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Listening for God's Promises 
Join us for the 40-day season of Lent as we wonder and wander together at Zion. Worship invites us to dig into the promises of God, and small groups are offered for book discussion, kids and family time, youth music and more!  Find out more on our Lent at Zion page and Lent Book Study page. 
Dwelling in the Word
Thursday's, February 25, March 11, March 25, April 8, April 22
10:30 a.m. | Join via Zoom HERE
Please join us as we delve into the Scripture for this coming Sunday through reading, listening, and asking simple questions of the text.



Set Free to Do Justice
Sunday, March 7 | 4:00 p.m. | Join via Zoom HERE
Lutheran Day on the Hill, sponsored by Lutheran Services of Iowa and the three Iowa ELCA synods, is one way that we can work toward the common good. The event will take place virtually this year on March 11, 2021, from 9:30 to 11:30 am. Zion members Maggie Atkinson and Steve Panther will discuss their experiences in attending previous Lutheran Day on the Hill events.

You are invited to join the Afternoon Book Group via Zoom on the third Wednesday of the month.  Upcoming books that will be discussed are:

March 17 -The Rent Collector by Camron Wright

April 21 - Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

May 19 - Caste: the origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson (limited copies available; if you have a copy to share please contact Sue). 

Contact Sue if you have questions and for the Zoom link to join.

Ministry Open--Worship Space Open for Prayer and Meditation
From the start of the pandemic shut down of our building, we have stressed that our ministry is still open. God's presence in the world will never be contained--not by buildings or even, ever, fully by us! But the length and depth and breadth of this time Together/Apart is wearying. Prayer and meditation are important tools for restoring our souls and refueling our days. If you would like to schedule time for prayer, meditation or simply resting in God's presence in the worship space or the chapel at Zion, you are encouraged to do so. Please contact the office
( to let us know exactly when you'd like to stop by, so we can support everyone's efforts to physical distance and stay safe, and so we can be sure the door will be opened for you.

Please wear a mask in and around the building, and know you are also welcome to bring meditative hymns or music on your phone or other device, if you like.