Upcoming Events

14th Annual Golf Classic

August 27, 2016, at the Staunton Country Club

The Zion Lutheran School 14th Annual Golf Classic will be held on Saturday, August 27, 2016, at the Staunton Country Club. This will be a Four Person Golf Scramble. It is $80 per person ($320 per team) which includes morning donuts, a sack lunch, and catered dinner. It is limited to the first 18 paid teams. There will only be 18 teams to ensure a faster course. There will be 3 flight payouts that total over $1,000. Registration forms and hole sponsor forms are available to download below or pickup in the church and school offices. If you have questions, please contact Ailee Taylor, Kim Meyer, or the school office.
Team Registration Form
Hole Sponsor Form

Sunday School Rally Day

September 11, 2016 - 9:15 am

Attention one and all: young and old, boys and girls, it's time for Sunday school Rally Day! Rally Day will begin in the school gym at 9:15 am with family Sunday school, followed by each Sunday School class going to their unique locations to learn about upcoming lessons and more.

Fall Festival 2016

September 11, 2016 - after 10:30 service

Once again this year our Sunday school Rally Day coincides with Fall Festival. Immediately following the 10:30 service everyone is invited to come over to school for lunch (chili, hot dogs, snacks) games, fellowship and more. Sponsored by the board of Evangelism, mark your calendars – plan to join us for fun!

Sunday Service Time Change

Starting September 11, 2016

At the June meeting of the Zion Board of Elders, the decision was made to go back to 8:00 and 10:30 services on Sundays, with Sunday school in between at 9:15. The new 8:00/10:30 service schedule will begin September 11. The decision to return to having two Sunday services was made after much prayer, discussion, feedback from congregation, along with tracking a steady increase in worship attendance over the past months. It is our prayer that by again offering two two service times, the attendance at Divine Service as well as Sunday school will grow even more.

Griefshare Classes

The death of a spouse, child, family member or friend is devastating. Christians are able to claim eternal perspective and can rejoice that the person they lost is now in the presence of our Creator. Even so as humans, we must grieve a loss so deep and significant. Griefshare ministry is designed to help people recover from their deep hurt of loss. Griefshare includes three key elements to guide the healing process.

Each week videos feature personal stories of people like you who are grieving the death of a loved one. In addition, Griefshare creates a support group for all who participate. These along with the weekly workbook exercises can make a real difference in your recovery. Griefshare, with it's biblical Christ-centered perspective, is an effective tool to help people find or deepen faith in Christ as they examine soul-level questions about death, dying, their own mortality and eternal life. Griefshare points grieving people to Christ as the source of their healing. Are you or someone you know grieving? Consider Griefshare.

Griefshare will be presented in 13 weekly 90 minute sessions on Wednesdays beginning in June. Led by Pastor Mitteis, Griefshare will be offered for your convenience at either 1:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. Over the coming weeks of May more information about Griefshare will be made available in the bulletin. You may also go to Griefshare.org for more information.

Verse of the Day