So far, 18 crafters and antique dealers have signed up to participate in the sale.
"It's mostly crafts," said organizer Alberta Levengood. "There will be no home party goods." The church will also be offering memorabilia for sale.
Table spaces are $25 each; if a vendor needs a table, the fee will be $30.
Proceeds will go into the church's fundraising account. A percentage of the income will go to a local service agency, said Zion's pastor, the Rev. Robert Bistline.
There will be a kids' craft room where children can make items while their parents shop. Members of the church's kitchen committee will prepare food for the day.
There will be egg sandwiches and coffee for breakfast. The lunch menu will include homemade pork and beef barbecue, homemade pies, hot dogs, chips, and ice tea.
This will be the church's second annual spring craft and antique sale.
The sale will be held at the church, 900 Winter Hill Rd., from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 24.