No matter where you are on your faith journey, you are welcome at Zion.
Join us to worship, grow in faith and help our neighbors, near and far.
We look forward to meeting you! All are welcome!
What to expect:
Please check the current worship schedule on the home page. It changes with the COVID situation.
If you want to check out worship before you come in person, or want to watch from home for any reason,
we live stream worship on our YouTube channel.
For in-person worship:
There are two main entrances and parking areas--north and south.
- The CDC recommends masks and distancing indoors for all, regardless of vaccination status, because of variants.
Worship is in the sanctuary through the stained-glass doors off the lobby to the south, unless specified otherwise.
Come as you are! There is no dress code--you will find people dressed casually and on up.
Worship is for all ages--children are always welcome in worship.
Worship includes hymns and songs, Bible readings, prayers, a children's message time and a sermon from the pastor.
Worship is generally about an hour, but may be shortened as COVID recommendations change.
During the program/school year, Sunday worship is traditional and Wednesday worship is lead by the Worship Too band. In the summer, we switch between traditional and Worship Too every other Sunday.
Santizer stations are available for your use.
Pews are spaced apart to allow for family units to be appropriately physically distanced. There may be a few tables in the fellowship hall connected to the back of the sanctuary for use by families also.
For outdoor worship:
When we have outdoor worship, we will be in the north parking lot with worship leaders under the entrance awning, weather permitting.
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy worship in the fresh air!
Zion is a member church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and NE MN Synod.
Feel free to call the church to speak with the pastor or click on either icon below for more
information about what we believe as Lutherans and our greater church bodies.