We realize that if you are here, you may be seeking information or something more. It is the very caring human touch of the people here that makes Zion Lutheran Church a safe place. We invite you to use this site to learn about and connect with the people, groups, and events that will support you on your spiritual journey. Welcome to Zion!

We are a church that shares a living, daring confidence in God's grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person – questions, complexities and all. Join us as we do God's work in Christ's name for the sake of the world.

New to Worship at Zion?

We welcome you in the name of the Lord!  Whether you are seeking a new church home, or taking a sabbatical from your church home and need a safe, "no strings attached" place to worship, we invite you to do so with us.  We want you to feel at home in God's house. We consider all people to be God's beloved children, created in God's image. All are welcome regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, racial or ethnic heritage, or religious affiliation, or status of their faith. This is God's house and Christ's church and there is a place for you here!

Prayer Requests are part of our Prayers of the Congregation.  We invite you to write your prayer request in the designated location on our website. (If the prayer request is written for someone in the hospital, please only submit their name if they have given their permission and only their name, no medical information.  Thank you.)

Holy Communion is offered each Sunday by intinction (people are given the bread then dip the bread in the wine in the chalice and then consume it).  For those who would prefer it, pre-poured glasses of grape juice will be available.  We also offer gluten-free bread.  Please make this request when it is time to receive your bread.  Anyone who does not wish to partake in communion may receive a blessing.  To do so, please indicate this by crossing your arms over your chest when you are at the altar rail.  You may also receive your communion in your seat if you wish.  If you would like to know more about Holy Communion in the ELCA, please contact Pastor David.

Nursery Care is available for children who do not wish to remain in the Sanctuary during the worship service. The nursery is located on the second floor of our education wing.

  • Wheelchairs are available for use during services.
  • Elevators are also available for use.
  • We invite you to stay after worship and enjoy refreshments during our coffee hour in the Fireside Room opposite the Sanctuary.

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