Down through the ages, one of the most renowned biblical scenes that artists have attempted to portray more than any other is the Last Supper. Artists have gone to great lengths and have used their creative imaginations to paint this particular scene even though it has been depicted in different ways. In some of the renderings the mood is very festive as the disciples are portrayed with smiling faces looking up to Christ. But in others, the mood is very solemn and almost morbid as the seriousness of the event is portrayed through various colors of paint and great artistic effort.

And each of the Gospel writers paints the same scene from his own unique perspective as well. This Sunday we’re going to focus on Matthew’s perspective of what happened the night before Jesus died as we prepare ourselves to approach the Lord’s Supper table.  
You are personally invited to join us Sunday morning at 10:15 as we focus on “The Last Supper to the Lord’s Supper” (Matthew 26:17-30) and anticipate the touch of the Holy Spirit as we participate in and partake of the Lord’s Supper. You don’t want to miss out!  

 Also there is always room for you in our LifeGroups @ 9:00 am preceding our morning worship service. This is a great way to get plugged into doing life with other believers. We hope to see YOU and your family here at ZBC
We are excited to be preparing for our 19th Annual Hallelujah Festival! This is an amazing outreach event for our community and we are thrilled to have you come along with us in this journey. We are currently needing candy donations to start preparing for the hundreds of children we get to impact through this event. Donations can be made to the church office or in any of the donate boxes around the building. We look forward to partnering with you to make this the best one yet!
And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them .
1 John 4:16