Found a Way Through Music

My hope for Zion’s future is that we will remain relevant to the needs of our congregation, community, and ultimately the world. Things are going to be different as we open up from the pandemic. We don’t live in a time when we can just do things the way we always have. We may well need to find other ways to “tell the story” as we move forward.

Sharing Extra Produce

Originally published July 2018 I grew up on a farm at Pelican Rapids, Minnesota, and went to a small country church. Church was always a part of our Sundays and a big part of our life. I think the person…

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Kevin Kuhns

Kevin has been a lifelong member of Zion, and his fondest memory of church activities is canoe trips with the youth group back in the day. His parents have been, and continue to be, an important part of his faith…

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Joan Halderson

Joan joined Zion when she moved to Buffalo in 1976, after having been married by a friend of Pastor Ed Blair’s a couple of years earlier at the Maple Plain Lutheran Church. Joan was born in South Dakota and raised…

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Deb and Rick Johnson in the Holy Land

Deb and I have always wanted to visit the Holy Land. Especially, for me, after teaching Bible classes at Zion since 2011. People have asked me why I wanted to go. My answer was simple, as the song goes, “To…

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