BIBLE VERSE for November 2022:
Know that the Lord is God. God made us and we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture,
Enter his gates with thanksgiving and go into God's courts with praise
Give thanks to God and bless his name. Psalm 100:3-4
(Read the Bible for yourself and let Jesus interpret the WORD for you and bring truth to your life.
The WORD will provide you with the truth and knowledge you need to believe and achieve eternal life.)
The Church was dedicated October 2, 1904. Inside there are Gothic-style stained glass windows with their original German inscriptions. The inside has beautiful "aged wood" pews, altar, window frames and floors. A balcony in the rear overlooks the congregation below. A pipe organ occupying an entire room provides the music. Additional: History of the Church
Sunday Worship Service (With Holy Communion): 10:45 AM
Potluck Dinner 1st Sunday of the month after Church Service.
Breakfast 3rd Saturday each month: Cook 6:30 AM (Eat 7:30 AM)Guests Welcome!
The Men In Mission have two Spaghetti Meal Take-out events a year. The money raised is used
to assist with outdoor Church projects and fund local scholarships.
Altar Service, Sunday Service Scripture Reading, Retirement Home Church Services, Ushers, Bible School, Luncheons, Flowers, Bulletins, etc.
Special Activities and Events (Things Happening at Zion):
School Supplies for Children:
The Church ladies organization (WELCA) donated money to the local school library for books.
Christmas Carol Singing and Sausage Supper: (December 2022 at Luther Hall)
Friends, Guests and Members gather at Luther Hall each December for a supper followed by the singing of Christmas carols. The desserts alone make the event! The sausage and sauerkraut is provided by the Men in Mission/Church. Guests bring desserts and dishes to compliment the meal. George Koudelka plays the piano and everyone joins in on the traditional carols. A christmas gift/donation is collected to help the poor. If you have trouble getting into the Christmas spirit, this event should be a priority on your christmas calendar. WEB Contact: David Henrichs