Worship

Zion is a family friendly congregation that is rooted in Lutheran Liturgy.  We welcome all to worship with us and work together to do God’s word.  We Worship every Sunday at 9:30 followed by our Adult and Children’s Sunday School.

Communion at Zion is typically held on the First Sunday of every month and every fifth Sunday of the month.  All baptized Christians are welcome to the table.

 

Worshipping with Children:

We understand that worshipping with children can be a challenge and we try to make the experience as we can.   

A nursery is located in the back of the church across from the kitchen in the fellowship hall.  There is a window so that the caregiver can see into the sanctuary and the service is broadcast into the nursery.

Sunday School is offered for children ages 3-High School and is held at 10:45 following worship.  Adult Sunday School is also offered at the same time.

Since little hands need to keep busy “Busy Bags” are located at the back of the sanctuary on a rack closest to the doors leading to the fellowship hall.  Please free to use a bag during the service and then return the bag at the end of worship

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    Followed by Sunday School for all ages  at 10:30 a.m.

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