CONTACT & DIRECTIONS The Safest Place in All the World is in the Will of God

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VISION STATEMENT Habakkuk 2:2-3 declares,Write the vision, and make it plain upon tablets, that he may run that readeth it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie; though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. The Lord has certainly given this church at Zion a vision. The vision is not Greater Mt. Zion's, not the pastor's; but the Lord's vision for Greater Mt. Zion. The Lord desires that His church be holy and sanctified; set apart from the world, so that it is a light in darkness. God has equipped his church at Zion so that gifts which are necessary for a prosperous and productive ministry are present in the body. The Lord, who is the giver of all good and perfect gifts, desires that we utilize the gifts, so that the world will know we are serving the True and Living God. The vision the Lord has for this church is that we will walk in prosperity. If we merely submit our ways unto Him, He will surely bring it to pass. He will open the windows of heaven and pour into his church. Lastly, the Lord's vision of his church is that we will truly enter into his gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with praise. He wants the glory cloud to descend into Zion, and his people be prostrate as the King of Glory enters into our presence. MISSION STATEMENT Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church exists to glorify God by being obedient to His infallible Word, expressing our love for Him through worship, equipping the saints to fulfill the great commission, and to remain faithful until the coming of the Lord. ﷯ NOBLE D. WILLIAMS Pastor of The Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church Phenix City, Alabama Noble Williams, the son of Abraham and Annie Mae Williams, is a lifelong Alabama resident and graduate of Pacelli High School in Columbus, Georgia, attended Columbus State University and the Beacon Theological Seminary. He was employed for twenty-three years as a locomotive engineer with Norfolk Southern Railway when he received his calling to go into the Ministry and was ordained in 1997. He has served as Senior Pastor of Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church for the last fourteen years. During this assignment, there has been an exciting and rewarding manifestation of the power of God in the church and his personal life. The church has doubled in size under his leadership with major renovations and acquisitions of property within its vicinity. The church has an explosive Youth Ministry and a fruitful Homeless Ministry as well as a number of other programs. Pastor Williams’ love of the gospel has taken him to Mozambique, Africa, where he led crusades and pastors’ conferences followed with a recent trip to the Holy Land. His various leadership and community roles have provided him many opportunities to serve the citizens of Phenix City. As one of only three African Americans to be elected as councilman, he has served two terms. Additionally, he has served on the Planning Commission and Riverfront Development Committee. He was named one of fifty most influential African Americans in the tri-city area of Columbus and Fort Benning, Georgia and Phenix City, Alabama. Because of his love for children, he has served as a coach for Girls Softball and Little League Baseball. This desire to see the growth of youth programs has lead to his being influential in the building and renovation of Little League Football facilities, softball fields, and walking trails. He is married to, Dorothy Parkman Williams, his partner in ministry and life. They have three children, Shurette, Tisha, and Brandon, and six grandchildren—Christopher, Keith, Erin, Tristan, Kaleyn, and Anthony. Pastor Williams believes, and therefore speaks,
The Safest Place in All the World is in the Will of God

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