353 S. New Road
Pleasantville NJ 08232
Phone: 609-641-4337
Fax: 609-645-3181
Hours: 9am - 5pm, Mon-Fri.

• Sunday Service 8:00am
• Sunday Service 11:00am
• Sunday School 9:30am

• Family Bible Study 7:00pm

• Mid Week Bible Study 12:00pm
• Praise Worship 7:00pm

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STAFF MEMBER: Alfred Lewis

 At a very young age, Minister Alfred “Bam” Lewis discovered his musical gifts at Community Baptist Church in Atlantic City, New Jersey.  Minister Lewis sang on the youth choir, taught himself how to play the drums, and directed the combined youth choir.  After high school, Minister Lewis joined the Gospel Delegation.  They sang at various churches in Atlantic City and vicinity.  Minister Lewis’ passion for music led him to direct various choirs in this area.


In 2007, Minister Lewis joined Mount Zion Baptist Church in Pleasantville, New Jersey.  He jumped into the role of choir director of the “Voices of Zion.”  In 2008, Minister Lewis accepted the call into the ministry under the tutelage of Pastor Winfred J. Sanders.  He began in the ministry as a Minister in Training (M.I.T.).  In 2010, Minister Lewis preached his initial sermon and was licensed as a Minister of the Gospel.   >>More<<

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STAFF MEMBER: Stacey Hamilton

Minister Stacey Hamilton grew up in Brooklyn, New York.  She moved to Pleasantville in 1990 as an engineer for the Federal Aviation Administration, where she continues to work.

She accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior in 1999 and united with Mt. Zion Baptist Church in 2001, where Rev. Dr. Winfred J. Sanders is the senior pastor.  She served as a Trustee for three years and has been an active part of the Women’s Ministry, Singles Ministry, and the “Study Spot” Tutoring program.

She acknowledged her call to the ministry in 2007, after recalling God’s words to her, during a Missions trip to Africa. After serving as a Minister-in-Training for two years, Stacey was licensed to deliver the Gospel in March 2009.  She has just started her second year towards a Master’s of Divinity from Palmer Theological Seminary. >>More<<

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STAFF MEMBER:Darlene L. Doughty

Evangelist Doughty united with Mt. Zion Baptist Church in 1990.  Having served faithfully, and having shown evidence of being filled with the Holy Spirit, she was appointed to the Diaconate Board in 1995.

In addition to being a Deaconess, she was a choir member.  Having a passion for lost souls, she was very active in the street outreach ministry, the “Soul Patrol”.  She also taught the  new members class for many years.  She now serves on the Pastoral Care Team at Shore Memorial Hospital where she ministers to the sick and terminally ill and is a member of the Clergy Council at SMH  in Somers Point, New Jersey.   Evangelist Doughty is also the worship leader for the 8:00 a.m.  Sunday service since 2000 she  teaches the adult Sunday School and is the President of  the Missionary Board.   >>More<<

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On a cold snowy day in March, a little boy was born in Bridgeton, Hospital to Mattie Young-Holden and Gust Davis. As a child Reverend Davis father and grandfather died. His mother stuck to her religious ties holding to the principles of trusting God.

Being very athletic Reverend Davis, played basketball, baseball, boxing and etc. Graduating from Bridgeton High School, he went on to college until he enlisted into the US Army. Reverend Davis found himself boxing winning several titles to include a top ranking in the country. Minister ended his boxing career 23-1-1 to including twelve (12) knockouts. Reverend Davis gave his life to Jesus in 1981 throwing punches at the devil.  

He was called as a Reverend of Jesus Christ in 1992. He became the youth director in 1998. Reverend Davis is a member of the NAACP, mentor at Bridgeton Public Schools, member of Fathers get your Sons don’t forget about your Daughter, Leader of “Iron Sharpen” Men’s Ministry at Mt. Zion Baptist Church  >>More<<


GWEN CORBITT CONEDY HAS BEEN ANOINTED AND APPOINTED BY GOD, FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS,” healing the hurting women. During her crisis and experiences of brokenness As she envision the Mission, waiting on the assignment, she was summoned by the Lord, to “GO” and reach hurting women to be healed, saved, delivered and set free, from the bondage of drugs, alcohol, depression, suicidal spirits and homelessness, from all walks of life. His word was. “YOU DID NOT CHOOSE ME, I CHOSE YOU TO BEAR MUCH FRUIT”. As she cried out in her pain, brokenness, despair, God planted the same words in her spirit as spoken to Apostle Paul, in 2 Corinth 12:9. ”MY GRACE IS SUFFIECIENT FOR YOU”…. “MY STRENGTH IS MADE PERFECT IN YOUR WEAKNESS”

Her work as a servant in the ministry/church began in Atlantic City, New Jersey at an early age singing and playing piano for the church choir; trained as a Sunday School teacher by Bethany Association, under the leadership of the late Rev. A.L. Morris of Community Baptist Church and encouraged and inspired by both Parents, the late Deacon Ralph and Deaconess Aleathia Corbitt.. In 1967, God led Elder Gwen to California where she served faithfully in several ministries. She ministered on Radio several years; Gods women broadcast “HEALING HURTING WOMEN” touching thousands of women across the nation, ministered in various women homes, Prison Ministry and the Los Angeles Rescue Mission.  >>More<<