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Farewell & Godspeed

On Sunday, January 27, 2019, Pastor Stephen Blenkush marked his final Sunday here at Zion before he begins his new call at Our Savior’s Lutheran in Pequot Lakes in February.  The congregation and the community gathered on Sunday afternoon for a time of fellowship and refreshments to say goodbye to Pastor Stephen Blenkush and family, who served Zion Lutheran Church faithfully for thirteen years. The congregation presented Pastor Blenkush with the 125th Anniversary photo of the congregation, a beautiful quilt made by Sandy Warmanen and Jeannie Manthie with the words “Blessings from Zion” sewn on it, and his church laptop computer. We thank Pastor Blenkush for his service not only to Zion but to the Milaca Community.

It is important for us to understand that as of Feb. 3, 2019, Pastor Stephen Blenkush is no longer our pastor, but he will pray for our continued and future mission and ministry and for a fruitful partnership with our future pastor. We ask that you respect the boundaries of his new call and do not ask him to perform weddings, funerals or baptisms, visit the sick and the homebound, continue in any counseling relationship, support or give advice to anyone involved in a congregational disagreement. He may, at his discretion, return to Milaca to attend events as a private citizen. Thank you for your understanding.

Call Process Update

The profile is in and approved by Council. Many thanks to all the profile committee members they are Mary Anderson, Jean Boggs, Barb Burk, Duane Dahlstrom, Judy Mycue, Jon Olson, and Ron Weyer. They spent over 200 hours putting together the profile. Please thank these people when you see them.

The call committee has been formed. According to the Constitution, the Council chooses members and they are supposed to represent Zion in terms of different ages, genders, and beliefs. The members of your call committee are Theresa Borgman, Erin Hjort, Brad Maitland, Jeremy Mikla, Nicole Nelson, Don Sutton, and Sandy Warmanen.

What happens next? Well, the call committee has to meet to elect a chair. Once they do that, the committee meets with Brenda Tibbetts of NE MN Synod for training. Once they are trained, they will wait for names of possible candidates. It may be a short wait, or it may be longer. Pastors have to agree to be willing to serve in our synod at our salary package. If they are, synod will forward their names.

“Why not get a first-call pastor?” you might say, “it’s cheaper.” Unfortunately, first call pastors are in short supply. Our Synod gets one or two per year. There are many, many other churches in the Synod who want a first call pastor; most are far worse off financially than Zion. After the stewardship campaign this year, Zion has the money for more than a first call pastor. The profile committee and Council decided a second or third call pastor would better meet Zion’s needs and there are many more of them. Cheaper isn’t always better, either. A first call pastor often has little in the way of preaching skills, administrative skills, and youth skills. If an extraordinary first call candidate comes along, her or his name might be forwarded to the call committee, but don’t count on getting a first call pastor.

What happens if no pastor wants to serve at Zion? Then Pastor Glen would stay for a while and after him a bridge pastor would come until you get a called pastor. I can’t say how many pastors are available to serve Zion, and it changes from time to time. It is in God’s hands, and with God, there are often surprises along the way. God will take care of Zion as God has for more than a century.

New Member Orientation: February 23rd

New Member Orientation: February 23rd - Have you been worshiping with us here at Zion and interested in learning more about Zion’s mission and ministries or know of someone who is? Looking to become an active member of this community of faith? Plan to join Pastor Bickford at 10:30 am on Sunday, February 23rd. All are welcome!

  Pizza/Church February 23rd

Are you busy on Sunday mornings or looking for a new way to connect with your faith? Zion will host an evening service March 23rd at 6 pm. Join Pastor Bickford and others in Zion’s fellowship hall for pizza, conversation, and a short service of meditative prayer and encouragement, finished off with fun music. All ages are welcome. We are offering this option as a way to help more people have access to communal worship — with food and fellowship! Bring a friend and join us! If people like it, we will begin offering it once a month.

Snow Blowing Lottery!! Do you feel lucky? Sign up for a week to blow the snow at church, Monday-Sunday. (Due to an injured knee, Dan Niedzielski will not be able to cover the weekends) Maybe it will snow, maybe it won’t. It takes 1-2 hours to plow the sidewalk & parking lot. We have an electric snow blower that starts easily. Sign up on the clip board passed around during the service or call the church office  (320-983-3368). Thanks!

