The congregation of Zion welcomes you to this website. You can find a video about our congregation on the Worship page, and at the bottom of this page there is information about worship times and how to contact us.
Jesus is the center of Zion’s life. He is risen from the dead, and He is on a mission: to make disciples of all nations. A disciple is someone who learns from a teacher and follows in his way. Zion is a gathering of Jesus’ disciples.
That’s why mercy is a key word at Zion, and worship is our core activity. Jesus lives to show mercy to sinners as He meets and nourishes them at worship. That mercy sends us back to our homes and neighborhoods with a new life to live.
We invite you to receive and grow in that new life at Zion.
Festival of Christian Arts and Culture
Friday, April 14
Come for a service of Vespers to inaugurate the event at 6:30 PM.
Then stay to hear Lutheran artist Kelly Schumacher present about her work at 7:00 PM.
Light refreshments will be served.
Saturday, April 15
Poet Tanner Olson and guitarist Blake Flattley will present an evening of “Word and Music” at 7:00 PM.
Light refreshments will be served. A good evening for older, younger, singles, or those on a date!
Sunday, April 16
The Rev. Dr. Mark Mattes, author of Luther’s Theology of Beauty, will preach at 9 AM.
At 3:00 PM, local members of the American Guild of Organists will present a concert of Easter music.
View below the most recent Zion Organ Concert Series Performance:
The Righteous Shall Live By Faith: A Hymn Festival on Romans from October 22, 2022, Organist: Jeffrey Blersch
Hymn Commentator: Rev. Stephen P. Starke
Recent online Bible studies are located on the Online Study page.
Wednesday Word at the Middle of the Week – March 29, 2023
Zion’s sister congregation in Easton, Bethany Lutheran Church, sponsors a weekly radio broadcast on Sunday mornings, “The Voice of the Shepherd,” started by our pastors in July 2020. The broadcast is 10 minutes in length and airs on FM 106.1 WACD every Sunday morning at 8 AM. Currently, we are offering reflections on Saint Peter’s First Letter for the season of Lent.
Recent reflections are located on the Voice of the Shepherd page.