Holy Week and Easter 2021, The City of God Sermon Series

Listen or watch Zion Easter Season services!

Palm Sunday: March 28
Holy Communion with Blessing of the Palms
Saturday: 5:15 PM
Sunday: 9 AM (Live, WSAU 550 AM, 99. 9 FM)
11 AM

Palm Sunday Worship Bulletin

Holy Monday
12:15 PM: Prayer Service (chapel)

Holy Tuesday
12:15 PM: Prayer Service (chapel)

Holy Wednesday
12:15 PM: Prayer Service (chapel)
6:30 PM: Vespers (chapel

THE TRIDUUM: (“The Three Days”)
Maundy Thursday
12:15 PM: Holy Communion
6:30 PM: Holy Communion

Maundy Thursday Worship Bulletin

Good Friday
12 noon-3 PM: Tre-Ore Service

Outdoor Procession, Good Friday
At the conclusion of Zion’s Three-Hour (Tre-Ore) Service on Good Friday, at roughly 3 PM, Zion’s ministers will process outdoors through the main, Grant Street doors, with an image of Christ Crucified. They will proceed east on Grant Street to Zion’s green space, and there hold a brief outdoor devotion, especially composed with thoughts for those not wishing to worship indoors. All are welcome to attend this procession and outdoor devotion.

Good Friday Worship Bulletin
Hour One

Hour Two

Hour Three

Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil
6:30 PM: The Great Vigil (begins outside Zion’s front doors)
The Great Vigil Worship Bulletin

THE RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD:
Easter Sunday: April 4
Holy Communion: 9 AM (Live, WSAU 550 AM, 99. 9 FM)
11 AM
The Resurrection of Our Lord Worship Bulletin

Easter Sermon Series: “City of God”

Why “City of God”?

Zion’s worship will include a sermon series on “the City of God” this Easter season. Why?

“City of God” is a Biblical theme that informs our basic identity in the Christian church. What does it mean to be Christian? One answer is that Christians are
those who are waiting for the City of God.

“For here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come” (Hebrews 13:14-16). Or as St. John saw, in his vision of the world’s great conclusion and new creation: “I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God” (Revelations 21:2).

To be Christian is be a citizen of God’s city, the golden city that will grace this earth when all things are made new.

That citizenship, made possible by the death and resurrection of Jesus, is our highest citizenship and informs all of our living and believing. For this reason, we
are planting our feet again on the golden streets and fruitful land of holy Zion.

Word at the Middle of the Week: City of God

A Tale of Two Cities
by Rev. Steven K. Gjerde
The Resurrection of Our Lord, April 4, 2021
The Resurrection of Our Lord Worship Bulletin

Word at the Middle of the Week: City of God II

The City of God, Part 2: Flooding Enoch
by Rev. Christopher Johnson
The Second Sunday of Easter, April 11, 2021
The Second Sunday f Easter Worship Bulletin

Word at the Middle of the Week: Your Appointed Destination, the City of God

The City of God, Part 3: Conquering Jericho
by Rev. Christopher JohnsonThe Third Sunday of Easter, April 18, 2021
The Third Sunday of Easter Worship Bulletin

<The City of God, Part 4: Remembering Bethleham
by Rev. Steven K. Gjerde
The Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 25, 2021
The Fourth Sunday of Easter Worship Bulletin

Word at the Middle of the Week: City of God

The City of God, Part 5: Cleansing Samaria
by Rev. Steven K. GjerdeThe Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 2, 2021
The Fifth Sunday of Easter Worship Bulletin

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