Meeting Times

Sunday School 9:15 AM
Sunday Worship 10:30 AM

Church News & Events

Celebrate Easter With Us!

We warmly welcome you to join us in celebrating the good news of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection this season:

Palm Sunday (April 13)
9:15am      Sunday School
10:30am    Worship Service

Maundy Thursday (April 17)
7:00pm      Worship and Communion Service

Resurrection Sunday (April 20)
8:30am      Sunrise Service Breakfast
10:30am    Worship Service

What’s New This Spring?

This Spring, there will be several new groups and studies ongoing at Zion Reformed.  All are warmly welcomed to join us, and there are several ways to connect:

Ladies Bible Study (Wednesdays at 10:00am)
A new women’s bible study will be meeting together Wednesday mornings at 10:00am for a time of fellowship and study of Barbara Hughes’ book Disciplines of a Godly Woman.  Hughes states the Gospel-centered purpose of her book as follows:

. . . the Gospel is not just one more thing you schedule into your day planner or kitchen calendar.  The Gospel shapes everything about you.  The discipline of the Gospel is coming to God on His terms.  That is what this book is all about.  As women who understand and embrace the Gospel, we find God’s Word so dynamic that it at once defines us, satisfies us, and motives us.    (Disciplines of a Godly Woman, pg. 25)

Gospel A to Z (Sundays at 9:15am)
During the Sunday School hour we will look at how the Gospel, to quote pastor-author Tim Keller, “is not just the A-B-C’s of Christianity, but the A-to-Z of the Christian life.”  We will consider how the Gospel saves us, how it drives our daily living, how it shapes us as a community of believers, and how it creates our mission as a Church.  This is an ideal study for both seasoned believers and those new to Zion or to Christianity.

Longing & Living for Jesus (Sundays at 10:30am)
We begin a new sermon series this Spring through 1 and 2 Thessalonians entitled Longing and Living for Jesus.  The Apostle Paul wrote these letters to a church in Thessalonica (modern day northern Greece) who were new believers and who were undergoing persecution for their faith.  His aim was to cultivate a deeper delight and hope in Jesus Christ that would encourage these Christians to persevere in the midst of suffering and loss.  Like the Thessalonians of old, the more we long for Christ in our hearts, the more joyfully we will live our lives for Him-even in the midst of suffering.  So do join us for Worship Sunday mornings as we as we grow together in our longing and living for Jesus!