Mount Pleasant (Baltimore) 34/39 Deacon Care Family Ministry

Welcome to the online home of the Deacon Care Family Ministry for the 21234 and 21239 zip codes of Mount Pleasant Church and Ministries, Baltimore, Maryland. We are better known as the "34/39 Zip Zone!"
The Mount Pleasant members of 21234 and 21239 have joined together for a number of activities. Sunday breakfast at church, a Saturday breakfast and walk in the park, Sunday dinner, Meet and Greet after service, and a Resource Center Fellowship. Page down for the latest information, then enjoy the photo slideshow at the bottom of the page.

Blog Posts & Messages

Our blog posts begin here. We add both announcements and notices that are specific to 34/39 members and to Mount Pleasant's members at large. We try to update this site several times each month. We welcome your posts in the comment sections.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Prayer Request: For Mother Mattie Swinton

MESSAGE FROM 34/39 Member and Ambassador, Bro. Floyd Brice:

Let us remember in our prayers, Mother Mattie Swinton. For those who do not know, Sister Swinton is a long time member of the Ambassador Ministry. She had served for many, many years. If the Lord say so, she will be 92 years young in October.

At the end of our 10:45 AM service, our Bishop requested that we pray for her. My wife and I visited and had prayer with her on Monday. She was so happy to see us.

Let us not forget those who paved the way and build the bridge for us in this ministry. This is a true solider for the Lord.

As of this writing, you can contact her at:
Overlea Health And Rehabilitation Center6116 Belair RoadBaltimore, MD 21206

Mother Swinton and I are members of 34/39 Deacon Care.

Thank you, Ambassadors for your prayers to brighten a mother's heart.


Being Blessed is Good...Being Highly Favored is Best... Don't Settle For Just Being Blessed...Stay Highly Favored.

NOTE: Deacon Barry and Sister Sharon Moore (34/39 Team Leaders) also visited Mother Swinton in April and will visit again this week.

34/39, please keep Mother Swinton in your prayers.

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