Hello everyone. Our National Bishop, Susan Johnson, is encouraging us to a 4-year effort toward Spiritual Renewal. To that end, with the pick up in activity in our Fall season, she is asking us to join her in a year of reading the Bible. Each day, a couple verses and a couple questions will beContinue reading “Reading the Bible”
The Council of Zion has put the following video together to help members understand how our Sunday services will look for the next while. As we all know, things can change, and they can change in a hurry. But for the present, this is the direction we will be taking. We look forward to seeingContinue reading “Getting Ready – What our Gatherings will Look Like”
We are in the process of planning. We are exploring what it will look like. We are examining our options. We are listening to experts. We’re not “there” yet, but we’re on the way. So, as a way to prepare yourself, take a look at the poster below. It was prepared by our colleague, PastorContinue reading “Getting Ready for Public Worship”
As we begin the process of preparing to resume in-person worship, here are a few thoughts from our Eastern Synod Bishop, Michael Pryse. Peace be with you all!
Did you notice that? Easter came! In spite of Covid-19, in spite of lock downs, in spite of restricted travel and “social distancing” and confusion and cabin fever and no public gatherings in church (or anywhere else for that matter), Jesus showed up, and brought New Life with him. Sure, it’s different. Yes, adjustments neededContinue reading “Easter!”
This is a very different Holy Week this year. So, we are doing things differently. Below is a link to the video which our Lunenburg Ministerial Association put together for Good Friday. We had originally planned to hold a joint, ecumenical service at St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg this year. Since that is notContinue reading “Good Friday”
Welcome to Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lunenburg! My name is Rick Pryce, and I am the pastor of Zion. And we are in “Interesting Times” right now, aren’t we? Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are not able to hold public services until the Public Health officials of the province tell us it isContinue reading “Hello!”