Our river adventure will be on Monday, June 4th – Friday, June 8th 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Hot Dog Supper – Friday, June 8th – 6:00 p.m.
Closing Program – 7:00 p.m.
For more information call:
Patricia Parrish @ (912) 713-5706
Sheila Moon @ (912) 678-5417
Holy Week Activities
Palm Sunday: March 25th – 11:00 a.m. Worship
Maundy Thursday: March 29th – 7:00 p.m. – Holy Communion
Good Friday: March 30th – 8:00 p.m.- Solemn Service of
Easter Egg Hunt: March 31st – 2:00 p.m. on Zion’s Lawn
Easter: April 1st.
Sunrise Service – 7:00 a.m. Bonfire in Zion Park
Sunrise Breakfast – Following the service – Served by our Youth
Sunday School – 9:45 a.m. – For all ages
Festival Worship – 11:00 a.m. – Alleluia!
Annual World Day of Prayer March 2nd at 7:00 p.m. Every year, on the first Friday in March, Christians all over the world gather in houses of worship to offer their prayers for world wide justice and peace. Each year, the World Day of Prayer is planned by a different country, which chooses the theme for the day. On March 2nd at 7:00 p.m., Marlow Methodist will be hosting the service. Powers Baptist, Meldrim Methodist, and Zion Lutheran will join with them to lift up our voices and prayers with others around the globe, praying for our world. Make plans to attend this inspiring multi-faith prayer opportunity! For more information, contact Emma Lee Dasher at 728-3222.
Ash Wednesday Service Lent 2018 begins on Wednesday, February 14th with our traditional Ash Wednesday Service. Our chancel will once again return to purple paraments and wooden cross as we enter the 40 day Lenten season. Our service will be at 7:30 p.m. on the 14th with communion and the imposition of ashes.
It’s time to celebrate and be thankful for our many blessings before we enter the more solemn season of Lent, when we reflect on all that our God has done for us. Please make plans to join us for our Mardi Gras Pancake Supper on Sunday, February 11th at 5:30 pm. Come! Indulge! Enjoy some warm, fluffy pancakes with your choice of sweet toppings, and the good company of your church family! Our LYO is hosting this fund raiser event. Please bring a donation. All money collected will help the Youth Group with their expenses to attend All GA, AFFIRM, and the National Youth Gathering.
Youth Souper Bowl/Scout Sunday, February 4th, 2018! Sunday, February 4th, is our Youth Souper Bowl of Caring and Scout Sunday. Each year, the Zion Lutheran Youth Organization (LYO) and thousands of youth across the nation collect donations for local charities on a day in which most in our country spend money on the Super Bowl football game. Our Zion Youth will collect an offering in soup kettles following the worship to fight hunger locally through Manna House. Checks should be made out to “Zion” for Souper Bowl of Caring. They are also collecting canned foods to donate as well. Please help spread the word, and bring a few extra dollars for the soup pot!
In celebration of our youth, it is our tradition to welcome our Boy and Cub Scouts to our worship on Youth Souper Bowl Sunday, to hear an update of their activities by their Scout Leaders and to lift the Scouts up in prayer. This is always an uplifting service! We look forward each year to the opportunity to pray with the Scouts, whose ministry we support throughout the year.
That evening at 6:00 p.m., the LYO will also be hosting their annual Super Bowl Party! It is a fun event where youth are provided with food and activities all the while watching the biggest football game of the year, the Super Bowl. All youth, grades 6th through 12th, are invited to attend a night of food, fun and football!
It is said that Martin Luther was responsible for introducing the use of Christmas trees in the home, in Germany. We don’t know if this is factual however, according to the legend, on his way home one evening, Martin Luther was so overcome by the beauty of a fir tree and stars in the sky, he wanted to tell his family about it. However, upon returning home, words failed him, so he went out and chopped one down and brought it home to share with his family. To mimic the stars that hung over the manger where Christ was born, Martin Luther decorated the tree with candle tapers. This was thought to be the first traditional Christmas tree in Germany. Regardless of the origin, the Christmas tree today, is used in celebration of the commemoration of Christ’s birth.
The first Sunday in Advent, December 3rd, at 5:30 p.m., there will be a joint Advent Service at Jerusalem with other Lutheran churches. Zion’s choir will be joining with the other choirs to sing an Advent Cantata. At 3 p.m. fun activities are scheduled. A meal will be available at 4:30 p.m. The Soup and Baked Goods Meal will be $5.00. Please make plans to attend and enjoy interacting with our fellow Lutherans.
All Saints Sunday, November 5, 2017
All Saints Sunday is the day we honor the memory of our loved ones who have lived and died in the faith. This is an opportunity for us at Zion to remember and give thanks to God for the lives and service of our members who have gone to live with the Lord in the past year. This year, we remember:
Malah Pack, Vi Buckner, George Shepard.
During worship, we will light a candle and ring a bell as their names are called. We will also light a candle in memory of others, whose names are in our hearts. All are invited to bring flowers in memory of a loved one who has died to place by the communion rail before worship that day, then place them on the graves of those buried at Zion, or take them home after the service.
Reformation Sunday, October 29, 2017
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, 500 years later, in the footsteps of the great reformers of the Church. The ELCA is known as the Church that is Always Being Made New, and as such, we are always listening to the Spirit, always open to being re-formed. We celebrate that spirit on this day. We hope you will come and join in our joy as we thank God for his Church and celebrate our heritage as Lutherans!