Zion is a small Presbyterian church seeking first and foremost to glorify God. The World is hostile to biblical Christianity and the Church should be a place where Christians come to worship their God and Saviour in the Spirit of truth without the worry of biblical compromise. Christ gifted His church to nurture and mature His sheep, bringing the whole Body into conformity to His perfect and glorious will. From there we go and serve our fellow man. We seek to bring the Gospel to the lost with love and compassion. With a meek disposition to win the lost for Christ's sake according to the Great Commission. Because we love God, our neighbor, and even our enemies we are committed to our own discipleship so we can be properly equipped and prepared to carry out all our Lord has commanded of us by faith.
Making the world's nations Christ's disciples. (Matthew 28:18-20)
The focus of our church's life, fellowship, worship, work, and mission is GOD IN CHRIST, who is "the Savior of the world" and "the King of kings, and Lord of lords." We strive, with the help of the Holy Spirit, not to be doctrine-centered, law-centered, church-centered, or man-centered but rather to be Trinity-centered in all we are and do, because "of Him, through Him, and to Him are all things. To Him be the glory forever."
Zion Presbyterian is a mission work of VanGaurd Presbytery.
We believe that God has promised His church a glorious future in Jesus Christ. We look forward to the future knowing that, with all its struggles and victories, it belongs to the faithful people of God (1 Corinthians 3:21-22). We are future-oriented in our present responsibilities and ministries.
We work, pray, and hope for the day when the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea (Isaiah 11:9).
We work to renew, by God's Word and Spirit, every idea, activity, relationship, and the institution of human existence, beginning with the heart, according to the Creation Mandate of Genesis 1:28 and the Great Commission of Jesus Christ in Matthew 28:18-20. These God-given mandates instruct us to reform the whole world through person-winning (evangelism and discipleship), family-winning (church planting and Christian education), and culture-winning (world and national evangelization).
Our Fellowship-Encourages believers to become fully dependent on Jesus Christ and obedient to the Creation Mandate and the Great Commission. Each center of our life together as believers - family, congregation, session, presbytery, synod, and general assembly - is an integral part of our shared mission in and to God's world. In all these centers, in prayer and under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we worship, nurture, and serve.
Worship-We gather to worship as Christian families according to all that God has commanded us.
Nourishment - The faithful preaching of the Word of God equips us for serving, ministering, and nourishing each other. Through the shepherding oversight of our session, loving care of our diaconate, and our vital fellowship with each other we support and encourage our church families, helping each other discover, develop and use our God-given gifts and talents for the building up of the whole body of Christ.
Service - We serve our congregation, community, and world through the proclamation of the Gospel and our diaconal ministries. We help people in their immediate needs and create opportunities to extend the call to those not reached by other ministries.
We meet for worship and Bible study each Lord's day at 10:30am. Currently, we do not have an afternoon or evening service.
We are definitely thankful for SermonAudio. We are small church that never dreamed of being able to influence others all over the world like SermonAudio enables us to accomplish. We reach more people every month through this site than we have in our small congregation! As a church deeply committed to the Gospel, we appreciate our partnership which enables us to fulfill the Lord‚Äôs commission in a greater way!