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This summer our Family Faith Focus is The 23rd Psalm. Join us for Sheep Lessons with Pastor Bob and Woolly Lamb, Sundays, now through July 29 at the 9 & 11 a.m. worship services! Collect a sheep sticker each week!
It’s time to tap your feet and clap your hands! Join us for Bluegrass Worship! Don’t “fly away”, come “see the light” of the “sweet by and by”! And “when the roll” is called on July 22 at 9 & 11 a.m. worship, you’ll be there!
Join us for worship with prayers for healing included in our regular worship services on July 28 and 29. Come for prayers and anointing on Saturday at 5 p.m. or Sunday at 8, 9 or 11 a.m.
As we conclude another year of Zion Pre-K, we pause to celebrate years of service for Zion Pre-K staff members Susie Leonard, Candy Ree, Carolyn Beck, Dawn Kyle, Hope Luedtke and Betty Belschner.
All men (youth and adults) are invited to sing in a Summer Choir on Sunday, August 19 at the 9 a.m. worship service.
Please consider being a driver for Meals on Wheels the week of July 16-20. To sign-up contact Suzanne Gaboury Volunteer / Membership Coordinator at email@example.com.
Zion hosts Family Promise September 24-30, 2018. This county-wide program provides transitional housing for families needing and willing to work on obtaining employment and housing.
The Gathering provides family caregivers the opportunity to receive several hours of respite while volunteers provide friendship and support to their loved ones with memory loss.
With no snowflakes in the air or on the ground, the Women of Zion proceeded with their Spring Luncheon on May 12. The lunch was prepared by Chef Traci Donahoe and served by the capable hands of Rolland Voelker and Fred Montei.
This year the proceeds from this annual event will provide dollars toward a Seminary Intern at Zion and will support our children and youth who will be attending Camp Wapo Bible Camp and participating in the ELCA National Youth Gathering in Houston, Texas.
“Are you man enough?” That’s one of the taglines for “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”, an “international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault, and gender violence.”
A big THANK YOU to construction volunteers, food volunteers and Tony Beckstrom our Site Supervisor and his two Americorps volunteers for making our volunteer week a great success!