Men

Zion men's ministries take several different forms. We want every man to find a good place for fellowship and discipleship. Look for men's activities in the announcements section of the Sunday worship folder each week. The three adult Fellowships also serve as a clearinghouse and connecting point. We will help you find a Bible study or prayer and accountability group, so you can start building some real friendships. You can also play on the softball team, get in a home fellowship, sign up for the ski / hiking trips to that cabin we go to in Grand Lake, join the group going to the February L'Abri conference in Rochester, and come for the big-screen game events.

Women

The women also have a variety of opportunities for fellowship and discipleship. The Women's Steering Committee plans an annual Retreat weekend, a winter banquet, a spring tea, and a summer service project. They work to strengthen our community through large (quarterly) events, and more casual medium and small gatherings throughout the year. There are also a number of Bible study, book study, and prayer groups that meet. Look for these in the weekly worship folder on Sundays, and listen for your questions to be answered in your weekly adult Fellowship.

Open the ministry vision document: WOMEN'S MINISTRIES.

Youth and Children

During the school year, Zion Kids, for elementary children, meets on Wednesday evenings. Zion Kids sing psalms, learn the books of the Bible, hear Bible stories, learn memory verses, and play crazy games. In the summer, Zion has a week of VBS, and we drive the church van to Camp Sonshine, where many kids from Zion love to spend a memorable week each summer.

The Middle School and High School kids meet on Wednesdays during the school year and during the summer for studies and fun. Watch the weekly announcements closely, because the schedule changes and the activities are different, but the determination to learn about and follow Jesus stays the same.

Please consider joining the ranks of those who volunteer to work with our children and youth!