About

Zion Lutheran Church

 

Zion Lutheran Church is located in Garfield NJ. We are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, New Jersey Synod, Meadowlands Cluster. Zion was organized in 1919. We hold a belief that the church can and should make an impact in the community.

Our Address is 111 Midland Ave, Garfield, NJ 07026. The Main Church Phone is 973-546-9654. If you need to reach specific individuals, you’ll find the list below. For any general inquiries, send an email to info@ourzion.org

Who to contact:

Title Name Phone Email
Vice Pastor Rev. Janet Blair 646-321-3737 blairjem@cs.com
Deacon Jackie Matyasovski 973-366-5047 jcmatty1@gmail.com
Council President Jackie Matyasovski 973-366-5047 jcmatty1@gmail.com
Council Vice President Sarah Zadoroznyj
Council Secretary Barbara Lucas
Treasurer David Lucas 973-916-0857 Deltronz@aol.com

About OurZion.org

OurZion.org is operated by, but not specifically for Zion Lutheran Church, located in Garfield, NJ. We really want to be out there for all Christians. OurZion.org is a work in progress. It will be updated as regularly as possible by those dedicated to our shared mission.

We’re trying to keep the site as simple and as informative as possible. We aspire to attain a sense of community similar to that which we experience at the physical Zion.
Be sure to check the Calendar page for the latest happenings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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