Children’s Education

vbs2Sing, pray, create and learn in Sunday school.  During the school year Zion’s children gather to learn about the Word of God with Spark! Children form friendships, grow their faith, and praise God together in their Zion community.  Sunday school is open to children starting at the age of three and continues up until high school.  Join us every Sunday to have a little fun learning about God.

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Summer is nothing without VBS.  Held every year in the spring/summer kids come together to have fun praising God and hearing his word through song, dance, food and crafts!  Watch for more information on this faith forming event in the coming months.  It is something that is not to be missed.

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Every year we ask members of Zion to become Prayer Buddies for our Sunday school.   Members are asked to draw a name of a Sunday school child and encouraged to pray for that child during the duration of the Sunday school year.  This is a wonderful program that allows members to get to know the children of Zion and make all families feel welcome and cared for.

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    Join us for worship each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.

    Followed by Sunday School for all ages  at 10:30 a.m.

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