Entries by Brinkley Harrell

Epiphany Building Update

February 2017 Construction Update Here we are half way through February and construction continues. We thought you’d like an update of what’s happened: -Work continues on the sanctuary and narthex. One of the many things happening this week is that we’ve had people installing some beautiful hardwood flooring in the chancel (altar and pulpit) and […]

Christmas Eve Hospitality

Christmas Eve is our most attended worship service of the year.  One of the most important things we can do is to show hospitality and welcome to everyone that comes through our doors to worship the Christ child. We invite you to greet everyone that you come in contact with, not just the people you […]

2017 Stewardship

2016 has been a year of Celebrating Generosity!  We give God thanks for the many ways in which you have been so generous in making ministry happen at Zion Lutheran Church. The month of October has been focused on our financial stewardship at Zion.  We’ve shared a series of videos in worship about how our […]

Medical Mission Trip

One of our outreach ministries at Zion is with a girls home in Rural Southwestern Honduras called Project Talitha Cumi.  Zion has been working with them for some years and will be returning there November 5-12. This trip will be a medical resupply of the Project Talitha Cumi clinic, which we have stocked the last […]

God’s Work at Zion

One of the joys of being a pastor is seeing signs of God’s goodness in lots of different places.  I thought I’d share some signs of God’s Spirit stirring here at Zion over the last few weeks. -We’ve met our challenge grant!!  As was announced in worship last week, we had a family step forward […]

Stephen Ministry

Today’s blog is by Dave Newman, one our Stephen Leaders. Zion IS a Stephen Ministry Church In 1993, Zion became a Stephen Ministry Church. The original prayer was for an ongoing ministry that could prepare lay members to better care for their hurting peers. Through the years, Stephen Ministry has done that…and much more! Stephen […]