Zion Episcopal Church 301 East Congress St. Charles Town, WV. 25414


“Weekly Bible study will resume in September.”

Zion’s Bible Study meets each Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in the Parlors of Zion.  We begin with intercessory prayer followed by study.  You do not need to know anything of the Bible to participate—our study is open to all. There is a great deal of fun during this study come join us.

 BOOK CLUB – Meets reguarly at members houses to discuss  book readings.


Dinners are held at Zion Episcopal Church Parish House.  It is pot-luck


Peterkin Romney WV "Living under Grace"


(Peterkin Site)




We sell Martins, Food Lion and Weis Gift Cards as well as Sheetz gas cards.

We need your support.  Please get your gift cards following our worship services at 8:00 a.m., and 10:00 a.m., or most any time at the Parish Office.

Keep purchasing the cards after church each Sunday or in the Parish Office during the week during office hours. We earn money from each card to support our ministries.


As many of you know, Zion’s Monthly Meal Ministry has become something of a hallmark of our parish.  Each month we serve up to 150 people a nourishing, tasty, hot meal.

MOVIE CLUB-  Joint us for a Movie and dinner afterwards to discuss the film

Join us for an evening of intellectual & spiritual Inquiry


The Rainbow Montessori School operates in the Zion Episcopal Parish Hall Monday through Friday with both morning and afternoon sessions.  We have 22 children currently enrolled, five of whom are in our kindergarten class.

The primary goal of Montessori education is to unveil the potential of the child.  When the potential is nurtured, the child has a greater chance of living a joy-filled and deeply satisfying life.  A Montessori education offers the child a sense of purpose, stewardship, and service.  There is a conscious effort to cultivate a strong sense of self, while at the same time promote an awareness of one’s place in the world and connection to other people and living things.

Dr. Maria Montessori believed the goal of education should be to create self-actualizing human beings.  The fundamental role of schools, she insisted, should be to nurture the full potential in each child, and when that becomes the norm, rather than the exception, humanity will become more compassionate, loving, and peaceful.  In her vision, the potential of the individual and the realization of a peace-filled world are intimately linked.

We are honored to be a part of this vision and strive to assist each child in realizing their potential and in realizing their place in a larger community, one of respect and love.