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Zion Lutheran Church
245 Central Avenue South
Milaca MN 56353
320-983-3368
zionmilaca@frontiernet.net

Where is Zion?
 
What to expect on Sunday morning

 
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This Week at Zion:

Thursday, July 28th
9 a.m - 3 p.m. VBS Day Camp at Trinity
6-7:30 p.m. Preschool VBS at Zion

Sunday, July 31st
9 a.m. Worship with Communion
10 a.m. Fellowship

Tuesday, August 2nd
NO Bible Study
2 p.m. Hooks and Needles in Zion's Library

Wednesday, August 3rd
3 p.m. Frindship Club
7 p.m. Mid-week srevice




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Living in God's amazing grace!

an E.L.C.A. Congregation
and part of the
Northeastern Minnesota Synod

Office  Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, and  Friday
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Worship Services: 
9 a.m.
(Individual hearing amplifiers are available from the ushers)

Communion:

every Sunday.

Sunday School:
 resumes in the fall

 Bible Study:

Tuesday - 10:30 a.m.


Meet Zion's Staff

Zion's  Mission:
Worshiping the
Triune God
and celebrating
our calling
as God's people we

     grow through Word
and Sacrament,

     show God's love
and mercy
for all creation,
and
sow the
Good News of
Jesus Christ in our
community and world
.


Picture of
 the Week



We are a church that belongs to Christ. 
There is a place for you here.

We believe God calls each of us by 
name. Christ’s church is not ours
to control, nor is it our job to sort out, 
divide, categorize or exclude. 
Whenever we feel compelled to 
“draw the line” on our lives, 
we must acknowledge as Lutherans
that Jesus always stands 
on both sides of that line.


                     
Coming Up
Next Fair Trade Center 8/7
Mid-week Worship Service Wednesdays
Meal Ministry starting up!
July Elim Coffee volunteers needed for 7/31
VBS July 25-28!!!
Camp Onomia Golf Scramble 8/1
August Book Club book
Zion Rummage Sale 8/18&19
New Church Directory in September!
Zion has a new missionary
Quilt Auction at Camp Onomia 9/17

A Few Ways to Help
Help with Golf Scramble
Donate items for School Kits
Donate for archive cabinet
Four Harvest Sundays in 2016
Donate food for Milaca Wolves Snack Pack
Solar Power for Phebe Hospital
Lead a Thrivent Action Team
Confirmation families - learn about Faith5

Sew some blocks together for quilt tops
Joy of Giving - try giving $10 more on Harvest Sundays
Support our Missionary
Donate to the Lutheran Disaster Fund
Contribute to the Roof Fund
Got any pennies?
Got any spare small toys?
Hunt for Missing Movies!
Serve on a committee!
How's the Malaria Campaign going?
Join one of Zion's choirs - voice or bell
Save receipts from Teal's
Thrivent Choice Dollars for Zion
ELCA World Hunger Campaign
Provide Altar Flowers

Check It Out

Chicago Mission Trip see some photos
More photos from Minnow Race Day!
Photos of Zion's grads
2016 Baccalaureate Sermon
Pictures of Quilts our Quilters made
Why I Give
Be a better inhabitant of this Blessed Earth
Photos from lots of stuff
Got small children? Read this!
News from Rev. John Lunn
Marks of Discipleship 
Do we have your cell phone number?
Bibles in the Pews - for you!
quilts
youth
ZAK
Pastor Steve and John Lunn
Senior Moments  
food shelf
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