Welcome to Zion and thank you for visiting our church online. We hope that this site will be of service to you in knowing a little bit more about us and everything you need to know about how you can be assured of eternal life. Be sure to check out our online sermons as well as our service times and directions to our church. We would love to meet you and have you join us for worship.



It is our desire to be a church that is faithful to carry out the Great Commission of Jesus. We are here to make disciples for Jesus. To carry out this mission we believe it is vital that we remain dedicated to the Bible in all it says. As the central teaching of the Bible, it is our desire to proclaim Jesus Christ as the only Savior of the world. This Gospel is "the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes" (Romans 1:16).



In short, our teachings are the teachings of the Bible, from a literal six day creation to eternal life through faith in Christ. As Lutherans, we also hold to those teachings of the Lutheran Reformation which distinguish us both from the modern "liberal" Lutherans as well as the more "conservative" protestant churches such as Baptist, Reformed, and non-denominational churches. We rejoice whenever and wherever the Gospel is proclaimed, but also recognize that any contradiction of the Bible is dangerous to faith. 



Services are held each Sunday:

Sunday School & Bible Study: 10:00 AM


Sunday Service: 11:00 AM

We also hold special services during the week at specific times throughout the year. These additional services will be announced on this page as they approach.

Latest News

Zion held it's annual voters' meeting on February 4th. During this meeting we elected a new church council, set our budget for the year, and set in motion plans for the remodeling of one of our buildings to serve as a "multi purpose area." 


Lent meditations: videos posted by 7:00 PM each Wednesday of Lent (February 14 - March 21)

Maundy Thursday: video marking the institution of the Lord's Supper posted by 7:00 PM (Thursday March 29)

Good Friday: video meditation on the "seven words from the cross" posted by 7:00 PM (Friday March 30)

Easter Sunday: April 1st


"Come to Calvary's Holy Mountain"

February 14 is Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of the six weeks of Lent. It is during these six weeks that we prepare our hearts to celebrate the foundational events of the Christian faith - Jesus' crucifixion on Good Friday and His resurrection on Easter Sunday.


This Lent, we will broadcast six special meditations on our YouTube channel. The theme for these meditations is based on the Lenten hymn "Come to Calvary's Holy Mountain." The meditations will contrast the difference between the Bible's teaching of God's Law, given on Mt. Sinai, and the Bible's teaching of the Gospel, carried out on Calvary. The emphasis of the meditations will be to show how the sinner can never approach God on the basis of his own works, but only through the works of Jesus Christ, our Savior.

These videos will be uploaded Zion's YouTube channel by 7:00 PM each Wednesday of Lent.

After watching the video, feel free to leave any comments.

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Bible Study
Those who seek to grow in their knowledge of God's Word and God's will for their lives will find opportunity to do so at Zion. We hold a weekly Adult Bible Class each Sunday morning. We also offer personal Bible study classes with the pastor as well as a monthly Bible study for the ladies of Zion.
We have an extensive list of books, articles, pamphlets, and sermons available online for you to make use of in getting to know more about what Zion believes and teaches or just for your own personal, spiritual growth. You are welcome to print and distribute everything in our online library without permission or cost.

Out of

the perfection of beauty,

God shines forth.

(Psalm 50:2)


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