 Offering Envelopes

Your Offering Envelops Are Here! Be sure to stop in the upper Narthex to pick up your packet of Offering Envelopes for 2020.

Confirmation Mentors Needed

 What does a mentor do? A mentor is an adult in the congregation who befriends a confirmation student, who keep his or her student in prayer, who looks out for and includes the youth in the life of the congregation. A Mentor meets with his or her student during the Lenten season for “Table Talks,” occasions for guided faith conversations. Mentors have been known to send cards at certain points of the year (i.e. Birthdays, Christmas, Easter or whenever the Spirit moves them!) A Mentor normally agrees to be a mentor during the time the student is involved in Confirmation. Like any relationship, the student and mentor will get as much out of it as they put into it.

Newsletter News!

In an effort to save time, resources, and money, the Zion Chronicle will be sent out by email. If we do not have an email address for you, you will receive the newsletter by mail. Please email the church with your email address if you think the church does not have your address or you have a specific one you would like it to be sent to.  Thank you.
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Milaca Wolf Snack Pack Program

 Trinity and Zion youth are continuing their ministry of providing weekend food for children whose lives are food insecure, meaning they may have little to eat particularly on weekends. The youth put together food packs which include breakfast and lunch items, along with a snack. You are invited to participate by donating items. All items must be non-perishable and pre-packaged for individual use. Items include: Instant Oatmeal, Cheez-It Crackers, Juice Boxes, Granola Bars, Fruit Cups. Slim Jims, Spaghetti-O’s, Cereal Bars, Apple Sauce Cups, Fruit Snacks, Pringles Singles, Easy Mac, Pudding Cups, Cheese and Crackers, Pretzels, Animals Crackers, microwave popcorn, etc. Donations and/or monetary donations can be brought here to Zion and will be distributed through the school. Thank You!

Come to the Toddler Dance Party! 2/28

Friday afternoon or early evening, February 28, will be a new fun event for toddlers and their families! If your child or grandchild can stand enough to dance, they will have a blast. If you don’t have a toddler relative, borrow one and come. The party is open for kids (dancing 1-year-olds through Kindergarten). Imagine Vacation Bible School on steroids! There will be different stations for kids to do fun things, and, of course, dancing! Be part of the craze that is sweeping the nation! Any child (in or out of Zion) is welcome to attend with an adult. More information to come.

Mystery BINGO and Chili Night! 3/29

Sunday, March 29th, 5 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran - It's Bingo with a Twist! If you win a game, you get to come up and select one of the Mystery envelopes as your prize. What's inside is the mystery, but the value of the prize will be over $10.00. We will be serving some of Pastor Tim’s delicious Chili as well. And if you have some little one’s we will be offering childcare for those kids. We are just asking for a free will donation to the youth. Cost is $10.00 to eat chili and play nine games of regular bingo and one game of black out (pay at the door). This is a Fundraiser for the Youth Denver Mission Trip that Trinity and Zion will be going on this summer. Please come and support them and have some Family Bingo Fun! This event is for all ages. Hope to see you there!

Keep In Touch!

Keep in Touch!

Call or email the Church Office…320.983.3368...office@zionmilaca.org

 If there is a change in your home address or phone number

 If you have a new baby in the family

 If a member of your family is hospitalized or ill

 If you would like a Pastoral visit or if any Pastoral needs arise

Rev. Glen Bickford
pastor@zionmilaca.org 507.269.9079

The Camp Onomia 70 for 70 Challenge

In celebration of the Camp’s 70th Anniversary, they are challenging their member congregations called The Camp Onomia 70 for 70 Challenge. The Challenge is simple: Collect seventy $10 bills from your congregation in support for Camp Onomia. Funds raised will support camperships, programming, and capital improvement at Camp Onomia. The Council moved to support this special campaign over and about our yearly membership support. $100 donation was began by our Church Council members.                                     
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Free Organ Lessons!


Dale Hunter has offered to give free organ lessons
to stimulate interest in organ playing in the community, If you are interested, please call Dale at 320-982-2876 or call the church office at 320-983-3368 or email office@zionmilaca.org.  

