Learn more about serving at Zion.
Some of the ministry opportunities for adults at Zion are listed below. You can also use our menu to the right to identify groups based on interest. If you'd like to contact a group coordinator, please use the button below to contact the church office to be put in touch with them.
May 21st Congregational Meeting Election Candidates
Board of Christian Education/School(3)
Board of Disciplenship/Church Growth
Board of Missions
Board of Parish Education
Board of Social Ministry
Board of Youth
*(n) Represents the number of spaces available for election.
Thank you to the Nominating Committee and to all who have volunteered to serve!
Acolytes serve as assistants to the Pastor during the various Sunday morning and evening worship services, as well as the mid-week services. They bear the cross, light the candles, help with collection of the offerings, etc. To be trained, contact the church office.
The Altar Guild provides spiritual, behind the scenes service to our Lord by preparing the Eucharist for each worship service.
The lawn care group cares for the grounds of the church by mowing, trimming, and edging once a week from March through mid-November, and on an "as needed" basis at other times during the year. Currently there are six teams of mowers consisting of at least two members, and a schedule is prepared to assign teams to specific dates.
Lutheran Braille Workers
The group creates, packs, and mails Braille Gospel, Lent/Easter Hymn Books, and the Book of Luke, making it possible for thousands of blind and visually impaired people throughout the world to touch and read for themselves the promies of Jesus. Meets the first, third, and fifth Wednesday of the month from 9:30-11:30 am.
The Daylighters are sponsored by the LWML (Lutheran Women's Missionary League) and participate in a Bible study, which is the main activity. The group does several service projects a year and each month contributes to the LWML mites. The Daylighters welcome and encourage all women of the church to join them. You do not have to be active in the LWML to participate. Meets the second and fourth Monday from 9:30-11:00 am in Trinity Hall. For information please contact Gaby Perkowski,
The Moonlighters are sponsored by the LWML (Lutheran Women's Missionary League) and meet for fellowship, Bible study, and service. Meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm.
P4Z (Pray For Zion)
An hour is spent praying for the ministers, staff, teachers, and teacher's aides of Zion. Prayers are also said for the people listed in the bulletin, missionaries, Zion members in the armed forces, and personal family members. Bring a Bible... the group looks up verses to get to know God on a more personal level! It is amazing how quickly this hour goes by! Meets Thursdays at 10:00 am.
The Zion Quilters have a long history of supporting the quilt project for Lutheran World Relief. At church they usually work on assembling the tied quilts consisting of back, filler, and pieced tops which have been cut, assembled, and stitched at home. Most of the supplies are donated. The work requires only basic sewing skills and is an enjoyable group project. Meets every Thursday from 10:30 am to noon.
Sunday School Teachers
Sunday School teachers volunteer their time to teach adult or children's classes. Anyone interested in teaching a children's or youth Sunday School class must go through the volunteer screening process, which includes a criminal background check. Classes are taught Sundays from 9:15-10:15 am.
Ushers perform various duties to help church services run smoothly and to help visitors feel comfortable. They assist by greeting people, distributing bulletins, helping parishioners in finding seats, collecting the offering, directing people for communion, etc.
Vacation Bible School Volunteers
Vacation Bible School volunteers help as both site leaders and small group leaders. Anyone interested in volunteering with our Vacation Bible School program must go through the volunteer screening process, which includes a criminal background check.
Youth Ministry Volunteers
Volunteers assist leaders of youth activities by building relationships with the students and monitoring activities for safety. Volunteers may also help with the planning of games, activities, and devotions, if interested. Anyone interested in volunteering in our youth ministry must go through the volunteer screening process, which includes a criminal background check.