WELCOME TO ZION

A family-friendly congregation We are a congregation of 350 confirmed, communing members that builds its life in the Ministry of Word and Sacrament. From there, we reach out to our community and our members with ministries of education, fellowship and service. Pastor Cindy White’s greetings.

WORSHIP WITH US

Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 9 am Saturday worship is a relaxed service with a blend of contemporary and traditional music. Communion is offered the fourth Saturday of the month. A food & fellowship time follows the service. Sunday worship is a traditional Lutheran service with Communtion offered each week. Both services are online.

CONNECT WITH US

Building positive relationships A church is not a building. It is people coming together to worship and serve God. We believe in building relation-ships, helping  our members connect with God and with each other. You can connect with us here and with our latest Facebook and YouTube posts, YTIcon facebookicon

Zion Lutheran Church, 101 Greenwood Street, Tamaqua, PA 18252
570-668-2180     zionlcof@verizon.net     Directions
Office hours: Monday and Wednesday, Noon to 5 p.m.;
Tuesday and Thursday,  8 .m. to 1 p.m.
 
PRAYER REQUESTS
WORSHIP SERVICES ONLINE
MAUDY THURSDAY BULLETIN
GOOD FRIDAY BULLETIN
TODAY’S THOUGHT
MARCH-APRIL 2020 NEWSLETTER
2019 ANNUAL REPORT

Morning Prayer online

Beginning Tuesday, March 24, Zion Lutheran Church in Tamaqua will offer at 10-minute Morning Prayer live streamed video on it’s Facebook page and website weekdays at 9 a.m.

The Rev. Cindy White will read a selected Bible verse and offer a brief message or song.

Morning Prayer is meant to help Tamaqua area residents deal with the coronavirus situation requiring people to stay home as much as possible.

Individuals with specific prayer requests can email those requests to Pastor White between 8:30 and 8:55 a.m. each morning at zionlutheranrev@gmail.com.

Morning Prayer will be recorded and available on the Zion Facebook page and website.

Zion Lutheran schedule changes

The Wednesday mid-week Lenten services have been cancelled until further notice.

There will be no public worship services until further notice. Pastor Cindy White will be officiating an online worship services Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. Those services can be seen on the Zion Facebook page and website live and recorded.

Confirmation class meets through ZOOM. Sunday School lessons area offered Sundays. The Adult Discussion group is not currently meeting.
 
 
Storytime online
Zion Christian Ed director Michael Haspe shares short readings during Lent highlighting Jesus’ journey to the Cross. Join Michael Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. on the Zion Facebook page and website.
 

The Tie That Binds

We are going to try a little get together on ZOOM Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. You will use the link below to join the meeting. We suggest that you download ZOOM to your computer or phone before the meeting and test it.

You will be able to see others in the group if they have a camera on the computer or if they are using their cell phone. So you will want to test both your camera and build-in microphone.

This will be a time to chat, pray and sing.

George Taylor is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Email him at gtay200@verizon.net for the link to the gathering.

DIAPER DEPOT GUIDELINES
PENNSYLVANIA DIAPER FACTS
DONATE TO DIAPER DEPOT
CANCELLED
Pie & Candy sale
STAY CONNECTED
With Zion’s cell phone and tablet app
ZION DIGITAL DIRECTORY
Register online

Dedication of the People’s Pantry on God’s Work, Our Hands Sunday

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CAMPAIGN VIDEO
MEMBER MESSAGES
CAMPAIGN GIFT FORM
“Preserving the Past; Ensuring the Future” explains Phase 2 of the exterior restoration project under way at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tamaqua, Pa. Those wishing to make a contribution to the project can send their gift to Zion Evangelical Church, c/o Darlene Fetterman, 101 North Greenwood Street, Tamaqua, PA. 18252. A gift form is available for download here.
 

‘Preserving the Past; Ensuring the Future’