Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church
"Raising A Higher Standard"

250 Dr Samuel McCree Way, Rochester, New York, 14611
(716) 328 -4660


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View photos of the retirement of the Late Pastor McCree's pulpit chair in the Newsletter section.

Head Contact: Sister Marilyn Kendrick

Bible Study
Church School
Vacation Bible School
Annual Missionary Workshops
Christian Education Institute
New Members Orientation
Cultural Diversity Ministry
Dance Ministry
Drama Ministry


Bible Study

An overview of the Bible as well as in depth scriptural analysis of selected passages. Classes are held on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.

Contact: Reverend Walter Atkins


Church School

At Zion Hill, traditional Sunday School is no longer being held on Sunday morning. Instead, an excitingly creative form of the Sunday School is currently being held on Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m. and has been renamed the "Church School." Bible instruction is provided for all age groups from pre-school to senior members.

Contact: Sistser Marilyn Kendrick, Superintendent


Vacation Bible School (VBS)

Bible study, arts and crafts, dramatic skits and recreation are all activities which describe the Vaction Bible School. The VBS session begins in late July through early August and is designed to accomodate ages 3 through 16.

Contact: Sister Laura McCree


Annual Missionary Workshops

Sponsored by the Missionary Society (3 day program), these workshops cover such topics as Tithing, Gifts of the Spirit, the ordinances: Baptism and Communion, Discipleship, etc. All are welcome.

Contatct: Mother Bernerdene Jones


Christian Education Institute

Is held on a semester basis which closely parellels the school year calendar. Courses include such topics as: How to Study the Bible, Developing an Effective Prayer Life, Introduction to the Bible, Blacks in the Bible, etc. Each course is six weeks long. A complete listing of courses are published each semester. Click Here: To view courses outline for the Fall 2000 Session:

Contact: Sister Marilyn Kendricks


New Members Orientation

A six week orientation requirement for all new members of the church. The purpose of the orientation is to familiarize our new members with the vision of the church, its administrative organization and the responsibilities of church membership. Class Components are:

Pastor's Welcome Class
Prayer
Overview of the Bible
Church Etiquette
Christian Stewardship
History of the Church
Discipleship / Evangelism
Pastor's Exit Class

Contact: Sister Marilyn Kendricks


Cultural Diversity Ministry

A ministry develoed to delebrate several cultures in the church. Notably the Black History Committee, the Hispanic Heritage Committee, Women's Committee, and the Deaf Forum plan cltural celebration at specfic times during the year.

Contact: Reverend Valerie Smith


Dance Ministry

"Praise Him with the dance ..." As it states in Psalm 150. This ministry trains dancers of all ages to offer praise to God through the art of dance during the worship hour as well as for special occasions.

Contact: Imanuel


Drama Ministry

Dedicated to ministering through the dramatic arts. Persons desiring to utilize their gifts and talents have the opportunity to perform in various productions throughout the year.

Contact: Reverend Walter Atkins

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