A PERFECT TIME TO PRAY 40 DAYS FOR LIFE – Zion’s Life Team along with Zion Lutheran church is signed up to pray tomorrow morning, April 1 from 9:00 – 10:00 as part of the 40 Days for Life campaign. PLEASE JOIN US IN A VIRTUAL VIGIL, PRAYING FROM HOME.     

As we are now spending more time at home and with our families, we are asking that you consider praying individually and as a family for the following intentions as stated from The Greater Columbus Right to Life:
• The unborn and their mothers, especially those who in these uncertain times have become convinced that they cannot continue their pregnancy... That they realize the gift of life and have access to the support needed.
• Those who are sick with COVID-19 and any other condition, the medically vulnerable, and all who care for them... That they find physical and spiritual healing.
• Our elected and appointed officials at every level of government, first responders, and leaders of all sorts... That they are prudent, judicious, and make decisions that protect the dignity of the human person. 
• Those who are isolated, adrift, or fearful... That they realize they are never alone and find communities of support. 
• The medical profession... That they are kept safe, not overwhelmed, and faithful to their oath to protect all life, and
• Those who approach death ... That they will find God's peace in their last hours and that their souls find eternal rest. Always keep in mind the hope of the Gospel and God's promise that He will not abandon us in our hours of greatest need. Blessings to you all.



Recorded Services are on Saturdays, at 3:00 P.M. with Holy Communion;
Sunday Services are at 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM, with Holy Communion;

Wednesday (June 3) Divine Service 3 with Holy Communion
Wednesdays (June 10, 17, & 24) Compline Services are at 7:00 PM

Before attending services, please follow these guidelines for your health and safety.

Please visit our YouTube Channel or Facebook Page for links to recorded services. 
Service Bulletins are available below.



Special note to our visitors and guests: Because those who eat and drink our Lord’s body and blood unworthily do so to their great harm and because Holy Communion is a confession of the faith which is confessed at this altar, any who are not yet instructed, in doubt, or who hold a confession differing from that of this congregation and The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, are kindly asked to refrain from partaking of the Sacrament until first speaking with our Pastor.