Youth News
                           
for Zion's "Youtherans"




Summer Meal Program:
Milaca Schools
6/4 thru 8/23
 

All students – All Summer! Free! – All students and community members 18 years of age and younger eat at no cost and adults may purchase meals. Free breakfast and lunch meals all summer! Served at the Milaca High School cafeteria. Milaca School District qualified for a program to provide FREE summer meals! Adult meal prices: breakfast - $2.25 and lunch - $4.00. Meal times: breakfast is 7:30 – 9:00 am and lunch is 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Meals begin June 4th. No meals July 2nd-6th. Last day of summer meals is August 23rd.



This Changes Everything!
ELCA Youth Gathering
in 2018

2018 ELCA National Youth Gathering: This Changes Everything! – On June 23rd, Aiden and Grace got on the bus with the other youth and adults from Trinity and began their synod journey to Galveston and Houston for the ELCA National Youth Gathering. Together they served, worshiped, learned, met new people from across our nation and beyond and above all, grew in faith and discipleship. This Changes Everything! Go to Zion’s Facebook page to see pictures and videos of the group’s adventure.n

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Senior High Youth
grades 9-12

Senior High Youth - You are invited to gather with your fellow Youtheran at Trinity Lutheran 

You are invited to gather with your fellow Youtherans at Trinity every Wednesday night  at 7 p.m. for a mixture of Bible study, devotions, conversations, games, and refreshments.  


             
         

         


       July  2016
     Mission Trip
       to Chicago
       

See a few photos           
Mission Trip 2016 - On Thursday, July 7, 16 youth and adults from Zion and Trinity Lutheran  departed for Chicago for their mission trip experience with the folks from YouthWorks. This year’s mission trippers spent their time in the Hispanic neighborhoods of Humbolt Park and Hermosa. In regards to ministry opportunities they served at food shelves, distribution centers, soup kitchens, kids programs and elderly care facilities. This year’s mission trippers were Jalen, Emma, Brenda, Grace, Brooklyn, Ellie, Kelsey, Chloe , Joelle, Bailey, Asa, Carter, Nick, and the adult leaders are: Wendy Hakes-Anderson, Chris Nord and Pastor Stephen Blenkush.  Read more...
                               Faith 5
     Family Time

Faith 5 Family Time is a devotional format developed by Pastor Rich Melheim for families to share, read, talk, pray, and bless each other. Through the Confirmation Ministry, we are encouraging you to adopt this practice. Each week at Confirmation, your child will receive a handout that will provide guidance for four days a week. It can be shared at a variety of times – dinner, end of the day before heading to bed, in the car, or anytime you can bring the family together. It may take anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes depending on the size of your family and the depth of the conversation. It is hoped that this may become a regular part of your family faith life, drawing you close to each other and to God. Each week a guide sheet will be sent home with our Confirmation students. The scriptures parallel the Gospel of Luke readings we are doing in class. For more information, visit Faith 5's web site.

                          Support
       Lutheran

        Outdoor                Ministries

Did you know that when a child spends a week at Church/Bible Camp, faith is lived out every hour of the day? Unlike most places we spend out time, campers are drawn into the ritual and rhythm of faithful life together. Want to make a difference in the life of our youth? Encourage them to attend one of our Lutheran Bible camps and/or be sure to support Zion Camperships and help make it financially possible for a child to go to camp this summer. For more information, see Pastor Blenkush.

                    Why Go          Lutheran?

 

  Are you, or someone you love, searching for a college or university to attend? If so, check out the new video “Why Go Lutheran?” and its website WhyGoLutheran? The 3-minute video is not your typical recruiting film. It’s a clever animation that lays out all the reasons why a student should “go Lutheran.”

                   Camperships
You can go to camp! We encourage our youth to go to attend our Lutheran Bible Camps and experience the love and power of God is new ways. Zion offers camperships to its younger members to help make camp a possibility for everyone. Pick up a Campership form, fill it out, and return it to the church office - one form for each child. The church treasurer will send the campership money to the camp. A campership will cover for half the cost - for a weekend or half week camp , up to $100, or up to $200 for a week long camp