In The News – 3/17/2013

Mar 17, 2013   //   by zike   //   General, Zion's Blog  //  No Comments

Zion is pleased to welcome Pastor David Basset to the pulpit.

Loaves and Fishes received the good news that their Non-Profit status was reinstated. Their next board meeting is April 4.

Zion’s new council meets tomorrow – Monday, March 18 – at 7:00pm. Thank you to Barbara, Ted and Mike for continuing for another term on council, and thank you to Linda and Ellen for volunteering to be our new alternates. Joan, Eubie, and Leah Ann are in the second year of their term, and Dave remains treasurer. Next Sunday we will find out who was elected President and Secretary at the meeting.

Lutheran Day at Great Adventure is scheduled for Monday, July 1. Please speak to Barbara Lucas if you would like tickets.

This Wednesday will be the last mid-week worship at Ellen’s House. Holy Week worship is as follows:
Palm Sunday, 9:00am, Pr. Paul Brndjar
Maundy Thursday, 7:30pm, Pr. Paul Nordeen
Good Friday, 7:30pm, Pr. Arnd Braun Storck
Easter Sunday, 9:00am, Pr. Arnd Braun Storck

Today (Sunday)

9:00am

Worship
 11:30am Spanish Ministry
Tuesday

8:00pm

NA Meeting
Wednesday

7:30pm

Worship @ Ellen’s
Thursday

7:00pm

Spanish Ministry
Friday

8:00pm

NA Meeting
Sunday (3/24)

9:00am

Worship –Supply Pastor: Pr. David Basset

Altar Guild: Jackie Matyasovski

Communion Asst: Lisa Grohsman

Reader: Jackie Matyasovski

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