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We are worshipping in our sanctuary on Sundays.  If you have questions about what precautions we are taking to combat the spread of the Coronavirus and what steps we are following too keep everyone safe on Sunday mornings, please click on the annoucements tab on the home page.  For information on digital Worship opportunities please click on the Announcements tab or the Sermon Tab of the home page for copies of the sermon.  If you would like to join us in Bible Study, please click on the Announcements tab or  the Bible Studies tab for copies of the Bible studies.

 Thank you for visiting our website! 

Zion Lutheran Church is a distinctly Christian Congregation as well as a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS).  What makes us a “distinctly Christian Congregation?”  We are glad you asked!

The ministry at Zion is centered on God’s Word as our guide to everything we do.  We believe that the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God.  Therefore one of the primary focuses of the ministry at Zion is Bible Study and Biblical (some call it exegetical) teaching in the sermons.  We believe that God builds our faith, protects our faith and prepares us for sharing our faith through the power of the Holy Spirit and knowing God's Word through Bible Study.  

But, Zion is more than that.  It is a foundational church that seeks to bring glory to God by equipping every member, young and old, for a life of service to Him.  That is why we are a “family integrated” congregation.  We want to partner with the parents in our congregation in helping their children to grow in their faith.  One of the best ways for children to grow and learn is to watch their parent’s model prayer, worship and Bible Study.  As a result, our worship, prayer and Bible Study times are designed for the whole the family to participate in together.  

Finally, Zion is outreach oriented.  We have been given the command to, “go and make disciples of all nations” by our Savior.  We aren’t doing this by turning our worship services into entertainment or watering down the message of the Bible.  Rather, we try to incorporate the Bible into everything that we do as we reach out into the community through special events like our Christmas drive-thru, topical seminaries, child care center and ministry to those in need.

We hope that you will join us as we grow together in His service.

 

Know what you believe and why you believe it!

 

 

 



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Zion Lutheran Church has an iTunes podcast.


As long as you have iTunes installed on your computer, click the picture to the left, and it will take you to the Zion podcast. Then by clicking the "subscribe" button, it will automatically download the latest sermons into iTunes and you can sync them to your iPod.

 

 
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Sunday Morning Online Bible Study
8:45 AM to 9:45 AM
Join us each week at 8:45 a.m. for and interactive Bible Study. You can do this by joining us in the Fireside room or by using your computer, smartphone or tablet using the "Zoom" app using the link under the announcement or Bible Study tabs
Our present Bible Study is on the Prophet Isaiah
This week's lesson is Isaiah # 7 - copies of the Bible Study are available under the Bible Study tab of this website.
Worship Services - onsite and digital
10:00 AM
10:00 a.m. Worship services in our sanctuary have resumed. The first Sunday of each month is Communion Sunday. Click on the sermons or announcements tab to join the online service, view previous sermons, listen to previous sermons or download the PDF of previous sermons. This Week's sermon is titled "He Learned Well"
SDG Bible Study - Romans Lesson #17
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Join us for and in-depth study of the Book of Romans. This letter from St. Paul to the Church of Rome is often called "Luther's Book" because it opened his eyes to see that our salvation is a gift from God and not the result of our work. It is what led to the Reformation and the birth of the Protestant Church. Join us in person or online via Zoom using the link under the announcement or Bible Study tabs.
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