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Second Sunday in Lent
February 27th & 28th, 2021
1:17:22
First Sunday in Lent
February 20th & 21st, 2021
59:24
Tranfiguration of Our Lord
February 13th & 14th, 2021
41:47
5th Sunday After Epiphany
February 6th & 7th, 2021
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2021 Midweek Lent Worship:


Join us for worship at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3. When the characters in the Passion narrative look at Jesus, what do they see? Our Lenten series this year, based on the Gospel of St. Mark, will examine how the various people around Jesus viewed Him—and how we should view Him. We will “fix our eyes” on what Jesus has done to save us from our sins by His holy, precious blood and innocent sufferings and death, and celebrate what God sees on account of His work: our justification for His sake.

Midweek two, March 3, “Sleepy Eyes” - In Gethsemane, Jesus’ inner circle of Peter, James, and John can’t keep their eyes open to watch and pray with Jesus for even an hour, while Jesus comes to see that His Father’s will is that He drink the cup of God’s wrath when He comes to the “hour” of His suffering.
2021 Lent Midweek Worship
Join us for midweek Lent worship on Wednesday’s at 7:00 p.m. to learn about the Eyes on Jesus:
Feb. 17Ash WednesdayMisjudging EyesPastor Mitteis
Feb. 24Midweek 1Betraying EyesPastor Mitteis
Mar. 3Midweek 2Sleepy EyesPastor Schnaare
Mar. 10Midweek 3Denying EyesPastor Mitteis
Mar. 17Midweek 4Murderous EyesJess Biermann
Mar. 24Midweek 5Worldly EyesPastor Schnaare
Apr. 1Maundy ThursdayMore than Meets the EyePastor Girardin
Apr. 2Good FridayGod’s EyesPastor Mitteis
Apr. 3Holy SaturdayResting EyesPrayer Vigil
Apr. 4Easter SundayAngel EyesPastor Mitteis

Sunday School Continues!


Join us for Sunday School this week and following! The Early Childhood and Elementary classes are starting a new unit of study this week beginning with the Israelites on their journey to the promised land. You can join us virtually with lessons posted on our Facebook group:facebook.com/groups/2929378880495711 or via Zoom at 9:30am on Sunday for the adult class (Zoom ID #392-337-129). We also hope to restart in-person classes for all ages (3 year old to adult) in person on Sunday, January 17. If you would like materials for your child(ren) to use at home please contact Rachel Mosser (rachel.mosser@zion-school.org).
God’s blessings as you study His Word this season!

ZOOM Bible Studies

New to ZOOM? Learn how to sign up for free or contact Mr. Miller
for more information about joining an online bible study.
Sunday Morning Bible Study:
"God's Word for Today"

Mr. Miller would like the congregation to know Sunday Morning Bible Study continues in-person at 9:30am in the school cafeteria and simultaneously on Zoom using ID#392-337-129. Currently, we are examining three minor prophets of the Old Testament - Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah. The study guide is available in the link below. Paper copies are distributed in class. Not attending Bible Class? Now is a good time to start!


Download the Current Sunday Bible Study:
CPH Obadiah, Jonah, Micah

Zion's Community Fundraiser

In an effort to help the community, Zion Lutheran is selling shirts as a fundraiser. 100% of proceeds from the shirt profits are being used to purchase gift cards from local restaurants. These gift cards will then be given to our community front line workers including employees at our hospital, doctor's offices, senior living residences, and first responders...
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Private Prayer & Sacrament

Due to public worship on hold, private prayer and sacrament with the pastor will be made available by appointment during these hours:
Wednesdays10-12am,4-8pm
Thursday10-12am,4-6pm
Sundays4-7pm
The morning sessions will be offered in pastor's office in the parish center. Afternoon and evening sessions will be located in the sanctuary. Assisting the afternoon and evening sessions will be one of our Zion elders. Members interested in meeting with pastor should call the church office or pastor in advance to be scheduled.

The situation of this epidemic is dynamic; new announcements, new changes continue to unfold far beyond even our imagination. Yet our confidence is in our gracious and loving God. His promise given in Psalm 91 to all who abide in Him is to keep you in all your ways. By the Spirit's guidance, our careful, wise thinking and decisions mindful of the best care of our congregation's members, the ministry of Zion Lutheran will be served well in the coming days. To God be the Glory!

~ Pastor Kelly G Mitteis, Zion Board of Elders, Administrative Council of Zion

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Zion Lutheran Church
311 South Elm Street
Staunton, Illinois
Zion Lutheran Church is a part
of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.