A family of believers who carry out the teachings of Christ together.
A community woven together in faith and in truth.
A church body that is united in Christ and builds one another up.
Whichever you describe it, San Francisco Zion Church is a place where the family of God can come together to worship and fellowship.
Whether you are seeking for stronger life of faith, better knowledge of the Bible, or a community that understands, we can help build it together.
The scriptures are clear about the importance of being properly equipped and prepared, so that we may testify boldly about the work of the Spirit and move the hearts of those who have the ears to listen to the message of the cross.
In Acts, the apostles carried out the commands of Christ, no matter what difficulty or persecution awaited them. They reasoned and taught from Scripture how Christ was the Lord and Messiah. Today, we are called to do the same.
A family is not a family unless it is united in heart and will. This is the eternal family God desires to create and be with. He has called us to build each other up as a temple of God, and to love one another.
This is the greatest command.
In the light of the recent tragedies brought by COVID-19 and the California wildfires,
San Francisco Zion Church has been serving the community
by hosting donation drives, doing acts of appreciation for our brave firefighters,
being a listening ear to those who are socially isolated, and organizing blood donation drives.
Join us as we carry out God’s command to love and serve others.
Interested in starting your own garden/landscape?
Or revamping a formerly neglected one?
SF Zion is hosting free gardening and landscaping workshops on every other Saturday of the month.
We’ll cover basics such as how to maintain your garden and landscape and red flags to watch out for. Workshops will touch on general landscape maintenance, garden installation and maintenance, and weed management.
As summer is quickly approaching, our workshops will also cover how to prepare your landscape for the hot and dry weather, including installation of drought-resistant landscape ornamentals, and ways to protect your landscape from the potential fire.