Who is this service for? EVERYONE!...you...your neighbor...extended family...kids...me....God
What Can I expect when I arrive? You will be Greeted at the door as you enter the building. Masks are optional and available in adult and child sizes. Hand sanitizer is also available at the doors.
Are Bathrooms available? There are two bathrooms- one handicap accessible with a fold down changing table available on the main floor. Two bathrooms available on the lower level with a changing table in the nursery (extra diapers and wipes found here).
Will there be an Offering collected? Non-perishable (non-expired) food items will be collected for the G-E-T food pantry. Online and in-person monetary offerings will be accepted to live out Zion's mission to share the Good News & Love of Jesus Christ in the world. Loose offerings go to support the "Good Samaritan" Fund which supports people in need in the Galesville community. We also have a jar to support kids atending faith emersion experiences at Bible Camp.
Can I do anything to help out with the service? You can make a luminary to add to the side walk leading up to Zion. You can keep other participants, Pastor Joe Iverson and Worship Leaders in prayer. Contact Amanda Jennamen in the office if you would like to be a volunteer for any of the 2 Christmas Eve Services (4:30pm and 7:30pm) or Christmas Day Dec. 25th 9:00am.
What precautions are being taken for COVID-19? Masks are option. Those who are feeling sick over have a fever are asked to remain home. Online giving is a great option. Child and adult size masks will be available at the main points of entry. There will be an oniline worship service available Christmas Day on our website and Facebook page.
Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me.” Not only are we called to teach children how to worship, we are advised by Jesus to learn from children as well. Children contribute to a worship experience through their spontaneity, receptivity, thanksgiving, simplicity, enthusiasm, hope, self-giving love, and the freedom of their physical and emotional responses. Yes, we can learn much from children.