Meals on Wheels provides volunteers to deliver nutritious meals to people in the community to help them live independently. Zion supports Meals on Wheels by providing four drivers each weekday of June and November to deliver meals. We occasionally provide one driver in other months to help smaller congregations fill out the schedule.
Tips for Volunteer Drivers
- Consider which days you can help and sign up online or at the information desk.
- If you prefer a certain route, please specify that when you sign up.
- If you’re unsure about delivery locations in Buffalo contact Sherilyn Burgdorf in the church office … we will find a time to do a “test drive” or find a partner for your first drive.
- Be at Buffalo Community Center (206 Central Ave, across from the Post Office) at 11am on your delivery day. There’s always plenty of space to park in the lot behind the community center.
- Delivery will take about an hour
- Especially during the summer (June), this is a great family project with children/grandchildren.
Meals on Wheels Volunteers
- Missy was born in Romania, and grew up in a Romanian Orthodox family, although with limited organized church attendance. My parents chose to allow me to determine my own faith as I grew up. I see God everywhere in nature. The beauty of a deer running through a field, the grace of a hummingbird, the intricate perfection of a snowflake. Missy’s family came to the States in the 1980s, when she was 14. They lived in California, and then Missy came ... more
- Mary Lynn grew up on a farm near Hector, MN. She attended a rural congregation, Swedlanda Lutheran Church, where Christmas Eve services were still held in Swedish. She was baptized, confirmed and married at that church. That church was the foundation of my Lutheran beliefs. My parents were devout Lutherans and lived a life of faith and goodness. Their parents were all Swedish immigrants. Our family life was centered in that church. Sunday school, Junior Mission Band, Confirmation, Luther League and ... more