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Historic and Vibrant. Timeless and Relevant.

At Zion, we are historically rooted in our theology and our practice. We believe that the timeless truths of the Bible are the most relevant truths for every age. 

Sunday Mornings are the hub of our ministry. The Bible teaches that when God's people gather, he meets with them to work. Worship is a conversation. God speaks to us, and we respond to him. When God speaks, he always speaks with life transforming power. So, expect great things to happen each Sunday morning!

Sunday Morning Worship, 9:30am

Main Sanctuary

A nursery is provided for children up to age 3.

Additionally, we offer Kids' Worship during the sermon for children up to age 5.

If you wish to keep your children with you during worship, we welcome you to do so. 

We love having children in worship. A crying baby or restless child is a blessing to us.

Coffee/Donut Fellowship, 10:45-11:15am

Brown Fulton Fellowship Hall

Sunday School, 11:15-12:00

Adults: Discipleship Electives

Age appropriate classes and teaching are available for babies through high school students

what to expect

What style of worship does Zion have?

Our worship consists of old hymns and contemporary songs. Most of the times, we will use a combination of old and new songs that centers around the sermon text for that Sunday. You will hear drums, acoustic guitar, electric bass, and a piano.

What should I do with my kids?

We provide a nursery for newborns to 3 year olds. During the sermon, we also have an age-appropriate Kids' Worship in a separate room for children ages 4-5. That being said, we encourage parents to keep their children in worship. We love having children in worship. A crying baby or restless child is a blessing to us.

What should I wear to worship?

Wear whatever you'd like. You will see people in suits and dresses, jeans and shorts, and everything in between..


What if I'm not a Christian?

We are glad you are willing to come to worship. There is no clearer place for you to get a sense of what Christianity is about than when Jesus' people gather to worship him. We work to anticipate your questions and treat them with dignity, and because we want you to understand the elements in our service, we stop from time-to-time to explain why we do what we do.


What if I haven't been to church in years?

Welcome back. You will find that we leave a lot of room for you to ask questions, wrestle with ideas, and even disagree. We understand that many have been hurt by the church. We also know that the process of coming to know Jesus involves time and questions. You won't find us pressuring you to make "decisions" or to have every issue decided.