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Church Facility Updates

It has been exciting to watch the building spring to life this fall. Kids are filling the building in Sunday school, confirmation, and youth group. Many of the local Scout groups are back having fun on Monday nights. Folks have been attending Bible studies and other fellowship events. The sounds of vocal and bell choirs fill the halls on Wednesday evenings. Zion is bustling! And now, as fall slowly slips away, we are fervently preparing for the winter season with

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High-top tables throughout the space provide additional areas to gather and enjoy your coffee and conversations.

Narthex Refresh

As part of Zion’s mission to help people experience the JOY of Christ by Celebrating on Sundays, Living God’s Call and Connecting with Care, Zion’s Council and Pastor Bahe created a new task force in the fall of 2022 called Refresh to Welcome. The overall goal of the task force is to create more updated and welcoming spaces throughout the building. Because we want to create a joyful, welcoming experience as soon as you walk in the doors, the task

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Confirmation group on the meditation trail

Meditation Trail

Are you aware of Zion’s meditation trail just to the south of our main parking lot? The trail has a new theme of “Peace “ for its second year, chosen by one of Zion’s confirmation groups (pictured). What perfect timing as the whole world seems to be searching for peace in our troubled world. Please take some time to find your own peace of mind by walking this trail and reading scriptures along the way. My personal favorite of these verses is

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Depicting God Through Time

Bob grew up in a Baptist missionary family, and spent his younger years in the Philippines, including two years in Japanese internment camps during WWII. My dad had me learn John 14:1-3 when we were standing in line for roll call in an internment camp. Do not let your hearts be troubled. Believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house there are many dwelling places. If it were not so, would I have told you that I

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