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Christmas celebrations at Zion

Christmas eve
Join us on Christmas Eve as the final culmination of our Advent and Christmas Season.  Come see Jesus, witness his presence through candle light, prayer, hymns and the celebration of Holy Communion - the meal where Jesus is truly present in the Bread and the Wine.

To go back and watch our worship from Christmas Eve, click the images below.  Merry Christmas!

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Advent is the Season that leads us to Christmas - the celebration of God coming into our world as one of us.  Advent is spent watching and waiting.  For while we on the coming of Jesus, we also celebrate that he has come and remains with us.  Advent is a time when we search for Jesus in our world, in your life.

Advent and Christmas at a Glance

Advent 1 Begins the weekend of November 26

Join us for worship on Saturdays at 5 p.m.

and on Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.


Wednesdays in Advent - Waiting on the Lord

Dinner at 6 p.m. and Evening Prayer at 7 p.m.

Children’s Activity at 7pm

Every Wednesday in Lent starting November 30 - December 21


Family Advent Event on December 9 at 6 p.m.

Christmas Pageant on December 18 at 6:30 p.m.


Christmas Eve

Family Worship at 4 p.m.

Candlelight with Handbells at  7 p.m.

Candlelight with Orchestra and Choir at 10:30 p.m.

Christmas Day at 10 a.m. on Facebook and Youtube

(no in-person worship this day)

Click here to participate in our Christmas Day Worship


So how do we talk about Advent?  Better yet, why do we need to bother with Advent when the rest of the world wants to usher in the celebration and not watch and wait?  Dr. Mark Oldenburg put together a presentation a few years ago to help congregations, pastors, and individuals help put the pieces together and answer these questions.

Prayer and Worship on Wednesday Nights
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December tends to be a very busy time for people all trying to get ready for Christmas.  However, how many of us actually take time to spiritually ready ourselves for Christmas?  Throughout the month of December and season of Advent, we will gather for dinner at 6pm and worship and worship at 7pm.  You can participate either in-person or virtually.  The theme for these Wednesday night gatherings is the Hymns of Advent.  Each night, we will explore a particular hymn by looking at the history of the hymn, the biography of the writers, and theology embedded in the words.  

Wednesday Advent
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*These little gifts make the perfect stocking stuffer or the perfect gift for the person who already has everything!
ELCA Good Gifts gives people in developing countries the tools necessary for school supplies, vaccines and farm animals. 

Here is how it works: Pick an ornament off the tree (Located in the chapel) and either visit or drop à
check/cash in the offering plate (Make sure you mark that it is for ELCA Good Gifts).

100% of the proceeds to the good gifts program goes directly to the people who need them. 

The Good Gifts Tree

Let our kids teach us the story at our annual Christmas Pageant


Performance will be Sunday, January 8 at 6:30pm

Rehearsals scheduled for December 8 and 15
from 6-7pm

A little bit about the pageant...What happens when kids show up to perform a traditional Christmas Pageant…in their Halloween costumes?! That’s what happens in this contemporary spin on a traditional nativity play. It’s up their youth director to improvise her way through the story of Jesus’ birth in a hilarious and heartfelt way that connects biblical figures with modern day superheroes, villains, and more. In the end, everyone learns that perhaps being a little bit “mixed-up” is something we can all rejoice in.

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Christmas pageant
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