Worship Times

A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM PASTOR TIM:


Thank you for your patience during the Covid-mandated move outdoors.  It was a joy for a season both to worship in God’s creation and to be all together in one service.  The Red-Letter Challenge has also been a wonderful time to worship at one time together.  After we celebrate Easter in a service using all the styles of rejoicing at our disposal, we will move to offering two different service times and styles.  Our traditional service will be at 8:15am and our contemporary service will be at 10am.  More service times means our services fit into more people schedules, and more styles means more people can worship in the “language” of their hearts.  We look forward to the day we can offer more times and more languages!

 

Our new service times are experimental.  Our elders and staff have scheduled these services to meet as many needs as possible, and to provide a smooth experience on Sunday morning for our guests as well as our ministry team.  As we begin these new service times we invite and encourage your feedback: do you feel comfortable inviting your friends?  Are we creating the smooth and orderly Sunday experience for which we are striving?  Let us know!

 

We also know that many have expressed how much they love connecting with people from another service.  As we move to two services we have three tools to help our church grow closer as it grows larger: First is our small groups.  Everyone there will know your name, regardless of which service you attend.  Second is our soon to return hospitality time.  Why not come early or stay late and enjoy cross-service fellowship?  Finally, why not volunteer at one service and attend the other? 

  • single service in the sanctuary

    We have returned to worship inside the Sanctuary.  Join us Sundays at 9:30am for the Red Letter Challenge as we worship together in one combined service.  After we celebrate Easter, we will move to offering two different service times and styles.  Our traditional service will be at 8:15am and our contemporary service will be at 10am. More service times means our services fit into more peoples schedules, and more styles means more people can worship in the "language" of their hearts.  We look forward to the day we can offer more times and more languages!

  • Children's church - ON HOLD DURING COVID

    Why should your kids be involved at Zion? That's simple. Your kids need to to develop a meaningful relationship with God. They need to know that they can make a difference even at a young age. Being involved at Zion, your child will develop a heart for service and learn what it means to be a servant leader.

  • rlc sMALL GROUPS

    Join a Zion Small Group - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP

    There is nothing better than a church doing the words of Christ together. Reading and doing what God asks us to do is not meant to be done alone.


    We have (5) Small Groups for you to join and walk alongside eachother to take on this 40-day Red Letter Challenge.


    Small Groups begin the week of February 21st! It's not too late to join!

  • ZION BRAILLE MINISTRY

    Zion's Braille Ministry is back in full swing, with safety protocols in place.  Braille meets every Wednesday morning at 8:30 am in the Zion Room.  We are looking for volunteers!  If you are available or would like further info, please contact our Adult Ministry Director, Pam M. via email: pammilliken@att.net