To worship God, to witness the Gospel, and to feed and care God’s children; empower to propagate, educate to govern, and engage to support (John 4:24, 21:15-17; Acts 1:8).
Our Spiritual commitment includes a scriptural call to provide hospitality to newcomers as if welcoming Christ Himself. The Zo Presbyterian Church, like our nation as a whole, finds its identity and roots in various immigrant communities. We affirm the inherent dignity bestowed by God on every human race, including immigrants and refugees, no matter the circumstances that compel a person to begin a new life in our community. We are called to serve all nations with dignity and eternal love of Jesus.
To worship the God of Abraham, to witness the God of Isaac, and to serve the God of Jacob.
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We want to use your talents and interests to further the Gospel. If you have a gift of writing, office skills, Teaching English, making phone calls or any other talent we could use, please fill out the form below or call us and we will find a volunteer place for you.
“As everyman hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.”
1 Peter 4:10
Citizenship classes are for anyone on the path to United States citizenship. This class will explain the citizenship process and help prepare students for the English requirements of the citizenship test.
Explore Mission, where we'll learn more about the mission of God and how God purposes His people to join Him in His redemptive plan. In this two-part series, we'll learn how Jesus taught us to worship God and make disciples, discover what a missionary does, receive an overview of the history of mission and how we play a vital role in its history and explore ways that you can live on mission in the world today.
ESL and Citizenship Classes are canceled until further notice. English as a Second Language (ESL) and Citizenship classes are for adults from any country. Students are broken out into one of three groups: Beginners, for those who speak little or no English; Intermediate, for those who know just enough English to get by; and Advanced, for those who want to improve their English including their pronunciation and accent.
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At ZPC we are constantly working on ways to help people see the next step God wants them to take. Below are some areas of ministry where you can serve. Simply complete the form and check the area(s) that you are interested in.