History

Zion Apostolic Church has a rich history that goes back to 1916 when Rev. Franklin Small began tent meetings on the banks of Winnipeg’s Red River in which there were many miracles of healing. As people received Christ and a place of regular ongoing worship, teaching and ministry was needed, a church was established in 1917. Throughout the years Zion Church has remained a church in Winnipeg known to have a passion to see people saved, healed, ministered to by the Holy Spirit and established in their faith through the teaching of the Word of God.

Zion Church also has an apostolic vision for church planting and has either planted churches or assisted churches to become established as viable ministries in Winnipeg and abroad.  We currently share our building facility with  House of the Risen Son, a church aimed at being relevant and seeker friendly to those of the motor cycle culture, hold Sunday services in the evenings.

Out of a desire to touch the neighborhood around us and to minister to the poor in our community, Zion Church and House of the Risen Son have partnered to make a considerable impact on our community through a Food Bank, Clothing Exchange, as well as other annual community outreach events such as Children’s VBS Ministry during the week of Spring break followed by monthly Sunday afternoon Kids Club and Evangelistic Outreach.

God is at work at Zion Apostolic Church—if you haven’t visited, we invite you to come and experience an exciting church where people come together to passionately go after God.