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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Yesterday in our adult Sunday school class, we continued studying the Scriptures for our doctrine of salvation (soteriology), especially how redemption is applied to us by the Holy Spirit under what the Bible calls sanctification. Do you know how understanding … Continue reading
Hello Family of Zion! Welcome to our new addition of the Zion Church website! This will be the first blog post for a new blog series that we will be starting up this month. One of the most tragic verses … Continue reading
Last Sunday, as a congregation we lifted up our voices to a song not found on the CCLI’s “Top 40” – a metrical version of Psalm 107. Ever sung it? Unless you’ve spent time in a church that is being … Continue reading
Elections are upon us again, and it is always important for Christians to remember something about who they are: we are dual citizens (Ephesians 2:19). As we think about how our citizenship from heaven (Philippians 3:20) teaches us about voting … Continue reading
History recounts that on October 31st, 1517, an Augustinian monk came to the castle door of Wittenberg, Germany. There, he nailed notes for disputation to the door to debate issues rising up within the Holy Catholic Church. The monk was … Continue reading
School is back! Those words console parents, terrify students, and create a flurry of activity for teachers and schools. But the return of the school year also means something else for Christians and our young people – we must think … Continue reading
There you are, working through your daily Bible reading, when you come across a section that seems frustrating. Unending, unpronounceable names. A family lineage of unfamiliar, seemingly insignificant relations. If you’re reading in the King James Version, the word “begat” … Continue reading
Labor Day is a wonderful holiday to celebrate the end of summer activities, prepare for the new schedules that autumn and school bring, and get one last day of the warm sun. But as we reflect on the nature of … Continue reading
Your Facebook feed is filled with angry rants. Relatives, friends, and others shout their opinions regarding the many different political and cultural stories storming through the airwaves. What is a Christian to do? We want to “take every thought captive” … Continue reading