Let us Introduce Ourselves

A Brief History

Mt. Zion Lutheran Church was the first Lutheran Congregation in Richland County, established shorty after the the War of 1812.  Its members have worshipped in log cabins and two sanctuaries on the present site.

We are a people of rich tradition, as well as a diversity of ages, backgrounds, and faiths.  We are a people who welcome new faces and families, and encourage people of all walks of life to live as Christ would have us walk.

We are a member of the largest Protestant church in the world, presently affiliated with the North American Lutheran Church.  The current membership of the congregation is around 110, with an average attendance on Sunday morning around 70.  We worship with a variety of settings, which help to keep our experiences active and our faith alive.

We are glad you came to visit us and hope we can assist you in your faith walk with God.



Community Thanksgiving Service

Tuesday, November 21st, Mt. Zion will host the Lucas Area Ministers Association community Thanksgiving Service at 7pm.  Mt. Zion will provide the hors d' oeuvres and deserts prior to the service starting at 6pm.  Mt. Zion members please see the sign up sheet on the bulletin board outside the church secretary office. 

Special Congregational Meeting

Sunday, November 26th following the service, there will be a special congregational meeting to vote on changes to the church constitution and gain approval for the new sanctuary sound system.

"A Journey To Bethlehem"

Calling all Mt. Zion Families: We are taking a Journey to Bethlehem on Saturday December 2.  Experience the sights and sounds that Joseph and Mary may have experienced as they journeyed to Bethlehem.  Some of the activities of the journey include registering for taxation, just as Mary and Joseph did, and experiencing the Bethlehem marketplace. Participants will also meet biblical characters and share a fireside with shepherds and their flocks.  The journey ends with a live Nativity scene and refreshments.  We will caravan fromn the church to Walnut Creek, meeting at 3pm.  The journey takes about 2 hours with some walking and riding on horse drawn wagons.  It is fun for the entire family and it's free.  A great way to kick off Advent!  For more information visit:  http://cometowalnutcreekohio.com/event/journey-to-bethlehem/


God's Chisel

Please check out our Links section for a great video entitled "God's Chisel"

We are certain you will get something out of it! 

Please, share it with a friend, too.

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