The Church of Christ in Zion, Illinois is a nondenominational group of Christians. We are in fellowship with faithful Christians throughout the world. We accept no creed other than the Bible. If you would like to know when we add new articles, books or Bible land photographs to this website, then just like us on Facebook.
A map and directions to our meetinghouse in Zion, Illinois, along with a schedule of services and a list of future gospel meetings. Our membership includes Christans from the local area, as well as from places in Illinois like Gurnee, Round Lake, Antioch, Waukegan, Lake Villa, Grayslake, the Great Lakes Naval Base, and Chicago, as well as from cities in Wisconsin, such as Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha, Racine and Milwaukee. We are located just a mile from the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Illinois.
Many people are hesitant to attend worship services at an unfamiliar church. To help alleviate any apprehensions you may have regarding this congregation, we would like to explain what you can expect when you visit with us at the Church of Christ in Zion, Illinois.
Information about our fellowship -- if you are a Christian and would like to join the disciples here (Acts 9:26), this article contains some things you need to know.
The church in Zion, Illinois has been active in supporting the preaching of the gospel overseas for many years. Within the past few years we have helped support men in India, China, South Africa, Nigeria, The Philippine Islands, Malaysia, Romania and the Czech Republic.
Most of the material on this website was produced by David Padfield, evangelist for the Church of Christ in Zion, Illinois. In addition, Padfield was able to secure the assistance of Gene Taylor, Wayne Greeson and Jeff Asher to produce original articles, tracts and books for this site.
This local congregation was established in 1959.
Find out how you may legally reprint the books and articles found on the website. None of our work is in the "public domain."
Information on how our class books are produced and the software we use to design and maintain this website.
These links are for informational purposes only. I do not personally know most of the people behind these sites. These sites are linked because they have been kind enough to place a link on their site to mine.
David Padfield's personal blog is at www.AllSeasonsCyclist.com