On Sunday, April 14, 2019, Pastor David dedicated two new beautiful banners for the sanctuary given in memory of Kenneth Bormann by the family. Thank you!
On Saturday, April 6, we had a work day at Zion Thanks to all who could help. Many hands make faster work!
Thank you to the family of Delores Stratmeyer for providing new paraments for the altars. Delores was a faithful member of Zion UCC and she is greatly missed.
On March 24, 2019 the congregation showed support for Jessie Bremer Konemann and family with JessieStrong Day! Jessie shared her testimony regarding her health struggles and her message of hope and her faith in God and His plan. Many of those attending were wearing their blue #jessiestrong t shirts. All proceeds from the purchase of these shirts has been donated to the American Heart Association. If you would like to purchase a shirt, you can contact Zion Church for information.
Zion UCC began a prayer shawl ministry in 2010. Since that time, prayer shawls have been given to people in need of prayer and comfort. Thank you ladies for sharing your talent!
Church Officer were installed Feb. 3, 2019
President, Laura Sielbeck; Vice President, Rick Teckenbrock; Treasurer, Linda Wetzel; Secretary, Ronnie Douglas; Member at Large, Phillip Dummeier
President, June Sielbeck; Treasurer, Linda Wetzel; Secretary, Linda Windhorst
Lester Korte, Brad Meinders, Rick Teckenbrock
Pastor David’s children’s message on January 27, 2019 referred to how we are all pieces of a puzzle….each puzzle piece is important for the complete picture. We must all work together to accomplish those tasks God calls us to complete.
Kris, Aubrey, Attie and Caroline Jones lighting our 4th candle of Advent
Sunday School Christmas Program “Christmas Hope”
Aaron, Sarah and Landon May lighting the 3rd Advent candle
Members went caroling and spent time with some special people in our congregation!
Zach, Kylie and Gavin Plant lighting the 2nd candle of Advent
June Sielbeck and Treila Krueger delivered gifts collected by Zion UCC members to Kindercottage
On the first Sunday of Advent the Douglas Family lit the first candle of Advent. Pictured are Rachel, Georgia, Lydia and Matthew
Christmas Family Night…fierce competition during the “Peanut Stab” game
On Oct 28 our church family enjoyed fellowship at our pavilion for the Fall Festival. Thank you to the Bormann family for the chili!
We were blessed with a full choir this past Sunday singing
“Just a Little Talk With Jesus”
On September 8, 2018 we celebrated our church members in the “over 70” club with lunch and entertainment from The Soup Group! It was a fun event of good food, good fellowship and great music! Thanks to all who helped with the luncheon!
Congratulations to Rev. and Mrs. Russell Miller on their 67th wedding anniversary, Sept. 2, 2018
Rev. Miller is our Pastor Emeritus
Church Outing to Southern Illinois Miners Game
We were blessed with special music Sunday, Aug. 5 from Brenden Evers and Addyson Evans. Thank you to these young people sharing their talents!
Pastor David and the children amid all the Polar Blast decorations Sunday, July 22
Zion is hosing VBS with the theme of Polar Blast….take a look at these hand-made decorations! AMAZING! Thanks to all who have worked so hard!
Each Friday in the month of July, Zion UCC is responsible for serving lunch to children at the Metropolis City Pool….thank you to our volunteers!
An afternoon at Lake of Egypt hosted by the Douglas family
On June 10, 2018 Georgia Rene’ Douglas was baptized. She is daughter of Rachel and Matthew Douglas and the little sister of Lydia Douglas.
On Sunday, June 3, we gathered at the church pavilion to celebrate our Mothers, Fathers and families with a cookout and fellowship….what a beautiful evening God provided!
Ladies at Chonda Pierce Show
Our Confirmation Class, 2018
Work day at the church with crews inside and outside…March 10. 2018
Pastor David and the children discussing the season of Lent (not Lint)
Zion United Church of Christ began the Prayer Shawl Ministry in 2010. Since that time, prayer shawls have been given to people in need of prayer and comfort.