We worship and praise God for what God has done for us in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. We at Zion Lutheran Church use the church year to help form us spiritually as disciples of Jesus.
We use the church year because each season gives us a different perspective of how God established a relationship with us and calls us to discipleship in Jesus.
Our once a month worship has an interactive style that is based upon our worship structure of gathering, word, meal, and sending and is all projected. The worship includes spoken liturgy, scriptures, Holy Communion, chants, videos and includes a discussion sermon based upon the gospel reading. The worship is a more relaxed worship approach but still God centered
To help you walk your Spiritual Path we offer Labyrinths to deepen your relationship with God. The two different labyrinths we offer are an indoor Santa Rosa Labyrinth and an outdoor Cretan Labyrinth.
Lutherans form the Christian person through worship, catechesis, and individual prayer. Praying the Lutheran rosary which is based upon the six chief parts of the Catechism gives us an opportunity to combine catechesis and individual prayer. For more details on the actual form check out the ELCA website.