Tyler Baars and Vicar Liz will be hosting a youth night at Zion on Sunday, March 31 from 4-8 PM. We hope this can be a time for the Youth to either work on homework, play games, or ask questions about the world and their faith if they feel so called. We will be providing… [Read More]
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Did you know that Zion has columbarium? In 1999, Zion Lutheran built and installed two columbaria which hold twenty niches for funeral artifacts. These niches are available to Zion Lutheran members, family members, and pastors of Zion Lutheran Church. The Columbaria are located at the east wall in the chancel area of sanctuary along each… [Read More]
New member classes will begin soon. If you or someone you know are interested in becoming a disciple of Christ at Zion Lutheran Church, please speak with Pastor Steve.
No matter your age or ability, everyone has a need for personal protection and awareness of one’s surrounding environment. Please join Zion on Saturday, March 30 from 9 to noon for a Self-Defense Class. Some of the topics included will be awareness of environment, personal spacing, preventative measures, taking action, topics of class requests (topic… [Read More]
Come and join in the fun for the Veggie Tales Pajama Party (3yo-3rd grade and parent) or a Kids Craft and Game Night (4th-8th grades) on Friday, March 29 at 6:30 PM (meet downstairs). The movie is “A Very Veggie Easter” which tells of God’s great love for us and how we can better serve others…. [Read More]
ASH WEDNESDAY There will be a Service with Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion March 6 at 12 PM and 5:30 PM. “Lent is often experienced as a season of reflection, looking inward, soul-searching. It’s a season for looking intently toward Jesus, the author of our faith, and longing to know him better. It’s a season of community,… [Read More]
It’s already that time of year to set your clocks ahead one hour. Daylight saving time begins on Sunday, March 10. Don’t forget to do this Saturday night before going to bed or we may miss you at service on Sunday.
Hot Cross Buns were traditionally served during the Lenten season, especially on Good Friday. Their origins, however, like the Easter holiday, are mixed with pagan traditions. To the ancient Aztecs and Incas, buns were considered the scared food of the gods, while the Egyptians and Saxons offered them as sacrifices to their goddesses. The cross represented… [Read More]
March 6th, 2019