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    The mission of God as stipulated in Mathew 28:19-20 drives our heart for outreach.  Zion Global Ministries thrives to offer a holistic ministry to the world that touches both the spiritual and the physical components of humanity.  Loving on people is what we do and our presence in the local and global communities will always be a priority.  Our strategy for this task is inspired by our Lord Jesus Christ who annoints and empowers us to do great things for the kingdom.

    Local (Outreach, Prisons)

    Servants sharing the love of God with the community with prayer and other acts of kindness.

    Global

    Servants participating in the spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ across the globe.

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    What We Do

    Our mission is to Glorify God by inspiring and instilling within people the desire to fulfill their potential in God’s Kingdom with a sense of dignity, belonging and destiny.

    Our Mission

    REACHING out to members of our church and the global Christian community to understand their needs

    TEACHING us as a community of baptized believers that it is God’s Divine plan that we help meet the needs of others
    RESTORING by giving back what belongs to God of ourselves and our resources to meet the needs of others

    BUILDING God’s Kingdom by ministering to those in our community, the nation, and the world

    Upcoming Events

    Summer Lunch Program for the Gettysburg community kids is drawing closer.  Dates and other details on this great opportunity to serve will be posted as soon as they are available.

    Current Needs

    AWANA Outreach Program

    Volunteers and food donations needed for the dinners that are provided every Sunday to these needy kids in our community.  Call the office to join in and participate.

     

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    Pray For Us

    Spare some time to pray for our outreach activities so that souls are touched and transformed to the glory of God.

    Prison Ministry

    Visits are made regularly to prisons around the Tri-State where our members share the love of Jesus with those that our incarcerated.

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  • Mission

    To advance the Kingdom of God in global communities through spiritual, educational, economic and social development.

    Vision

    To provide opportunities for partnership with faith communities, private corporations, philanthropic organizations, business leaders and individuals who want to support work in all areas of holistic development:

    • Building sustainable and self-sufficient communities.
    • Educating children and adults to achieve academic success and engage in the 21st century global economy.
    • Providing quality health care to increase life expectancy and community wellness.
    • Providing ministerial development to nurture and stabilize local ministries in order to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.

    Our Story

    Zion Global Missions brings to life the global vision of Pastor Freddie T. Piphus, founder and Senior Pastor of Zion Global Ministries. Zion Global Missions was established to close the gap that has existed for a long time between the resourced and the non-resourced; the rich world and the poor world; the needy and the well-to-do. More importantly, it is an opportunity to demonstrate the transcending love of God and ministry of Jesus Christ for people from all nations and backgrounds to build God’s Kingdom and save souls. As the world becomes smaller, Zion Global Missions exists to touch the world in a very deliberate and strategic way.

    Our Partners

    Zion Global Ministries, Ghana
    Zion Global Ministries, Kenya
    Zion Global Ministries, Uganda

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    Jesus came and spoke to them saying, “All authority had been given to Me in heaven and in earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them to observe all things that I have commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age”. ~Matthew 28:18-20