Join us for worship on Thursday, May 29th as we worship Christ following his Ascension. A free-will offering will be collected to support the work and ministry of the Muscatine Center for Social Action (MCSA).
Beginning on Sunday, May 25th. Zion Lutheran will hold one worship service at 9:00. We will be on summer worship scheduled through the first weekend in September. Please join us at 9:00A.M. for worship!
On Sunday, May 25th. Zion Lutheran Church will recognize graduating High School seniors at our worship service. There will be hospitality to honor these young people.
May Contact 2014
Use the attached Registration Form for Vacation Bible School. Our theme this year is “Weird Animals: Where Jesus Love Is One of a Kind.” The dates will be June 9th. -13th. from (9:15 to Noon with daytrips on some afternoons). Location is at Zion Lutheran Church. Volunteer support is also needed for this ministry. Please… [Read More]
The following is a schedule for Holy Week worship services at Zion Lutheran Church: Maundy Thursday: April 17th -2:00P.M. (followed by tea/coffee) & 5:30P.M. Good Friday: April 18th. – Ecumenical worship service at Trinity Episcopal Church at noon. Service of Darkness @ 7:30P.M. Easter Sunday: April 20th 8:00A.M. (followed by breakfast) and 10:30A.M.
Please remember to order your Easter flowers when you come for worship. Easter Lilies are $10; Mums $15; Asiatic Lilies $15. Envelopes are available in the Narthex. The last day to order flowers will be April 9th at 3P.M. Contact Heather in the office with question or further details.
April Contact 2014
A Service of Holy Communion celebrating the ordination of Susan Bantz to the ministry of Word and Sacrament will take place on Saturday, March 22nd at 2:00P.M. Presiding at worship is The Rev. Roger Gustafson, bishop of the Central States Synod. Susan has been Called to service the people of God at St. Mark’s Lutheran/Waterville,… [Read More]
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME begins on Sunday, March 9 so remember to set your clocks ahead one hour before bedtime. Don’t forget!