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Zion Lutheran Church
245 Central Avenue South
Milaca MN 56353
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join us as readers, greeters or musicians 
for worship on Sunday mornings. If you would like 
to be part of the worship team, please 
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(320) 983 3368.

Worship Services: 
online worship for now.

Zion's  Mission:
Worshiping the
Triune God
and celebrating
our calling as
God's people we

     grow through Word
and Sacrament,

     show God's love
and mercy to
all creation, and
sow the
Good News of
Jesus Christ in our
community and world


We are a church that belongs to Christ. 
There is a place for you here.
We believe God calls
each of us by name. 
Christ’s church is not ours
to control, nor is it our job to sort out, divide, categorize or exclude.
Whenever we feel compelled 
to “draw the line” on our lives,
we must acknowledge
as Lutherans that Jesus always
stands on both sides of that line.
Pastor Steve and John Lunn
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Zion Lutheran, 245 Central Avenue South, Milaca MN 56353  320-983-3368  zionmilaca@frontiernet.net
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