Why attend Zion Hill Baptist Church? One of the best reasons is that we honor God’s truths as expressed in the Bible. The preaching and teachings are scripture based with biblical doctrines. At Zion Hill, we believe in the true Trinity - the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. We believe that Jesus died for our sins; that He arose and that He ascended into Heaven. We believe that through Jesus Christ, we can be saved, thereby receiving the opportunity to gain eternal life.
Zion Hill Baptist Church is deeply rooted in the community and strives to meet the needs of its members, both spiritually and physically. We love our church and we know that you will too. Please join us for our Worship Service. We look forward to seeing you!
For over 100 years, God has planted us in the Newnan community, desiring to extend the hand of love and fellowship to those we’ve come into contact with. We are a church embracing the tenets of Worship, Discipleship, Fellowship, Stewardship with an emphasis on “Relationship”.
Showing You the Way
Preaching to the Unsaved Teaching to Serve
The church exists to advance the kingdom of God – which is the visual manifestation of the comprehensive rule of God over every area of life. We are to do so through the individual, the family and members of the church, moving outward to the community. (Acts 20:17-38)
Evangelism is the duty of all Christians. The great commission at the end of Matthew’s Gospel is a commission for all who follow Jesus Christ: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (Matthew 28:19)
We Share Our Faith Because
1. Christ Commands Us To: He commanded us to go into all the world and preach the Gospel. Sharing our faith is not optional for the believer, it is an essential element to the Christian way of life.
2. We Are God’s Spokespeople: God has entrusted us with the privilege of being His ambassadors, or spokespeople. (II Corinthians 5:18-20, NIV) The world urgently needs the Gospel and the fields are already “ripe for harvest.” (John 4:35)
3. To Give Hope To Others: Paul, writing to the Christians in Ephesus, reminds them that once they were “without hope and without God in the world.” But God, full of love and mercy, reached out and brought them new life in Jesus. (Ephesians 2:4-5) By sharing the Gospel, we offer the hope that can only be found in Christ.