Epiphany, the relatively short season of the church year between Christmas and Lent, is often called the “season of light” as we examine what scripture reveals about the identity and mission of Jesus Christ. Our life is enlightened through God’s word and sacrament as we observe and receive Jesus Christ as as truly God, come in human flesh in fulfillment of God’s redemptive promise to all people. Don’t miss out on God’s blessings in Epiphany at Zion on Sundays and also in the Bible Study groups that resume this month. Also, because Epiphany is a season of mission-emphasis, we’ll be sharing news and opportunities all month about some of the mission work taking place near and far that you can pray for, celebrate, and support.
- ZION – A PLACE OF MISSION, OUTREACH AND LOVE February 5, 2018
- “YOUR WILL BE DONE” Zion Lenten Worship Focus, 2018 January 31, 2018
- A Valentine “I Love You” in the Shape of the Cross January 31, 2018
- Goodbye 2017, Hello Jesus January 8, 2018
- Family Christmas with Christ! December 4, 2017
Join us this evening at 6 p.m. for soup, sandwiches and fellowship, followed by our first mid-week Lenten service. ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
LCMS Chaplain Glenndon Genthner providing imposition of ashes for his Marines in a very austere location. God's blessings Chaplain to you and your Marines and Sailors. Thanks for standing the watch for us! ... See MoreSee Less
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New Adult Bible Class Starting Sunday, February 18
Regrets, Reality, Restoration
The simple truth is life is full of regrets. Imprinted on our psyches, some resist all attempts at erasure. What do we do when the condemning memory of past offense(s) won't be silenced? Is there a way out beyond our backstory? Regrets, Reality, Restoration shows there is, by sharing the life stories of those who have found resolution and victory over the heartache of their pasts.
Regrets: whose life is not plagued by at least a few of these nagging leftovers from the past? The things we regret doing—or not doing, as the case may be—can wear us down, reshaping our lives and our sense of self in the process.
What’s happened in our lives does not have to dictate the present or future. We can move beyond anguish as Christ won an ultimate victory for us! In Jesus, there is a way out of griefs, sorrows and anxieties.
You will hear heartfelt stories from people who have experienced regret in deep and profound ways. See how, even in these individuals' most tormented moments, it was God's love in Christ Jesus that brought hope to despair and light to crack the darkness.
9:15 AM - In the auditorium upstairs, led by Tim Eyerman ... See MoreSee Less
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