Welcome to Zebulon Baptist Church.  As a Christian community, we value worship, ministry, and fellowship. Our worship is Christ centered, our ministry is rooted in the proclamation of the gospel, and our fellowship leads us toward the unity based on our shared faith in Jesus Christ.

 

 

 

Sunday, January 20

2019 Winter Bible Study, "Father Abraham"

 Sermon: "A Mysterious Meal"

Genesis 14

 

 

  Regular Sunday School, 9 a.m.
Morning Worship Service, 10:15 a.m.

 

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS...      

 

NEW ADULT STUDY TOPIC - WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
"The Major Messages of the Minor Prophets"

    We continue this week with the new Wednesday series, "The Major Messages of the Minor Prophets." We will focus on the major message of each of the twelve books of the Bible known as "the minor prophets." We will spend one week on each prophet - introducing you to the person and message of each of these twelve. This Wednesday, January 23, we will be focusing on the prophecy of Joel. Join us on Wednesdays after dinner at 6:50 in the Sanctuary.

       

2019 WINTER BIBLE STUDY BEGINS
"FATHER ABRAHAM"

     On January 13 we began a six week Winter Bible Study focused on the Biblical narratives on Abraham, the father of the people of God known as the Israelites, or Jews. These ancient narratives are rich stories full of meaning and insight that give us a better understanding of how the Jewish nation began, but also instruct us to understand God's desire for a people who will follow Him faithfully, lovingly, and obediently.

     Join us in worship on Sunday mornings as we continue our study. Then join us again at 5:30 p.m. each Sunday evening in the Fellowship Hall where we will begin a verse by verse study of Abraham. We will also have a Winter Bible study for K-3 and Juniors while the adults are having their Bible study.

 

 

 

ZBC TO HOST KING DAY BREAKFAST

     Our congregation will be hosting the Zebulon area Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Breakfast on Monday morning, January 21, at 8 a.m. in our Fellowship Hall.  There are a limited number of tickets available.  You may contact Jack or Barbara Glasgow about ticket availability or King Day Committee Chair Annie Moore.  

 

       

 

 See the bulletin for more details and other events