Zion, Redeemer, and Grace Chapel will share our annual unity service on Sunday August 11th. All three congregations will meet together on Sunday morning and worship together. Join us and see how far we’ve come, and give thanks for the way our church planting efforts have borne fruit!
Zion women will enjoy our next Make and Take, hosted by Teresa Ghormley, featuring homemade bath products. For only $10 you can walk away with 1 jar of scented bath salts, 1 jar of sugar scrub, 1 foaming hand soap and 6 mini lip balms that you can give away as gifts, or keep for yourself! We will gather in the coffeehouse on Sunday, May 19th at 3:00. Registration is open May 5th, 12th and the 19th. Making something together is a great way to make connections with other women in Zion and is a fun way to learn to something new. We hope to see you there!
Come take, or refresh, your training in the Darkness to Light material for child safety and protection. All nursery, children’s, and youth volunteers need to have completed this training. Also all members of the Zion Security team need this training. One free session, and you’re good to go!
Got stuff? The next Mexico Missions Trip Rummage Sale in the Zion Mini-Gym will be held April 4-6. As you sort through your household and garage this winter and spring, please consider setting aside your items for the sale. The proceeds from the sale help cover the expenses of the Mexico Missions Team 2019 and support the work of Isaiah 55 in Reynosa, Mexico.
Join the fun this year at the cabin in Grand Lake, Colorado with a dozen guys from Zion. Enjoy the beautiful winter mountain scenery, and take a refreshing getaway for a long weekend. Ski with the guys at Winter Park, or hike the trails in Rocky Mountain National Park, or just sit in a comfy chair by the fire in the cabin and read. Or nap. You won’t be sorry.
Join your Zion friends for the annual road trip to the annual L’abri conference in Rochester, Minnesota. This year, Zion’s own Jake Meador leads two or the workshops, and the conference theme is “Common Grace for the Common Good: Living Life Vocationally.” We will drive away sometime Thursday afternoon / evening, enjoy the conference sessions on Friday and Saturday, and return to Lincoln late Saturday evening. Contact Pastor Keith if you are interested in riding in the Zion van. (Friday night we’ll probably eat together at that neat Thai restaurant in downtown Rochester!) Register for the conference online at http://labri.org/conferences.html.
Monday, January 21 at 7:00 P.M. at Zion in the Fellowship Hall. The dates for the Mexico Missions Trip this year are July 26-August 3rd. If you are interested in going on the trip or are already planning on going, please, please attend!
Saturday night board games! Join other Zion women on Saturday, Jan 19th in the coffeehouse. Bring a board game, bring a snack and enjoy time in friendly competition with other Zion ladies. This is a low-key, casual event that might be perfect to bring a new friend!
It's that time of year again for fall baking!!! All middle school aged girls are invited over to the Vander Tops home for some fall baking and time together on Saturday, November 3rd from 9:30am-12:30 pm. The cost is just $3 per person and you will leave with some yummy treats.
High school students and their families are welcome to come to a lunch on Sunday, October 28th, immediately after the second service. Every family should bring a main dish to share. Drinks, dessert and sides will be provided. Families can meet in the coffeehouse area to eat and then we will play a couple of games outside so dress in or bring casual clothes
All women are invited to the Zion Women’s Stay-cation. This is one of Women’s Ministries biggest events of the year. We start at 2:30 with worship, fun and fellowship, listen to our speaker, have supper together at a local restaurant and then return for dessert and games.
This year the bonfire, the band, and the beautiful country setting will happen on October 21st. (Postponed from October 14th, postponed from October 7th). Plan on an evening of fun for the whole church. Bring your own comfy lawn chair and a frisbee or a football. Hay rack rides. S'mores. It just doesn't get any better.
The on-ramp to life at Zion Church is the Just Looking class, taught by Pastor Stu. Come get it from the man himself. On five Wednesday evenings, you will get a summary of Zion’s ministry, church life, and teaching commitments, with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. Begins October 3rd.
The Zion Shakespeare Club will take an excursion to watch the National Theater Live! production of King Lear, starring Ian McKellen. Join us at the Grand, get comfy in the dream lounger seats, and munch some of the world’s least inexpensive popcorn. We'll watch the poor old King descend in to madness, be betrayed by his treacherous daughters, and finally turn a corner towards repentance and forgiveness. How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!
Join us for a weekend at the cabin in Grand Lake. Will we get to the top of Mount Ida this year? Or will 2017's wind and snow return to drive us back again? Hike or do not hike. Read, nap, goof off ... share hearty meals together around the big table. And we'll find a roadhouse somewhere to watch the Husker game in Michigan. Drive away Thursday or Friday, TBD. Drive back on Monday. Contact Bryce Gillett. Space is limited.
Tuesday morning Bible study begins August 28th! Join this multigenerational group of women as we study Isaiah together from 9:30-11:00 each week (childcare provided). We meet in one of the basement classrooms (enter west door off gravel lot). We’ll be using a study guide titled Isaiah from the Knowing the Bible series edited by J.I. Packer. Please purchase a copy of the book before our first morning together (PCA bookstore or Amazon). Contact Megan or Elizabeth with questions. If you’ll use child care, please register by sending us each child’s name, age and any food allergies.