Welcome to Zion Lutheran Church
We hope you will join us at our next gathering of Worship or Fellowship. We at Zion are a body of believers confessing the Triune God according to the Truths set forth in the Holy Bible.
One of the primary goals of Zion is to share the love of Christ with our community.
Here are a few ways we’d like to invite you to join us:
Sunday Morning Bible Classes
We are currently offering three different choices during the 9:15-10:15 Bible Study hour at Zion. Come a few minutes early for the coffee, juice, and snacks, then try out one of the following:
- Family Bible Class – An inter-generational class especially designed for children and their parents, led by Dir. of Family and Youth Ministry, Mr. Brian Horning. They are doing a chronological study through the Old Testament. If you’re wondering what that would look like, think; “Classic Sunday School Topics” but with LOTS of adult helpers, and opportunity for deep questions to be discussed while we all work on crafts and coloring together.
- Youth Bible Class – All high school youth (Grades 8-12) are encouraged to come together in the Youth Room for a topical Bible Study and discussion, led by a couple of fun ladies, Angie Horning and Katie Krauss.
- 1st & 2nd Peter – A class led by Pastor Peters, taking a look at the Epistles of Peter, written to churches that, in many ways, feel very modern and familiar.
‘What has God Done?’ Video from Sept. 29
A number of the Lay Leaders and Staff of Zion shared their memories, experiences, and dreams for our congregation. This video served as the majority of the Sermon message for this year’s Stewardship Sunday.
If you are interested in learning more about our Pre-School click on the logo below:
Zion Celebrates 140 Years of Blessings!
Feb. 24th was the final Sunday of Zion’s Anniversary Celebration. Our guest preacher was Rev. Ron Moritz, who served as Intentional Interim Minister at Zion from 2012 to 2013. Since the weather that Sunday led to inhospitable driving conditions, we recorded Pastor Moritz’ sermon, and you may listen to it below: