Childhood and Youth Education
As Zion’s teachers and leaders proclaim the Word of God to their students, the Holy Spirit is working to create faith in their lives; so, the work of the Sunday School and Pre -Confirmation classes continue to the glory of God. On Sunday, October 29, the children will be singing during the 9:00 AM service as Zion celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.
While the Pre-Confirmation class will have class as usual following the service, the Sunday School will remain in worship and there will be no music with Kantor following the worship.
Class meets every Wednesday in October except for October 25. Please keep Zion’s confirmands in your prayers as they prepare for publicly confession of Christ’s mercy and eternal life.
Youth Bible Study “Heroes of the Faith” Vicar Pinzl will lead youth through a study of Zion’s Reformation windows on Sundays, October 22 through November 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the east gallery.
Adult Bible Study
Sundays, 10:15 AM: Romans
St. Paul’s letter to the Romans, the longest epistle in the Bible, is considered one of the clearest proclamations of salvation by faith in Christ alone. This book inspired Luther and the Lutheran Reformation, and it continues to create and sustain our faith today
Tuesdays at 9 AM: First Clement
In Philippians 4:3, the apostle Paul mentions a man named Clement. Shortly after Paul’s death, and even before the apostle John died, it was probably this man who either wrote or helped write the letter that bears his name, “First Clement,” sent to the Corinthians from the Christians in Rome. We will study this insightful letter from Christianity’s earliest days.
Thursday Men’s Breakfast: Matthew
The tax collector called by Christ, Matthew writes a gospel that some have called a “catechism of the Christian life.” He tells us the story of Jesus in a way that teaches how the followers of Jesus live by Jesus’ life alone. Come and let Matthew renew your own living of the Life.