Zion's students, teachers, & staff come together before the Lord's altar - that primary place where He showers His gifts in Word & Sacrament to His beloved ones. Today we consider Jesus' 3rd resurrection appearance. At first, those who He loved didn't recognize Him. But He persistently revealed Himself to them... AND CONTINUES TO DO THAT TO US! We consider these facts in today's chapel service.
Zion's students, teachers, & staff come together to hear the Good News that Christ is risen from the dead! Pr. Julian LaMie of St. John Lutheran is our guest preacher today. Two Easter hymns are sung and the account of Jesus, Thomas, & the other 10 apostles is read from John, chapter 20.
Zion's students, teachers, & staff come together for the midweek chapel service. Today we consider Jesus' Transfiguration & what that means to us. Certainly, it was FAR more than "just a retreat" on a mountaintop! Reading from Scripture is Luke 9:28-36.
Zion's students, teachers, & staff come together to hear the Word of God and rejoice in their status as Redeemed Ones of God, Himself! This week's guest pastor is Pr. Julian LeMie of St. John Lutheran, Beecher.
Zion's school students, faculty, & staff gather to hear the timeless, errorless Word of God. In today's chapel, we'll consider "signs" - those of this world, and those from heaven. The Scripture reading is John 2:1-11.
Zion's students, faculty, & staff come together for their midweek chapel service. Pr. Craig Meissner of Immanuel Lutheran, Steger, is our guest preacher today. We also observe Baptismal birthdays for those Baptized in the month of December.
The members of Zion and Sts. Paul & John Lutheran churches worship together in our third of three special midweek advent services. Today's sermon is entitled "Healing Light" under the overall theme of these services - "Arise and Shine." Pr. Ron Rock is this week's preacher.
Zion's school students, faculty, & staff worship the Lord the day before their Thanksgiving break begins. We consider this holiday that is often known for "overindulgence!" Scripture to be read is Luke 12:13-21.