Dr. martin luther king, Jr. Interfaith vesper service

Sharing Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dream of One Nation

sunday, January 20, 2019

5 pm

 

Speaker:  Dr. H. James Williams, CPA, CMA, JD, LLM

President, Mount St. Joseph University

Special Guest Performers:  Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra Nouveau Chamber Players.

                                 CSO Nouveau Chamber Players

 

We invite all to join us in this celebration of the legacy of Dr. King and his continuingly important message of unity and social action.  The service features messages of humanity from faith leaders of the Christian, Jewish, and Islamic communities. 

The event is free and open to the public.  

Reception Immediately Following.

bible study on facebook live

Every Wednesday at 6:30 pm, beginning January 9, 2019 

(www.Facebook.com/zioncinnati)

Want to study the word with other believers but can’t get to the church?  Join us on Facebook as Rev. Elaine Stubblefield leads us through a study of Jesus and what a relationship with Him can give believers.  Participate/ watch live or view the recorded session on your own schedule.  Texts (shown above) are available on Amazon and other retailers.  For more information, contact Rev. Elaine by email or phone at thechurch office (513-751-8608).

zion Christian leadership training school winter semester

Saturday, January 19 – March 23, 2019
2 pm – 4 pm

Registration now open

Enhance your ministry skills so that you may be a more effective tool to be used in the lives of people. This course is a guide for lay people and ministry leaders seeking to better understand where people are biologically, cognitively, socioemotionally, and spiritually. For details on registration, costs, and other information, contact registrar Corla Tillery at 513-200-1518 or through the  church office 

ZCLTS is affiliated with the Evangelical Training Association. The school is open to all, regardless of church membership. 

Leadership Training School Details

chaos or community:  a continuing Sunday school discussion

Sunday, January 28, 2019
9 am

This interactive program for children and adults will engage attendees in activities designed to increase knowledge of Dr. King’s life and legacy while encouraging us to move away from chaos toward the beloved community he envisioned. 

Sponsored by the Sunday School during the Sunday School hour.