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ZION HILL SUMMIT REVIVAL "TRUSTING GOD TO GET IT DONE"
Zion Hill Baptist Church, the congregation that is "Living to Love and Loving to Serve, will have its annual Summit Revival, three consecutive nights of power-packed preaching, September 19-21, 2012 at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary at 6175 Campbellton Road, SW, Atlanta, GA. Everyone is invited to share in this pinnacle worship experience as three of Atlanta's most gifted senior pastors - Rev. Richard D. Winn, Ben Hill United Methodist Church, Rev. Anthony A.W. Motley, Lindsay Street Baptist Church, and Rev. Eyvonne Whitman, First African Methodist Episcopal Church,preach from the theme, "Trusting God to Get It Done".
Zion Hill’s pastor, Dr. Aaron L. Parker commented, “You really don’t want to miss this. Some of the most profound proponents of the gospel have been invited to lead us in reflecting on messages inspired by Psalm 37:5, ‘Commit your way to the Lord; trust him, and he will act’. Come with the expectation of exiting on a spiritual high to the
extent that you go away from the summit compelled to move to a higher level of love and service.”
The Summit Revival is yet another occasion on the Zion Hill calendar for members, friends, and those with an interest in learning more about the application of scripture
in everyday life to get a spiritual boost. All three guest preachers are well-respected as speakers, lecturers, teachers, as well as pastors who are leading their congregations with distinction and seeking to improve the
communities in which they serve.
For more about the Summit Revival and the ongoing outreach activities at Zion Hill, go to www.zionhill.org or call 404-691-8025.
More About Zion Hill Baptist Church
This 138-year-old Atlanta church, lead since 1994 by pastor Rev. Dr. Aaron Parker, is deeply involved in the community and offers more than 36 ministries. In addition to a weekly teen Bible study and monthly soup kitchen, the church operates the Zion Hill Community Development Center which offers vocational training, GED courses, counseling for community residents and housing for chronically homeless women.
Zion Hill's motto is "Living to Love, Loving to Serve" and, according to Donna Watts-Nunn, executive assistant of the church.
The congregation moved on Dec. 5, 2010, from it's former Benjamin E. Mays and Lynhurst location to 6175 Campbellton Rd., Atlanta, GA 30331.