When you shop at Amazon, you can earn money for Zion! Make your purchases thru AmazonSmile and 0.5% of the price of all eligible purchases will go to Zion! All you need to do is chose Zion as your partner and do your regular Amazon shopping with AmazonSmile. Check it out before  you shop at Amazon again.
It’s Always Time for Camp!


Zion is very fortunate to be able to offer our youth camperships to help make it possible to attend a bible camp. This is done through generous donations from our members and different fundraising events. A big portion of the funds comes from the Soup Suppers during Lent. We are also blessed to have funds set up by families of past Zion members specifically for this ministry. The Pete Allen Campership was established in 2012 and is designated to send one 3rd grader to camp, paid in full. This campership will continue until funds are depleted. We thank the employees of First National Bank who have donated money from their “dress down” days to help replenish this fund.  The second fund was established in memory of Carol Johnson, by husband Wes, who wanted to continue her passion of being able to help send kids to camp. When Wes passed away, the family donated his memorials to this fund. Through the generosity of these families and all of you we are able to give camperships to all Zion youth who request one.
     Zion will contribute $50 towards the “Beginners” camp and half of all other camps up to $250 per person. Just complete and return the Campership Request Form (salmon sheet enclosed in newsletter). Please register by March 15th to get the early bird discount. Your campership can act as your deposit to ensure the discounted price with the remainder to be paid by June 1.

Zion Handbells: Ring Out!

New ringers are always welcome in Zion’s Handbell choir. Practices are Wednesdays at 6 p.m. If you are interested or have questions, please call Karen Edmison (983-3368 or 763-389-3397).  Our first practice will be September 4th at 6 p.m.

Hooks and Needles and Quilts - oh my!

Come and join us in the Zion Library at 2 p.m. the first Tuesday of the month. We've been making prayer shawls, baby caps, chemo caps, afghan squares, afghans, lap robes, and hand warmers. Come and stay for an hour or until the last person goes home. We have lots of yarn, but we need you to come and do a fun project which will help another person - and enjoy the fellowship of fellow yarn users!

and another way to use needles -

Wanted:  Quilters - Join the Dorcas Quilters on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 9 a.m.  Cut squares, tie knots - there are many was to help even if you are not a quilter! Bring a lunch.

In the past year, the quilters made about 74 quilts and these gifts of love and compassion were blessed and then sent out into the world, both locally and globally.

The tastiest 125th Anniversary fund raiser is still available!  "Milaca's Best" cookbook contains all the best recipes from present and past  Milaca residents. If you are looking for well tested recipes or comfort food recipes or just plain good food recipes, you need this cook book. And they make great gifts for just about anyone who eats. The cookbooks are only $17 each or 2 for $35. Look for them on the table at the Fair Trade Market or in the church office.                             
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Support Camp Onomia

As a Camp Onomia congregational member, Zion’s annual dues is $1,000. If you would be willing to sponsor the Camp for $20 to help meet our commitment, please fill in the info below and place it in the offering plate. Make checks payable to Zion and put Camp Onomia on the memo line. Envelopes are available on the kiosk for cash donations or go on line to www.camponomia.org to learn more about camp and how you can help make a difference.  

Bible & Brew at the Lake
March 20-21

Faith Conversations with Bishop Tom – Friday, March 20th, 5 p.m. thru Saturday 1 p.m. – 1 night lodging, 3 meals with program and Bible study led by Bishop Tom Aitken and Pastor Dean Oelfke – “Whoever drinks beer, he is quick to sleep; whoever sleeps long does not sin; whoever does not sin enters Heaven! Thus, let us drink beer!” Martin Luther – Join us for a fun and educational overnight focused on Faith conversations! Fee: $75. Add on brewing option: Interested in learning the process of home brewing? We will offer a class led by home brewers like yourself from 1-5 pm on Friday for an added on fee of $25 for materials. Registration deadline March 16th. Register online  or email at onomiaprogram@gmail.com. Private rooms, please bring your own bedding and toiletries.

Winter Camping

- Your friends at Camp Onomia would like to invite you to attend one of our awesome events scheduled for this winter. We are celebrating 70 years of Lutheran Outdoor Ministries on the shores of Shakopee Lake, and our list of awesome resources for you just keeps on growing! Check out our web pages in the coming days for details and downloadable flyers!

