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Zion Public Announcements
Zion Women of the Word will host a six-week study based on the video series Twelve Women of the Bible beginning Tuesday, June 19, 9:00-10:30 a.m. or 6:30-8:00 p.m.
It’s time to sign up for the Men of Zion’s 12th Annual Retreat and Fishing Trip to Pasha Lake. Experience Christ and your faith while truly enjoying world class fishing. Deadline to sign up is June 3.
We need a flood of volunteers to help us with “Splash in God’s Word,” this summer’s Vacation Bible School! VBS is scheduled for June 11-14, from 9 a.m.-noon.
Interested in joining a group of people with which to hang out, talk about faith topics, and meet other young adults? Come for games and fellowship on May 25 and June 8.
The ELCA National Youth Gathering is doing a fundraiser to collect books for their “Blast Off for Books” campaign. The goal is to collect 100,000 books for the Houston Independent School District.
Summer is almost here! And we have a few opportunities for you and your friends! Bonfires, Movie Nights and Open Gym Nights! Check out the High School Ministries Summer Schedule now!
For a faith-filled resident camp, Zion’s choice is Camp Wapogasset. This summer’s theme is “Together: Created for Community! Hebrews 10:24-25.” Contact Camp Wapo at www.campwapo.org.
The Zion Grief Support Group led by Pastor Sue Wallager will meet Tuesdays May 22 and 29 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. The format will be video and small group discussion. Each session stands alone.
Mark Your Calendars NOW for Summer Fun! Splash in God’s Word VBS, Sports Camp, Green Lake Day Camp and Camp Create It! It’s not too late to join the fun! Register online!
Please consider how/when you may be able to be involved in special music this summer, and send an email to Roselyn, Director of Music and Worship email@example.com.
A pilgrimage to the Holy Land for adults of all ages will be led by Pastor Brent in early April 2019. During the 10-day trip we will see where Jesus was born, lived and taught.
Join us August 20-23 as we walk through the book of Job, focusing on those wonderful questions of suffering, divine justice, and creation theology. Brochures available at church.