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February 16, 2019

Mission Jamaica Trip


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Mission Jamaica

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The 2019 Mission Jamaica team is looking forward to serving others in the Montego Bay area in Jamaica, February 16-23, 2019.  A Zion team of 14 members is going to run a medical clinic to serve individuals in Montego Bay.  

The team consists of two health care professionals including two doctors, four nurses, one pastor, and five business professionals. Four members of the team will be experiencing Mission Jamaica for the first time while 10 members are returning to serve, including many who have served the Jamaican people for several years and are looking forward to returning to reunite with their friends.  

What is the group looking forward to in Jamaica? The lists are similar—sunshine, checking off the bucket list item, to wanting to complete a mission trip for years—and it is finally time. Others want to connect and see how this work will be woven into the life of our church communities. Many want to feel a ‘sense of purpose’ and make a difference in the lives of others.

Please keep the 2019 Mission Jamaica team and those they will be serving in your prayers.

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Wednesday, March 13, 6:30 pm

Lenten Worship Service - Sanctuary


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Sanctuary
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Lenten Everything

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On Wednesdays during Lent there are three worship services to choose from: 
  • The traditional worship service at noon is ideal for those who can take a moment to worship over the lunch hour and for those who prefer being out during the day more than at night. It is a reflective worship of scripture, hymns and message. 
  • The Family Express worship service at 5pm includes interactive activity stations, designed to help families of all sizes, ages and stages explore and grow their faith both together and as individuals and learn what Lent is all about. 
  • The Holden Evening service at 6:30pm includes scripture, message, and Holden Evening Prayer. 
All of the regular Wednesday activities and rehearsals continue during Lent with a few schedule changes to accommodate the worship schedule. The Wednesday night meal is open to all, serving from 5-6:15pm in the Fellowship Hall.

Worship this year will center around Jesus’ prayer before he went to the cross: "Not as I will, but as you will." We seek to do God's will in our lives everyday, no matter who we are. We will hear about God's will at work among us from the stories of biblical characters, from both Old and New Testament. Monologues from these characters will give us a glimpse of how we can live, centering our lives around God's will. 
  • March 13 - How do I live up to the plans God has for me? (Davids story, told by Dave Wright)
  • March 20 - Am I really "enough" to do God's work in the world? (Moses' story, told by Andrew Jacobsen)
  • March 27 - What is my role in the world? (Mary's story, told by Nicolle Johnson)
  • April 3 - My world is turned upside down! Now what? (Paul's story, told by Paul Herda)
  • April 10 - I hear God's call: how do I respond? (Lydia's story, told by Tori Herda)

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Monday, March 18, 6:30 pm

Bible History Class - Library/Chapel


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Rick Johnson
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Library/Chapel

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Rick Johnson will present an 8-week Bible history class covering an historical and archaeological overview of the Old Testament. 

The classes will be in the library on Monday nights from 6:30-8pm beginning Monday, March 18, and ending Monday May 6. This class is for anyone interested in Bible History whether you have attended a previous class with Rick or not. Sign up on line or at the Information Desk. 

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Sunday, March 24, 11:45 am

New Member Orientation - Fellowship Hall


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Fellowship Hall
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New Member Orientation

New Member OrientationThis orientation to membership provides an introduction to Zion ministries and staff, an opportunity to meet others at Zion, and a little about what it means to be Lutheran. Those who decide to become members will be formally received into our congregation on Sunday, April 7. The orientation will include:

  • The staff and Outreach Committee will join you for lunch after the last worship service (11:45am).
  • Meeting begins around 12:25pm and will end around 1:45pm.
  • Child care and activities for children will be available after the meal if requested in advance.
  • Plenty of informal conversation with staff, existing members, and other prospective new members.
  • An overview of a wide variety of Zion programs and ministries.
  • Zion Pastors briefly introduce what it means to be Lutheran.
  • Your photo will be taken for the reception (or you may email your own photo to Angela in advance).
  • Information for church records will be verified.
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Collections & Special Information

February 20, 2019
Blessing Clothing Closet Collection
March 10, 2019
Coffee Sales & Global Missions Info
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