December 7-8 – PLUNGE (High School retreat)
January 24-26 – ELEMENTARY CHILL (grades 3-6 retreat)
February 21-23 – MIDDLE SCHOOL BLAST! – (grades 6-9)
March 20-21 – BIBLE & BREW (study with the Bishop)
April 20-21 – CHURCH OFFICE WORKERS (retreat)

   Zion's Missionary

We have chosen to support The Rev. Linda Johnson Seyenkulo in Liberia as your new missionary. Linda grew up in Aikin, Minnesota.  (more info) In 2020, we will need 100 sponsors to give a gift of $20 to reach our goal of $2,000. If you'd like to be a sponsor, please sign the sheet in the Narthex or fill out the slip you'll find in the Sunday bulletin.

Linda joined us on July 8, 2018 for worship. She is an ordained ELCA pastor serving in Liberia, West Africa.  She is curriculum developer and teacher at the Louis T. Bowers Lay Leaders and Ministers Training Center in Totota, Liberia.  In addition, she is called as Associate Pastor at St. Andrew's Lutheran Church in Monrovia, Liberia. Her special areas are teaching New Testament, Bible Study Leader training, Theology and Preaching.  Pastor Linda is married to Rev. D. Jensen Seyenkulo who is the Bishop of the Lutheran Church in Liberia. They have three children, Apu, Kenata, and Yongor who all reside in the U.S.  As a point of interest, Linda grew up in Aitkin, Minnesota and remembers high school athletic events between Milaca and Aitkin!

     Thrivent Action Teams


 If you’re a Thrivent Financial member, you can lead a Thrivent Action Team to bring people together for a one-time project to help others by coordinating an educational event, conducting a service activity, or organizing a fund raiser. Thrivent provides: Resources to help you plan the event, promotional items, and a Community Impact Card with $250 of seed money.
Learn more and apply online.          
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            March 12th at 10 a.m.

On the second Thursday of every month, Pastor Bauer from Trinity visits and provides a Service of Holy Communion for the residents and guests of the Elim Home and Country Meadows. If you would like to come and assist with the residents or simply come and participate, please do. The service begins at 2:30 p.m.
      Our Family Bar codes

Eunice Circle is collecting Teal's Market's Our Family bar codes to help the work of our church. We will receive five cents for every Our Family bar code when we send in batches of 500. This is an easy way we can make a difference. Bar codes can be put in the containers in the Narthex or the kitchen. Thanks!
          Solar Power now at
             Phebe Hospital !
    Now: "Current for Curran!"

While we often have a lot of questions when we or a loved one has to be in the hospital for tests or surgery, the one questions we rarely have to ask is, "Will the power go out?" We take our electricity for granted. But halfway around the world, power outages at Phebe Hospital occur daily - even during critical surgeries.  But now, Phebe Hospital has a reliable energy source - solar power  is in action as you read this.

 Phebe now has solar power and the plan is to do the same for Curran Hospital.  The project is called "Current for Curran!" Check back for details on that project. Both projects share the Facebook page called Skip the Grid.    

Please continue to pray for the people in Liberia who will benefit from these live-saving endeavors. Pray for the people dedicated to telling the story of how the light of the world saves lives in many ways.

See a few photos from Zion's Solar Sunday here.  Read a thank you note from Mary Jo Metzler here.

           Fair Trade Center
       1st Sunday of the month

The next Fair Trade Center will be on Sunday, March 1st.

Stop by the Fair Trades Center – On the first Sunday of the month, Women of the ELCA sell Fair Trade high quality coffee (whole bean or ground), tea and chocolate bars to support the alternative Fair Trade system that empowers farmers, strengthens communities and benefits the environment. 

We are located in the Narthex as you go into the Fellowship Hall for your refreshments. 

Fundraising with RADA Cutlery

RADA Cutlery can be purchased online with their Internet Fundraising program. Use the RADA Fund Raising page. RADA cutlery, plus other products (quick mixes, recipe books, etc.) Purchase using a credit/debit card or Paypal. Items are sent directly from RADA to you. Zion will receive 40% profit from each order. A great way to order gifts! Please make sure it shows: Your purchases will support the fundraiser for Zion Lutheran Church (Milaca, MN) across the top of the website; if it doesn’t, click on the Select your fundraising group tab and search for Zion Lutheran Church, Milaca MN. Feel free to share our link with family and friends.

