Tuesday, August 3, 2021

7 pm

 

Zion Baptist Church 630 Glenwood Ave 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classical Roots Returns to Zion

As one of the earliest church partners for Classical Roots, Zion Baptist Church has been an active supporter of the annual celebration highlighting the contributions of Black artists and music to the American landscape. Reserve your spot today to enjoy members of the CSO performing in celebration of this Congregation and the 20th anniversary of this important collaboration.

Click the “Register” button on the right.  Once on the symphony’s page, click the words “RESERVE SEATS” to reserve your seat.  

 

  • This event will last approximately one hour.
  • This event is free; however, registration is required.
  • Once registered, your tickets will be mailed out prior to the event.
  • Limit four (4) reservations per household.
  • Seats at the event are first come, first served.
  • Full health and safety protocols will be observed, including masks and social distancing.

 

Sunday, March 23 2021

4pm

 

Participate/ Watch on Facebook:

Click here or Go to Facebook.com/zioncincinnati

MEDICAL UPDATES ON COVID-19 A Question-Answer Session

The Health and Wellness ministry will host this question and answer session with Drs. Kent Robinson, Leroy Vickers, and Curtis Tylor.  The doctors will be answering questions live.  You can call in or submit your questions in the Facebook chat.  For more information, contact a member of the Health and Wellness ministry or email the church.  

 

 

 

 

 

Church Office

 

State of Ohio Covid-19 Vaccination Tool–Get The Shot Ohio

(click the link below) 

https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPDATE:  COVID-19 VACCINATIONS

As updated information is made available to us, we will share it.

The state of Ohio has created this tool for checking status and scheduling vaccines.  Click the picture or the link to the left to go to the state’s website. 

Other options are to call UC Health at 513-584-3673 or your county health department [Hamilton—513-946-7800, Butler–(513) 863-1770, Warren—513-695-SHOT (7468)].

Click the links to the right for those community organizations charged with overseeing distribution in this area.

Available through 2021

Reflections on Black History Month

We thank the Board of Christian Education for bringing us this informative and engaging look into African-American history. The activities can be found below.  

Visit
the webpage of 

The Board of Christian Education

 

Until further notice

 

Most other activities

are on hold until further notice.

Sunday, January 17
11 AM
(10:55 Prelude)

 

Click here to watch the playback of the service.

Inspirational MLK Interfaith Worship Service: Sharing Dr. King’s Dream of One Nation

Thank you to all who participated in our Interfaith Worship Service & Celebration of Dr. King’s always timely message for people of all faiths.

We commemorated the life and mission of Dr. King during our regularly scheduled Sunday morning worship service.

Click the link to the left to watch the playback of the service.

 

Reflections on Black History Month

The Board of Christian Education

“A Teaching Ministry Serving God’s People”

Mrs. Doris Jackson, Chairperson

Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950), started Negro History Week in 1926, chosen in the second week of February between the birthdays of Frederick Douglas and Abraham Lincoln, which evolved into Black History Month in 1976. 

    Dr. Woodson devoted his entire life to bringing the achievements of his race to the world’s attention.  He founded the Association For The Study of African American Life and History in 1915, and the Journal of Negro History in 1916.  He published the Miseducation of the Negro in 1933.  The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASLAH) held its 102nd Annual Meeting in Cincinnati, September 2017.

     “Every individual in the United States should study Black History.  Without this knowledge, one’s historical perspective is fragmented, distorted and incomplete.  While Black History shows the trials and tribulations experienced by African Americans, it more importantly celebrates the contributions, achievements and the overwhelming endurances of people.”    Anonymous

Click the matching game and test your Black History knowledge.  You might learn something or be inspired to share what you know with someone else.

Here are pictures of a few of those African-Americans (Coloreds, Negroes, Blacks). Can you match the faces to the names? Click the names to learn more about these pioneers.

 

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