A Prayer Labyrinth in the Church Garden is one of Zion’s special projects for its 250th anniversary. A small ground-breaking ceremony is being held tomorrow, Sunday, April 24th, following Sunday service at the church. Construction will start next week. The labyrinth is a simple, brick pathway through the garden area which symbolizes one’s spiritual journeyContinue reading “Prayer Labyrinth for 250!”
A recording of the ecumenical prayer service held at St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg, in which the Rev. Laura Marie Piotrowicz from St. John’s, Pastor Rick (our parish) and Pastor Tom Summers from St. Andrew’s Presbyterian church, provided the leadership. Members of Grace Lutheran, Zion Lutheran, St. John’s Anglican, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian and St.Continue reading “Prayers for Peace”
Hello everyone! Hope you are all safe in the weather we are having. This week, we are doing something a bit different. Thanks to the leadership of Julie over at St. Paul’s church in Bridgewater, all of the churches in the Atlantic Ministry Area are providing a joint on-line service. Multiple folks from multiple congregationsContinue reading “Worship for Jan. 30”
Since the churches of Lunenburg cannot worship together for Good Friday this year, we have again put together a video Good Friday service. And since Zion was going to host the service this time, we are using the Lutheran liturgy to form our prayers. Peace be with you all.
Below is the liturgy used by the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish on Sunday, February 14th. This year this date is the last Sunday of the season of Epiphany, which brings to a close the time of “enlightening” (which is what “epiphany” means), and we prepare to enter the season of Lent (more on that later!). WeContinue reading “Worship for February 14, 2021”
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”
Hi everyone. This week, we are doing something rather different. Because we are no longer stuck in our buildings for worship, this week’s service is a joint venture between the congregations of the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish (Zion in Lunenburg and Grace in First South), the Rose Bay Parish (St. Matthew’s in Rose Bay), and St.Continue reading “Worship for the Home, with a twist!”