Join ZION for Reformation Day Celebration! October 29th after worship

“Dinner and a Movie” October 29th after worship In honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we will partake in a traditional German lunch including brats and sauerkraut, followed by the first quarter (30 minutes) of the new PBS documentary, Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World. This...

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“Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart” A Fall 2017 Zion Stewardship Emphasis for 500 YEARS of REFORMATION GRACE and GIFTS

In his formal lectures on the Psalms at Wittenberg University Martin Luther reflected on the thankful heart as he taught his favorite psalm, Psalm 118, “Thankfulness is a virtue and practice unique to real Christianity.  It is the Christian’s worship of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, at its highest. ...

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2017 Elected Officers of Zion

These are the people currently serving in elected positions for the 2017 year. Elections were held this past September (of 2016) for the upcoming year. At the November 20th Voters’ Assembly, we also elected a new Vice President, as the VP position had been vacant for over a year. President:...

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Armed Forces Sunday, May 22

Chaplain John Lorenz of Fort Bliss, Texas will the guest speaker on Sunday, May 22nd for our Armed Forces Sunday service and meal. In addition to prayers and thanksgiving for all of Zion’s active duty servicemen and their families, special honors will be given veterans of the Korean and Vietnam...

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Confirmation Day 2016

On May 15th rejoiced to witness Bryanna, Ivy, and Anthony confirm their faith in Jesus Christ and acknowledge the wonderful work of God in their lives. It was also Pentecost Day and Zion’s handbell choir helped us begin our time of worship with a procession that led into the opening...

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Pentecost Confirmation Day Procession

The video begins with the sounds of bells ringing and soon the handbell choir members appear, beginning the procession. The organ intro, trumpet, and congregational singing of “Jesus Shall Reign” cues the entrance of the processional cross, acolytes, and three high school youth who would soon confirm their faith.

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Evening Prayer Services in Spanish: Moving to SATURDAYS!

  Beginning this Saturday, February 13th, our weekly Spanish services will be moving to Saturdays. We will have a guitar class for all ages at 4 PM, followed by an Evening Prayer Service in Spanish at 5 PM. Join us! For more details, please call the church office or contact...

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Ivy and Bryanna’s Quinceañera

On Saturday, January 23rd, the Rodriguez family and friends gathered at Zion to thank God for the 15 years of life He has given Ivy and Bryanna. In this traditional Quinceañera (15 Year Old Girl) celebration, the girls offered a prayer to God that they had written themselves and reaffirmed...

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Historic Neon Cross

Have you ever seen Zion’s roof cross at night? It lights up, (though needing repair at the moment). El Paso seems to have a historic and contemporary love for neon-style lighting in signage and city decor. Tap or click on the photo above to see the cross in the photo....

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