Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services will be posted on the website this week. The printed orders of worship will be available as well.
The worship service will be recorded and posted on this website each week. We plan to have it available every Sunday morning at 9:00 AM, the time we normally gather at church. Simply click on the "Sermons" tab at the bottom of this page to view the service. We encourage you to view this service at home and follow along using the printed service. Click on the "Resources" tab at the top of this page and then click on "Worship Service" to access the printed service.
Bible study this Sunday, April 12, at 10:15 AM.
The following are instructions for those who will be taking Communion this Sunday, April 12. Please enter the building in the front and when finished with Communion exit the building through the education wing. For those in the 9:20 AM, 9:40 AM and 10:00 AM time slots, please wait in your vehicle until the pastor or one of the elders signals for you to enter the building. If you would like to wear gloves or a mask, please feel free to do so.
Communion will be offered April 12 and 19. Some years ago the congregation voted to always offer Communion on Resurrection Sunday. Please inform the pastor when you would like Communion. We have to keep our groups under 10 people. If you are not able to partake of the Lord's Supper on those Sundays, please contact pastor to schedule an appointment for a different time.
If anyone has any prayer requests to include in the Sunday prayer, please submit your requests to pastor via email or phone.
The Council met April 7. It was decided to cancel Sunday school for the remainder of the year. We encourage parents to use this time away from Sunday school to continue instructing their children in the ways of the Lord. If parents need help in planning lessons, please get in touch with the pastor.
The voters' meeting for this quarter has been cancelled as well. The next meeting will be held in July. If in the meantime an issue arises and needs to be voted on, we will post the issue(s) on the website and direct you to send your vote to either the president or someone on the Council.
The Council decided to have the treasurer look into the CARES ACT. It's a government program providing payroll relief to small businesses and non-profit organizations. There is no need to panic or think the worst. The Council simply thought it might be worthwhile to look into.
If anyone would like a copy of the minutes from the council meeting, please get in contact with the secretary and she will send you the minutes via email.
The church still has expenses to meet and so we ask that you would continue to support the ministry with your regular offerings. You may mail them to the church or bring them to church when you receive Holy Communion. Thank you very much to those of you who have given your support.
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)
Who We Are
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.
Service Times Upcoming Events
Sunday Please click on our Events page
Bible Study 10:15am
Sunday School 10:15am