled all around central Scotland telling interested groups about her experiences.

Helen's now an official Mercy Ships representative and has several engagements coming up. Please remember Helen, and the work of Mercy Ships, in your prayers. Click below for a list of Helen's speaking appointments.
Our Church sends regular support to MAF. To learn more about their work, click below.
Our brothers and sisters in other lands often suffer for their faith. Open Doors produces helpful prayer information.
Since the Haven had their funding cut in 2008, we have been supporting them regularly. This local Christian rehab centre also has a charity shop in Port Glasgow. Please consider supporting them in prayer as well as in practical ways.

Click below for more details about their work.

The Church

The impressive Church building in the heart of the village has been closed for five years now. Although the sale to a large property developer was hotly contested by many of the villagers, it went through, and the conversion into flats is almost complete.

As a fellowship we still believe that God can restore the building to us. "For that which is impossible for man is possible with God"

The People

We are located in a unique village in Renfrewshire, which was built entirely on the Christian faith of William Quarrier, a Victorian Christian. Once 2,000 strong, the Church was filled with the orphaned and destitute children cared for in Quarriers Homes, and their house parents. No longer used as an orphanage, the village is populated by private individuals, former house parents and some adults with special needs. All these groups are represented, along with former boys and girls, in our congregation of around 30 adults and 20 children. Historically the Church minister was also Quarriers Chaplain, but the Church and the Charity are no longer connected.
This photo shows Bethesda, the building where we meet on Sundays and Wednesday evenings.

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