Worship & Service Times
9:15 | Sunday School
10:30 | Worship
Evening Fellowship: See calendar for each Sunday
Tuesdays @ 9a.m.
5:30 | Fellowship Meal
6:00 | New Life
6:30 | Classroom Work
6:30 | Adult Bible Study
6:50 | Games
7:15 | Choir Practice
7th & 8th Grade - 2:30 p.m.
9th Grade - 7:00 p.m.
10:00 | Sew & Sews
Sr. High Youth Group
Wednesdays at 8pm
Sundays at 7pm
Come and Worship!
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This Sunday is the Lord’s Day closest to the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the case that brought abortion to national practice in America. Because of this, we will join Christians throughout the land to remember this day as Sanctity … Continue reading
“The Gospel of Self Control” Galatians 5:13 – 26 Foundations 2020 January 12, 2020
Zion is pleased to announce the start of the new Bible study for women – Better: A Study of Hebrews. Using video teaching, workbooks, Bibles, fellowship, prayer, and lots of laughter, ladies will be delighted to understand God’s Word together, … Continue reading
The goodness of our covenant Savior was on full display once again this past Lord’s Day, and there are a few resources we want to make sure you take with you for the week ahead. Christian Education As we have … Continue reading
Happy New Year to our Zion family! As we pray and trust that the Christmas and New Year holidays have brought joy and celebration to you and yours, we want spiritually prepare ourselves for what the Lord in His providence … Continue reading
In our Advent 2019 series, God reveals three glorious byproducts He accomplished when He sent His Son. Need more patience, contentment, zeal, or assurance? Learn with us from Christ in Galatians! “God Sent His Son” Galatians 4:4 December 8, 2019 … Continue reading
We were blessed with a full Lord’s Day yesterday, and there were several resources and tools we used. If you weren’t able to take advantage of these last Sunday, or wish to revisit them, please check out the resources below! … Continue reading
Christ has come! Christ is coming again! The Latin word adventus simply means “coming;” it refers to the appearance of God incarnate and bringing the Kingdom’s salvation to planet Earth. This Advent season, we want to focus on the Gift … Continue reading