      The 125th Anniversary
  Archive Cabinet

The cabinet is in place and has been dedicated! (see photos and news)

The cabinet is in the southwestern corner of the Fellowship Hall for all to enjoy. In the center is the baptismal fount that has been in the library. It will be lighted and contain 3/8 inch glass shelves with hidden door openers.

All the things that were hidden in the library are now in this cabinet.  We have two beautiful scrapbooks made by Eileen McBroom and Martha Norrgard.  We have pictures of the original church and old church directories and anniversary programs and lot lots more.
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          Save Your Teal’s
         Grocery Receipts

Don’t throw away those grocery receipts from Teal’s Market! Bring them to church and look for the marked basket in the kitchen. Jenny Niedzielski will turn them in every so often and Zion’s Youth Fund will receive a 1% rebate on qualifying purchases.

        Zion's Meal Ministry

Every once in a while someone from the congregation gets ill or has a death in the family. And when that happens, imagine the level of appreciation felt when someone from church shows up at the door with a ready to eat meal. Here at Zion, we have had individuals who have prepared meals for people who are going through tough and challenging times. This gesture of kindness was not only appreciated by the recipient. But it was also gratifying for those who prepared the meals. Zion's Meal Ministry is an effort to make this a formal ministry here at Zion and to create an efficient and organized way to provide this ministry to others. Does this sound like something YOU might be interested in getting involved with? If so, contact either Mary Rice or the Church Office (983-3368) and you will be contacted when the first organizational meeting is set.

Thank You...

to Randy Hemstad and everyone else who helped with the Men's Meatball Supper and the WELCA Bazaar.

to Jon Olson, Christine Nelson, Nicole Nelson, the Mikla Family, the Bengson Family, and Mary Rice & grandkids for ringing bells for the Salvation Army on December 14 at Teal’s Market.

to Leah Hjort for coordinating this year’s Sunday School Christmas program.

to everyone who participated in this year’s Santa Lucia Luncheon. An additional word of THANKS to Sandy Warmanen for her leadership role this year.

to everyone who responded to our Stewardship Campaign. With all these gifts, we now have money to stretch and grow as a church in 2020 and beyond.

to everyone who supported the Holiday Helping Hands program. This year, 226 children were the recipients of your generosity.

Invest in Zion's Youth and help sponsor a Campership. Help provide the opportunity for more kids to go to camp.  A Campership will pay half  cost of camp - up to $200 for week-long camp and $100 for weekend or half-week camp. To receive a campership, fill out the Campership Request form. If you can help provide camperships, please do invest in our youth!
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       Help us keep in touch!

If you have changed from a landline to a cell phone or if you do most of your calling and receiving of messages on your cellphone, please share those numbers with the Church Office. Thanks!

Senior Game Afternoon
March  2nd

Are you ready for some fun and games? There's a senior game afternoon is for Zion adult friends and family. The first Monday of every month at noon we will meet in Zion’s fellowship hall. Bring a dish to share or if you don’t cook, a bag of chips or jar of pickles will work just fine. Dominoes, card games, board games, puzzles, and cribbage can be played. Your ideas are all welcome!
Senior Dining Center

Zion's Day at the Dining Site at the Hi-Rise is Wednesday, March 11th,  and the serving begins approximately at 11:30. 
Come for the good food and the great fellowship.

Due to some changes at the Senior Dining Site everyone that plans on attending must sign up. We will have a sign-up sheet on the clip board Sunday morning or you can call the church office. You can no longer just walk in the day of the meal. Also you must have the exact amount because they will not be giving change.

Remember – you can come here to eat any weekday for $4.00 for people over 60. Come and pick up a menu and visit us often.

PS - No one over 60 will be denied a meal because they can't pay.

Tai Chi at Zion

Each week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday a group meets to do Tai Chi in the “Peter” Sunday School room (NE room) at 9 a.m. Although tai chi is slow and gentle and doesn't leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness — muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and, to a lesser degree, aerobic conditioning. Come join the group!

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                                                    Online Reflections

Interested in keeping up with all the great opportunities and ministries going on within our Northeastern Minnesota Synod? Go to www.nemnsynod.org and click the Online Reflections tab and click to sign up to receive weekly updates. Now you too can stay on top of what’s going on in our synod and church!

