For Lutherans, worship stands at the center of our life of faith.
Here at Zion Lutheran church, we would typically have a single worship service each Sunday at 9:00am, and it would incorprate Holy Communion every week.
HOWEVER, as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic, our church has been closed for all worship and activities for many weeks. As of June 28, 2020, our Church Council has elected to resume in-person worship.
For the foreseeable future, our worship service will look and feel a little different than what we are used to experiencing. This is for your safety.
For complete information, see all the details in this letter from the Zion Council (July 18, 2020).
Our worship service reflects a traditional Lutheran liturgy taken from the Lutheran Book of Worship and With One Voice hymnals as well as some hymns from Evangelical Lutheran Worship.
In keeping with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America’s (ELCA) Sacramental Principals, all baptized Christians who acknowledge the real presence of Christ in the bread and cup are welcome to take part in communion.
Through God’s word, the waters of baptism, the bread and cup of the Eucharist, we are forgiven of our sins, nurtured in faith, and sent out into the world. Our response to worship is ministry, which brings good into all of creation.
The ELCA mission statement is ‘God’s Work, Our Hands.’ We can always use another pair of hands to worship God and serve his people.
Please join us in worship and serving others!