• Caroling Party!

    After church on Sunday, December 18th, all are invited to have some lunch in the fellowship hall and then to go Christmas caroling. We will be visiting some of the Zion family who are home-bound. IF we have enough people, two groups of singers will be sent out – one to the...

  • Order Tamales!

    We know you love tamales, and in El Paso Christmas is a time to eat lots and lots of tamales!  To raise funds for ongoing medical expenses, the Ochoa family is offering tamales (red or green) for $12 per dozen or $8 for half a dozen.  Contact Joe at (915) 251-4087...

  • Brain Games and Blocks

    As you know, our school works hard to provide excellent, developmentally appropriate activities for pre-school and kindergarten aged children.  Today as I visited the classrooms I was impressed to see the “brain game station.”  Well… mainly I thought the name was fantastic.  I wasn’t surprised to see the varieties of...

  • Bruce Nehring Consort Advent Concert at Zion

    It was a weekend filled with the beautiful message of Advent and Christmas as musicians and guests gathered at Zion for the Bruce Nehring Consort’s beloved Christmastime concert program.  Here are some photos from the weekend.

  • Fight for Hope

    In the earliest years following Christ’s resurrection and ascension, as people came to faith in their Savior and lived with many of the same deep regrets we feel today, the apostle Paul shared this encouragement, “Whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and...

  • Zion Day School News and Announcements

    Our Thanksgiving Feast! THE LORD IS GOOD “Oh the Lord is good to me, and so I thank the Lord. For giving me the things I need, like the sun and the rain and the apple seed. The Lord is good to me. Amen!” That is just part of our...

  • Faces of the Reformation: Jan Hus

    A 15th-century Bohemian reformer who set the stage for the world-changing reforms of Martin Luther Born: about 1373 Died: July 6, 1415 “More than 100 years before Martin Luther, Jan Hus, a priest, took a stand opposing the many abuses he saw in the Roman Catholic Church. Excommunicated in 1412,...

  • Zion’s Juarez Mission Tour

    GOD’S LOVE: REACHING OVER THE BORDER On November 16th, the Zion LWML sponsored a tour, led by Pastor Stephen Heimer, of some of the Lutheran missions located close to us in Mexico, in Rancho Anapra on the outskirts of Juarez. Photos & poem report by H. Jackson Buildings are shabby, funds...

  • Together Now and Forever in Jesus

    We live in an amazingly connected world. Wifi, data plans, signal strength… these terms are new to our vocabulary but are often on our minds as we attempt to connect with people every day. It’s frustrating when we can’t connect and fantastic when we can. Zion is use our website,...

  • Today is Reformation Day

    In the evening of October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed a paper with “95 Theses” to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. His intention was to initiate an academic debate over abuses and errors in the church at that time. However, his words sparked not only a...