All Saints Sunday

by admin on October 30, 2014

All Saints Sunday is a celebration of the life of our members who have lived and died in the faith during the past year. This year, All Saints Sunday will be observed on Sunday, November 2, 2014. During the 11:00 worship service, we will light a candle, ring a bell and have a moment of prayerful silence in memory of those who have died since last All Saints Sunday. This year, we remember Paul Sedelmeyer, Kim Peth, Shirley Spayd, Kathleen Conaway, and Stephanie Casto. Everyone is invited to bring flowers in memory of a loved one and place them at the communion rail before worship. You may then take them home or place them on the graves of your loved ones at the conclusion of the service, which takes place at the Zion Cemetery.


2014 Trunk or Treat

by admin on October 27, 2014

trunktreat2014Friday, October 31, 5:00 – 9:00 PM

Join us Halloween Night for lots of fun and treats! We’ll have trunks full of treats, a Costume Contest and an award for the Best Trunk. Trunks will also be stations for fun activities. The Costume judging begins at 7:30 p.m. Awards will be given for the Best Adult, Best Child and Best Group costumes.

5:00 p.m. Trunk Setup (come earlier if you need to)
6:00 p.m. Trick-or-Treaters begin to arrive
7:15p.m. Sign-up for costume judging
7:30 p.m. Costume Contest
8:00 p.m. Trunk Judging

Hope to see you there! (but then, we won’t know it is you, will we?)
Happy Trunk and Costume Creating!



October 18, 2014

The Sweetgrass Angels, Elaine O’Connell Lake, Velma Polk, and Penney Lynn Smith, will bless us with their wonderful singing voices during our 11:00 worship service on October 19th.  The Sweetgrass Angels are a professional singing group that performs a wide variety of music, from the 40’s to the present, disco, beach, shag, country and gospel.  Don’t […]

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Children’s Choir

October 5, 2014

The Children’s Choir is sounding great! They are working very hard, learning songs to share during worship each Sunday morning. Thanks to Victoria Davis for helping with snack time, and Rebecca Foote for helping the children robe up on Sundays. All children in Kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to join us. There are lots […]

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“God’s Work. Our Hands” Sunday Report

October 4, 2014

What a fantastic day it was!  After church, on September 7th, thirty two people (20 adults, 12 youth) participated in the annual ELCA work day called “God’s Work.  Our Hands.”  For Zion’s  project,  32 volunteers ate lunch together, then drove to Wilma Helmey’s yard to “lend a hand.”  After three hours of work, trees “lost” […]

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I’d Stake My Life On It

September 30, 2014

My head is full of images these days; images that I can’t seem to shake, try as I might. Images of beheadings, of children torn from their families, of whole villages being wiped out because of their refusal to deny their faith in Christ Jesus. So, when the Voice of the Martyrs newsletter arrived in […]

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Reformation Sunday, October 26, 2014

September 25, 2014

WEAR RED !!! Reformation Day is a high festival of the Lutheran Church year, so the color of the day is RED! This is always a meaningful worship service for us who continue in the footsteps of the great reformers of the Church. The ELCA is known as the Church that is Always Being Made […]

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Haunted Trail

September 23, 2014

Haunted Trail is on Friday and Saturday, October 24 and 25 this year 2014. We will be having work days every Thursday evening in October. So come out and have a spooky good time.

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Zion had a great turnout for our 142 anniversary celebration!

September 19, 2014

Zion had a great turnout for our 142 anniversary celebration! Post by Zion Lutheran Church ELCA.

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Great day doing God’s work with our hands

September 8, 2014

Thank you to all the volunteers that came out and helped clean up an elderly member’s yard. Here are pics from that day Post by Zion Lutheran Church ELCA.

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