2018 Church Theme: "The Year of RECONCILIATION: God is reconciling the world
"All things are of God, who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ..." (2 Corinthians 5:18)
AWANA reaches kids for Christ through Scripture-based games and fun activities to promote Biblical literacy and life-long faith in God!
6:30p.m. - 8:00p.m.
9:15 am - Sunday School
10:30 am - Morning Worship
Youth Leadership - Fourth Sundays (during 10:30 a.m. morning service)
Holy Communion - First Sundays (immediately following morning worship)
7:00 pm - Intercessory Prayer
7:00 pm - Children/Youth Bible Study 7:30 pm - Adult Bible Study
10:00 am - Discipleship Classes (Third Saturday of each month)
Children's History Book
"Samuel Tucker: The story of a Civil Rights Trailblazer and the 1939 Alexandria Library Sit-In" by Nancy N. Silcox (Hardcover $18.00) Click here to order
First-ever biography of Tucker (1913-1990) who was born in Alexandria during the Jim Crow era. Tucker was a faithful member of Zion Baptist Church, graduated from Howard University, passed the Virginia Bar at age 20, and fought for equal rights for all.
THE 2018 SEASON OF LENT
The Season of Lent is a 40-day period of personal reflection, penance, and abstinence through fasting that begins on Ash Wednesday (Feb 14th) and concludes before Easter (March 29th).
Join us and invite a friend to worship with us, Sunday, April 1st, 6:30 am and 10:30 am, as we celebrate the resurrection of Christ Jesus on Easter Sunday!
This is your personal invitation to join our spirit-filled worship services to praise and give adoration unto God! After each service, we have fellowship and light refreshments in the Fellowship Hall. For more information contact,(703) 836-0246 or info@zion-baptist-church.
FOOD PANTRY MINISTRY
Please donate non-perishable food items. Members can submit names of families in need by completing the Food Basket Form.
The faithful believers established Zion Baptist Church as one of the oldest black congregations in Alexandria VA shortly after the Union Army troops occupation during the Civil War in 1861, near an area known as "Zion Hill," a longtime African-American neighborhood.