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Monday, June 14, 11:30 am

Meals on Wheels

Sherilyn Burgdorf

Zion has the chance to help the community during the month of June when Zion provides volunteer drivers each day to deliver meals in and around Buffalo.
  • Meals are picked up at Buffalo Community Center, 206 Central Ave (across from the Post Office).
  • It’s a great way for families of all ages to serve together!
  • If you have GPS on your phone or car, the routes are even easier to follow.
  • Parking spots are available in the back parking lot behind the community center when picking up meals.
  • The service has expanded, so four route drivers are now needed per day.
  • Meals are ready at 11am (this is earlier than it has been in the past).
  • Deliveries are only being done on weekdays, Monday through Friday.


Tuesday, June 15, 1:30 pm

Just Love Bible Study - Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall
Women's Featured Event
Women's Ministry List

Just Love

During the summer we will gather for “Just love part 2: Just L.I.F.E. (Liberation Is For Everyone!)” Gather Bible study by Angela !Khabeb, which continues on from last summer's study (but it is OK to jump in now if you missed that one).

This three-session summer Bible study series is inspired, in part, by Jesus’ proclamations: “If the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed” (John 8:36) and “I came that they might have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10).

When the weather cooperates, we will be outdoors so bring your lawn chair, a Bible, a beverage if you choose, and come to enjoy some discussion with Zion friends. If the weather doesn't cooperate, we will meet in Trinity Hall.

In June, “Just Wisdom,” delves into how God can open our hearts and minds to a spiritual understanding that is not bound by our human comprehension. Just Wisdom comes to us through reverence for our awesome God. Our key verse for the first session informs us: 

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom
(Proverbs 9:10). 

Together we will consider our faithful response to Wisdom’s invitation. Discussion will be led by retired pastor, Roger Johnson.
  • Session 2 (July) explores “Just Truth.” We will travel with Paul on the road to Damascus and experience his life-changing transformation. 
  • Session 3, “Just Hope” (in August), looks at our role as the body of Christ. How are we called to be co-creators with God in transforming our communities into a more just society? 
The summer calendar mini-packs are available in the Zion front entry with colorful art and photos from Zion artists to carry you through June, July, August, and September. We look forward to spring 2022 when a full year calendar pack will be ready for you at the annual women's brunch. The date is already set for Saturday, May 7 and the guest speaker is in place. We can't wait! 

Zion’s Women’s Ministry seeks to compassionately engage all women through Fellowship, service and study to encourage and strengthen faith. 


Wednesday, June 16, 8:30 pm

High School Youth Group Movie Night - Kitchen

Karie Bruder
Trinity Hall
Youth Room
Youth Group (Senior High)

Current 8th-12th graders are invited to an Outdoor Movie Night at Zion on Wednesday, June 16. We'll gather at 8:30pm for an ice cream social to welcome graduating 8th graders, and then at 9pm will begin a screening of the 2010 movie Grown Ups. Snacks and treats will be provided, but please bring your own lawn chairs and blankets.


Tuesday, July 13, 4:00 pm

Fare for All - South Parking Lot

Roger Brenny
South Parking Lot
Fare for All
Local Missions

Fare for All is a non-profit, cooperative purchasing program that sells packages of frozen meat and fresh produce for up to 40% off retail prices at Zion and around the state. Sales are open to all, no questions asked. Fare for All is currently running a limited number of sales with a drive through sale model. 
  • The Food Group requires that all staff, volunteers, community partners and customers wear a mask or face covering. Please wear your mask while interacting with our team. Let’s work together to keep each other safe and healthy!
  • Safety is our top priority, so in addition to masks, our team is wearing gloves, maintaining appropriate distance whenever possible, & washing and sanitizing frequently.
  • More folks need low-cost groceries than ever, so it’s likely you’ll be waiting in line– especially during the first hour. Please be patient as we serve you as efficiently as we can. Or, just arrive a little later in the sale- there’s usually no waiting and we very rarely run out of food!
  • For the sake of efficiently, credit, debit, or EBT payments are preferred. Cash is accepted, NO checks. 

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