Children & Family Ministry
Our Children & Family Ministry Program has concluded for this school year. Our NOIZ program for student in grades 3-5 . We meet each Wednesday at 4:00pm. Our evening will include:
4:00 - 5:15 NOIZ Activities
5:15 - Family Meal
5:45 - Family Worship Service.
We offer Wednesday School activities for our children aged 3 years old through 2nd grade during the 5:45 worship service, please join us!
Our youth group is active and works with our community doing community service and participating in activities such as Feed My Starving Children and Mission Trips to help others throughout the United States. This summer our youth will be travelling to Nashville, Tennessee on a service mission trip the end of June.
Men's Bible Study
A men's Bible study group meets each Saturday morning at 8:30 am in the Fellowship Hall. They are covid compliant and sit at separate tables. Bring your coffee and come join in!
We have a Grief Support Group, facilitated by Pastor Sarah, which meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 10:00 am. This is also open to people in the larger community. If you know someone who has lost a loved and could use a caring group that understands the pain, please let them know about this group. For more information, contact Pastor Sarah.
Our Caregivers Courage group meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 9:30 am. Meetings will be held in the church Fellowship Hall, with all COVID protocols being followed. Everyone will be sitting at their own table. If you wish to bring a beverage for yourself, please feel free to do so.
Zion has an Adult Choir, and a five octave handbell choir (Grace Notes) that provide special music throughout the year. We also have many opportunities for vocal and instrumental solos or ensembles to share their gifts with the congregation.
Shepherding Ministry/Faith Community Nurse
Karen Pavel, RN, BSN, is our Faith Community Nurse (Formerly called Parish Nurse) and Shepherding Coordinator. She assists in the wellness of our congregation and community. Karen works to connect with the homebound and hospitalized members of our congregation alongside Sherri Baumann, RN, BSN and Vicki Mickelson, RN, BSN. They provide spiritual care and guidance concerning health and wellness issues with focus on body, mind and spirit.
We are looking forward to the day when we can resume our weekly congregational meals for our community. Meals are tentatively scheduled to begin again in June of 2022.
Zion has three cemeteries - South Green Lake, West Green Lake, and Memorial Park, which also has a columbarium.
More information will be posted soon.