Sunday Worship Services

8:30 Traditional

9:45 Family Express

10:30 Contemporary

Worship Service Information

8:30 Traditional Worship Service

Try this service if you like choir and organ music and traditional liturgy:

  • This is a traditional worship service using the Evangelical Lutheran Worship (ELW) Hymn book
  • This service is held in the Sanctuary … to the left of the main entrance (map).
  • This service usually lasts about an hour.
  • Ministry of Music is provided by Zion’s choirs including the Senior Choir, Youth Choir, Joy Choir, SONshine Choir, Joyful Ringers, Class Ring, and Ring Forth.
  • Holy Communion is celebrated on the first, third, and fifth Sunday of each month.
  • Nursery care for children ages 3 and under is available during this service.
  • Sunday School classes for 3-year-olds to 6th graders are held at this time during the school year.

9:45 Family Express Worship Service

Try this service if you are looking for a more informal, shorter, or kid-friendly worship experience:

  • Family Express was created especially for families with young children.
  • This service is held in Trinity Hall … to the right of the main entrance (map).
  • It is an interactive 30 minute abbreviated service.
  • The 10:30 worship features Zion’s worship teams.
  • Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
  • Nursery care for children ages 3 and under is available during this service.

10:30 Contemporary Worship Service

Try this service if you enjoy praise band music:

  • The 10:30 worship features Zion’s worship teams.
  • Additional music by children’s and youth choirs.
  • This service is held in the Sanctuary … to the left of the main entrance (map).
  • This service usually lasts about an hour.
  • Holy Communion is celebrated on the first, third, and fifth Sunday of each month.
  • Nursery care for children ages 3 and under is available during this service.
  • Sunday School classes for 3-year-olds to 6th graders are held at this time during the school year.

General Information

What to Wear

When you visit Zion on a Sunday morning, there’s no need to worry about what you should wear. Wear whatever makes you comfortable. You’ll see people in the pews dressed in all styles—from shorts to jeans to khakis to business suits in all worship services at Zion.

When you Arrive

  • When you come into the Church building on a Sunday morning, someone will greet you just outside and/or just inside outer door.
  • Stop by the information desk in the lobby/narthex if you have any questions, it is usually staffed before and after each Sunday service.
  • A printed order of service and a weekly announcement sheet is available at the door to the worship space.
  • If you need a large print copy of the order of service or a hearing device, please ask an usher.

During the Service

  • Each service will normally include singing, Bible reading(s), some prayers and an easy to listen to sermon or message.
  • Near the beginning, the pastor will invite you to greet the people sitting around you, but no one will single you out as a visitor.
  • We don’t expect visitors to support the congregation financially, so feel free to pass the offering plate on when it comes down your row. Many members of the congregation contribute directly through their bank accounts so you won’t be the only one passing it on.
  • Coffee is served in and just outside Fellowship Hall after each service.

 

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