Zion Baptist Church of Philadelphia

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      ZION LEGACY MINISTRY

                 Leaving Something Behind

I am reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice and now, I am sure, dwells in you. 2 Timothy 1:5

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The Zion Legacy Ministry celebrates our 50 year plus members of Zion. These marvelous members have worked for over 50 years in Zion and witnessed its development into an international congregation.

Like a tree's roots that grow deep, today the Legacy Ministry is deeply rooted in the church and deeply devoted to leaving something behind other than merely an empty room or park bench.  

Active throughout the church and community, the Legacy Ministry of Zion is devoted to strengthening Zion through prayer, the study of the Word of God, through Christian witness and through giving back financially. 

This ministry serves as one among many purposeful ministries of Zion that intentionally touches and transforms lives to fill the emptiness of a their own generation and a new generation that is upon us.  

As those who've inherited a great legacy, the Legacy Ministry of Zion is determined to leave a lasting social, spiritual and financial legacy to strengthen Zion for generations to come in Zion. 

In 2015, don't leave merely an empty house or park bench behind. Whether financial, social or spiritual, think about leaving a lasting legacy? Your gifts to generations to come would be deeply appreciated by all.

Legacy Social Activities

-Quarterly Fellowship Luncheon

-Creative Mentoring of Younger Zion Family Members

-Vigorously Supporting the Vision of the Pastor and Zion

-Panelists and Speakers on the Affordable Care Act

-Offer Tips on Healthier Living

-Offer Tips on Financial Management  

-Estate Planning

-Strengthening classes

-Theater Outings

-Shopping Trips

-Sporting Events

-Amusement Parks

-Concerts and Conventions and More

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Contact Information:

Anita Chappell, President

Phone (215) 223-5460

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