Re-opening with care

As businesses around us slowly start to re-open, and it seems that the world is slowly beginning to turn again, we recognize the need to move with caution.  Early in this pandemic, places of worship were among some well-documented and carefully studied “super-spreader” events, in which many people became ill. ...

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Virtual Resources

Even when our building is closed, our ministry continues! Until recently, we have not been offering in-person worship services or holding regular office hours during this Covid-19 (coronavirus) quarantine period. However, even when we can’t meet like we used to, we are still providing essential spiritual experiences through the miracles...

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Installation of Pastor Tyler

Sunday, February 9 at 9:30 am On Sunday, February 9, Pastor Tyler will be formally installed at Mt Zion by Bishop Paul D Erickson, presiding bishop of the Greater Milwaukee Synod. There will be only one service that day at 9:30, so that all can participate in installing and welcoming...

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Mt Zion welcomes new pastor Jan 8

The Rev. Tyler D. Rasmussen has accepted Mt Zion’s call to be our new pastor! He will be starting his ministry with us on January 8, 2020. Be sure to come to his first services on Sunday, January 12 at 8:30 and 10:45. A sixth generation Iowan of German, English,...

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Christmas 2019 at Mt Zion

As always, this year Mt Zion offers many different ways to add to our joy in preparation and celebration of the birth of Jesus. Christmas Has a Heart Sunday, December 8 @ 9:40 am (between services) Shop the marketplace to support local charities and find out more about how they...

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Putting God’s house in order

Putting God’s House in Order is the theme for our stewardship drive to raise money for 2020.  We’re working with a program recommended by our synod called “Stewardship for All Seasons”.  One of the great things about this program is that it encourages us to shift from a mindset of...

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