Unlike many churches, Zion believes that every person’s relationship with God is their own. The church does not try to force beliefs on anyone. Zion truly loves and welcomes everyone regardless of their education, economic status, race, sexual orientation, disability, etc. We don’t just “say” it, we live it every day through missions, programs for youth as well as seniors and everyone in between. We reach out to help the community and the world through the Soup Kitchen, Lighthouse Shelter, Kindercottage, Habitat for Humanity (both locally and in other countries), Hoyleton Children’s Home, and love offerings for families in need, just to name a few.
We grew up in this church and though we were both away for a number of years, this is still our church home.
Alan & Kathy Rushing
The love here is real, palpable, generous. I would describe my first visit to worship here as a scene from the Wizard of Oz. Dorothy opens the door after landing in Munchkin Land to a place that sparkles in technicolor. Quite a contrast from the black and white life in Kansas. Like Dorothy, I was welcomed, loved, as I am, unlike Dorothy, I feel as if I have come home here. - Carla Simmons, Zion Member