What is the Right Hand of Fellowship (RHF)?
This takes place on the first Sunday of each month (except August) when we officially welcome new members into the family. On the Sunday that you receive the RHF your name will be called, you will receive a packet that will include a bible, offering envelopes, etc. You will stand in front of the congregation until all the names receiving the RHF have been called. Then Pastor will call for a motion, which will be made to receive you as a new member (simply a formality), motion is carried then our Pastor, our First Lady and a portion of our leadership extend the Right Hand of Fellowship to welcome you into the family of Greater Zion!
Do I Have to be a member to take Communion?
You do need to be a member of the Body of Christ. However you do not have to be a member of Greater Zion to partake in our communion.
How can I get a meeting with the Pastor?
Call 717-541-0388 ext. 123 so speak with his Administrative Director, Sister Bonnie Pyett. She will coordinate your schedules. Please note that sometimes Pastor is booked about two-three weeks out.
Do I have to be a member to get my baby dedicated?
No! Learn more about baptisms at Greater Zion.
Do I have to be a member to have my wedding at Greater Zion?
Yes, either you or your spouse to be must be a member. To discuss your potential wedding date and other details call 717-541-0388 x101 and speak with Sylvia Turner.
Do I have to be a member to have a funeral service at Greater Zion?
No. We will try to accommodate any grieving family when possible. To check the availability of church building, staff etc. call 717-541-0388 ext. 101 and speak with Sylvia Turner.
How many services do you have?
We have two services one at 8:00 a.m. tiil 9:30 a.m. (more contemporary) and one at 10:45 a.m. – til approximately 1:00 p.m. (more traditional). Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. except for 1st Sundays – no Sunday School for the month of August for summer break. Note: Every 2nd Sunday is Youth Worship Sunday – Our Youth Minister Trey DuPont peaches and the youth are in charge of the flow of service.