Welcome to Zion
We began worshipping in the church again on Sunday, May 31
Worship Schedule—Services are held on Sundays at 9:30 and 11:00 am. The Sunday services, as well as funeral services, are broadcast live on our YouTube channel and the worship video recordings are available on Monday mornings.
Health—If you have or recently had a fever, cough, or shortness of breath please stay home. If you are of a vulnerable age or condition, we encourage you to stay home. Face masks or coverings are encouraged, especially in our gathering spaces. Once worshipers are seated, masks may be removed.
Capacity—We can accommodate up to 50 people, but that will depend on how the combination of individuals, couples, and families works out. When we reach capacity, those who are not seated will be asked to leave. Worship will still be offered online from now on.
Zion Lutheran is seeking a person to manage the front office. This position requires competent computer skills including experience with social media, a pleasant demeanor for personal and phone interaction, and good organization skills. Applicant need not be a member of Zion Lutheran Church, but must always act as an advocate for the congregation and the ministries of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
This position is 20 hours/week, Mon - Thurs. beginning at $15/hour. Compensation may be negotiable depending on experience.
Resume and references are required with application. A background check will be done upon hiring. Applications will be received through November 2, 2020.
Home Communion Instruction
This video provides guidance for those who are worshiping with our online services because gathering in person is not safe or wise for them in these days of pandemic. Home Communion is intended to take place within the context of worship. After hearing the Word of God, offering our confession and our prayers, we join together in the Great Thanksgiving of Holy Communion with the congregation in the sanctuary.
Founded in 1912, a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we share God’s call to experience meaning, wholeness, and community in Jesus Christ.
We have a number of ways for people to enter into ministry with us including choirs, a Caring Ministry team, weekly education for children and adults, men's and women’s Bible study circles, an active quilting group, and a number of fellowship activities that take place throughout the year such as the Christmas Bazaar, the biennial Lutefisk dinner, Vacation Bible School, "Gods Work, Our Hands" monthly social concern breakfasts, and family nights just to name a few!
We have a strong commitment to our confessional and liturgical heritage, and benevolence support to local, regional, and global ministries of evangelism, justice, and humanitarian relief.
Come join us in Worship and Service to our Lord! You are Welcome!