Join us for our Sunday Morning Worship Service
10am in-person and also streamed via Facebook live
We look forward to seeing you!
*** Masks are required. Nursery Care is provided.
Information about giving in-person or online can be found HERE.
COVID-19 UPDATE: The Building is Open
Beginning November 7, 2021 (All Saints Sunday), we will be worshipping inside our sanctuary.
Those who choose to attend in-person worship should be prepared to wear a mask throughout the worship service (approx. 45 minutes). The service includes two hymns, several prayers and liturgies, and a sermon.
For those who want to create extra space around themselves, we are providing "reserved for social distance" signs. You are welcome to take as many as you need to build your bubble.
Two "safety suites" are available at balcony level for families/groups who need to stay entirely separate from other worshippers. Masks are required in these suites as well.
Coffee and snacks will be served in the fellowship hall downstairs. You are welcome to remove your mask in this area while eating and drinking.
On the first Sunday of each month, we celebrate Communion during the worship service. Communion elements (regular or gluten-free bread, wine or juice) will be distributed before the worship service begins. When invited, you may remove your masks to partake of the elements and then immediately replace your masks.
Children who are not old enough for kindergarten should remain with their families during the service. Kids are welcome to move around, and we appreciate that they will not always be quiet! We offer a nursery for parents who want to take their kids out for a while.
Children in grades K through 5 are invited to participate in Sunday School during the sermon, where they will be cared for by one of our trained and vetted teachers. Masks are worn throughout Sunday School.
If you aren't comfortable worshipping in person, or you are unwilling or unable to wear a mask, we invite you to worship online at our Facebook page where you can participate by commenting. You can also view the worship (without commenting) here at our website.
Thank you for your grace and patience as we continue to navigate the changing landscape together. We welcome your questions and feedback at email@example.com.
We know how it feels to be anxious and overwhelmed in a world where it feels like so much is wrong.
The Bible says that God is love and that love drives out fear, but some people are afraid of God, or at least afraid of church. Can a church really be a spiritual community, one that is truly open to all, a place to learn and grow and find peace and make a difference?
At Zion UCC we are discovering that life is meaningful, even when it's not easy. We are finding our purpose as we respond to God's invitation to "do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with God” in ways big and small.
For us, this means that our connection to the Divine is intrinsically connected to how we treat other people and how we react to injustice in the world. Together we are growing deeper in our faith, more compassionate in our relationships, and bolder in our work to right wrongs. As we do this together, we really are finding lasting joy and participating in the healing of the world. And it will be even better if you join us. No matter who you are, or where you are on your journey, you are wanted here. Give us a chance to show you what a difference church can make for you.