National Overseer Lanny Carter Visits Local Zion Assembly Church Of God

Monday, July 24, 2017
Zion Assembly Church of God will have a visit from Bishop L. W. Carter on their Sunday morning service at 11 a.m.  Bishop Carter is the National Overseer of the United States for Zion Assembly Church of God.  This will be his first visit to the Cleveland church since the appointment of new pastor, Anton Burnette.

“We cannot wait for Bishop Carter to minister at our church.  He is a pillar in Zion Assembly and a powerful minister of the Word of God.  We invite the entire Cleveland community to come and be part of this service on Sunday,” said Pastor Burnette.

"Bishop Carter has an extensive ministerial background throughout the world and in the Cleveland area.
 Since his conversion in 1969, he has worked tirelessly in promoting the Gospel message as a pastor, Bible Training Institute instructor, director of various auxiliaries, and as state and national overseer in several locations," officials said.

“I have always had a special place in my heart for Cleveland, Tn.  I have poured out my heart in preaching to this community for much of my life.  I am looking forward to ministering at the headquarters church of Zion Assembly.  I hope to see old friends and desire to make new ones,” said Bishop Carter.

Zion Assembly Church of God is located at 5512 Waterlevel Hwy. Services times are Sunday 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.  In-depth adult Bible study is scheduled each Sunday morning at 10 a.m., as well as classes for all ages.



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