Zion Lutheran Church is committed to preaching God's word and administering the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion so that families and individuals may become wise unto salvation and meet the challenges that they may face throughout their lives.
If you don't already have a church home, we invite you to worship with us. We offer you the opportunity to enrich your life with God's Word and fellowship with other Christians.
We're not a large congregation, but in many ways this is an asset for us. We're able to establish sincere, close Christian relationships with each other. Everyone is valued and appreciated as a redeemed child of Christ at our church. Our small size also allows us to live out our lives according to what Jesus taught, namely to love God and one another and to spread the Gospel in the communities around us and the world.
Zion has ministries and programs designed to enrich you spiritually and build your relationship with Christ. We welcome you to come and worship with us.
Sunday Please click on our Events page
Bible Study 10:15am
Sunday School 10:15am
The Elders, President and Pastor have decided to put some measures in place to calm the fears of those who may be apprehensive about coming to church because of the Coronavirus. They ask that everyone maintain a distance of six feet from the person next to them. People should fill every other pew so that the pew in front and behind them is empty. (The pews are marked.) No shaking hands. If anyone would like to wear a mask, he/she may certainly do so.
The worship service is recorded and posted on this website each week for the next three months. Simply click on the "Sermons" tab at the bottom of this page to view the service. Click on the "Resources" tab at the top of this page and then click on "Worship Service" to access the printed service.
Feel free to contact the pastor or elders at any time. Please check this website often for any updates or new information and pass it on to someone you know who doesn't have access to the internet.
Please keep our congregation in your prayers. Our gracious God will keep and preserve us during this trying time. "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose." (Romans 8:28)