These listings are for informational purposes only
and do not necessarily imply that this congregation endorses the activities and/or policies of the sponsoring organizations)

These listings are for informational purposes only
and do not necessarily imply that this congregation endorses the activities and/or policies of the sponsoring organizations)

Parenting Safe Children– February 29th from 9 a.m. -3 p.m. in the Shed at Milaca E-Free Church. 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys are sexually abused before their 18th birthday. 90% of sexual assault is committed by people in a position of trust-known to you and your children. In this workshop, you will learn: What makes children and their families vulnerable to sexual assault and what you can do about it. Cost is $15 per person / $25 per couple. Register by February 25th .Coffee at 8:45 a.m., lunch will be provided. Contact Joy DeBoer with question at 320-360-4390 or by email.

The Milaca Friends of the Library invites you to our annual meeting at 6 pm on Tuesday, February 18, at the Milaca Community Library (we promise a brief meeting with treats and coffee). At 6:30 pm, following the meeting, please join us for a presentation by physician, cancer survivor, and local author Dr. Heather Thompson Baum as she discusses her experience with breast cancer. She is the author of two books released in 2019, “Mirth is God’s Medicine: Coping with Cancer as a Physician” and “With Mirth and Laughter: Finding Joy in Medicine After Cancer.”

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - Join Us at the Movies for Our Community AAppreciation Event! – Saturday, February 22, at 10 am at the Milaca Theatre – All age event. Free admission. Open to everyone. Free popcorn. Other concessions available. Sponsored by: Gary Scott Agency, Inc., American Family Insurance.

Exercise Classes for Seniors at Milaca Free Church every weekday! 9:00 am – Senior Cardio & Strength (45 minutes on Tues./ Thurs. or 60 minutes on Mon./ Wed./Fri.) 10:15 am – Senior Stretch (30 minutes). Call Tracy Larsen at 320-761-0428 for more info. Free for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medica, Ucare, Humana, and Health Partners members.

Country Meadows of Milaca assisted living has apartments available! Country Meadow’s beautiful assisted living facility offers tasteful, modern apartments furnished with all the comforts of home. Packaged service plans designed to meet a variety of needs and lifestyle choices are available to all our residents, ensuring an environment that enhances each individual’s quality of life. Most importantly, residents are able to maintain their independence while enjoying the company of others through shared meals, chapel services, special activities, and social gatherings. Serving all by following One.   Call Kathy Ann Langlie, Director 320.983.2962.  Or visit their web site 

Do you have a child, teen and/or adult with special needs in your home? Pease church had a program for many years that provided biblical instruction and enriching activities for these individuals. With time the program faded but we’re exploring the possibility of resurrecting it. Do you or someone you know have skill sets to provide leadership for such a program? Please let the church office know if you have an interest in helping Pease Church renew such a program.

               College Addresses

    We want to keep in touch with our college students. If you or someone you know is attending college, please contact the church office with the address information. We want to keep in touch with our young adults!

             Got Facebook?    

    If you are a Facebook user, type in “Zion Lutheran Church, Milaca, MN” and stay up-to-date on events and activities here at Zion!

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              for Worship

Consider providing flowers for the Altar at sometime during 2017. There is a sign up sheet on the bulletin board in the entryway.



Zion's Evangelism Team has a ministry called HomeTouch. A weekly mailing is sent to Zion's members who are homebound or restricted in their ability to get around, The mailing includes a devotional reading and an activity page. If you know of anyone in the congregation who is not already getting the mailing and should, please alert the church office or Jan Brown.

Worship Schedule

There is one Sunday service at 9 a.m. followed by the Fellowship Hour and Sunday School at 10:15 a.m..
More about worship. and what to expect on Sunday morning

Coffee and Fellowship on
Sunday Mornings

Each Sunday, we have a fellowship hour after worship. If you can serve coffee and bring a treat , please sign up to serve some Sunday.

WELCA and Circles

Come to WELCA's bi-monthly meetings, and be part of a Circle - morning for Eunice Circle or Esther Circle in the afternoon, September thru May. You can enjoy serving and learning and fellowship all at one time! See the calendar for meeting times.
More info about WELCA.

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1 Thessalonian 5:11