About Zion Community Church - One Church in Several Locations
This ministry owes it's beginnings to a historic congregation with a rich history based in the Holland area of western rural Suffolk since the mid 1800s. Following the arrival of a new millennium, a group of pioneers planted a new and progressive church in the heart of fast-growing Northern Suffolk. They named it Zion Community Church in honor of the Holland congregation. Today, this ministry has grown to be one church in several locations:
Our Downtown Hampton Site has the distinction of being our first location beyond the headquarters congregation in Northern Suffolk. Conveniently located in a densely populated neighborhood right off of the interstate, the Hampton Site brings the best of Zion Community Church to the Peninsula. This fast growing congregation is quickly catching the attention of Hampton and Newport News!
Culto en Español
Zion's "Culto in Español" is undeniably and unapologetically Hispanic in every sense. God is a God of diversity as well as a God of unity. We're diverse in culture; yet, one in the Lord! It's like the use of cilantro in Hispanic cooking—whether Mexican, Cuban, or Costa Rican. It's subtly there, ever-present. And, just like any of the other Zion Community Church congregations across the region, We Do It Better When We Do It Together - En Español!
Zion Community Church in Northern Suffolk boasts a culture filled with passion for Christ and our neighbors. Serving as the model Zion Community congregation, this location houses the largest congregation and has developed the most ministries. Also serving as the Central Care Team Office, the other Zion Community Church Sites are managed by the staff at the Northern Suffolk location.
When you hear “urban”, what comes to mind? A vibrant city full of diversity and potential? A center of culture brimming with life? A metropolitan area that brings the best our region has to offer? Well, this is just the start of what it means to be urban! Experience what our Portsmouth Site has to offer you and your family. You'll find out exactly what makes urban ministry so unique and why you don't want to miss it!
Did you know that Jesus and each of the Apostles worshipped on Saturday? Biblically and historically, the seventh day of the week was designated as the Sabbath-or day of rest-by God. Whether by conviction or convenience, those desiring to worship on the seventh day gather at this Site every Saturday morning to experience heart-felt worship, practical teaching, and exuberant preaching.