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Activities for Adults

Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.
Hebrews 10:25


At Zion we try to provide people with a variety of ways to learn about and serve their Savior, develop meaningful Christian relationships, and share the Good News of Christ with others in their community.  Sometimes this means an opportunity to simply share some food and conversation.  At Zion we are a Christian family.  We care for each other, and we care for those who may not know about Jesus.  Read on to learn about some regularly scheduled activities and groups we offer to help you build relationships and serve others.  (Additional fellowship opportunities occur throughout the year.)  Note that for some of the groups you may be able to click on the title for additional information.  Also, due to the coronavirus pandemic this year some activities may not be taking place.  Contact the church office with any questions. 

Choir (not currently meeting due to coronavirus)

Zion's adult choir meets seasonally and is open to all Zion members.  The choir typically sings for the Christmas and Easter services and occasionally for other worship services also.  The hour-long practices are usually held weekly during the school year.  You don't need perfect pitch or a soloist's voice to be in our choir, just a love for singing and--most importantly--a love for praising our Lord!

Christ - Coffee - Coloring

Join us at Zion in the lower-level fellowship area on the second Saturday of the month at 8:30 a.m. for Christ - Coffee - Coloring.  We begin our morning with devotion, followed by coffee, coloring (Christian-themed adult coloring pages), and conversation.  Start your morning in the Word, and then exercise your creative side while you get to know others in the faith.


Dorcas Society

The Dorcas Society is a group for women of Zion.  The purpose of this group is to help women grow spiritually through Bible study, to serve the church and others with their deeds and offerings, and to build each other up through fellowship.  In Acts 10:36 the Bible says, "In Joppa there was a disciple named Tabitha (which, when translated, is Dorcas), who was always doing good and helping the poor."  Zion's Dorcas Society is named after this woman.  The Dorcas Society meets monthly, except during the winter months.  This meeting typically includes devotion, prayer, presentations, and a fellowship time with refreshments.


Doughnut Days (not currently taking place due to coronavirus)

Come to Zion on any given Sunday and you may hear a child whisper to his parents, "Is it doughnut day today?"  The second Sunday of each month between services we provide doughnuts and beverages in our gathering space.  Plan to stay a few extra minutes after the early worship service--or come a few minutes early before Sunday School and Adult Bible Class--to enjoy some good food and conversation.  This is a time where we can catch up on what's going on in each other's lives, and it is a favorite of children and adults alike.

Lenten Suppers

The six weeks prior to Easter each year is called "Lent."  During the Lenten season Zion has midweek Lent services on Wednesdays.  These services offer a chance to reflect upon the love that God has for us, and what it meant for him to offer his Son as our substitute.  Prior to the evening services we hold Lenten suppers, open to anyone who wishes to come.  We understand that it can be difficult to have a stressful day at work, pick up the kids, get homework done, cook supper, and come to church on a Wednesday night.  We hope that providing this meal makes it a little easier for our families to come and worship.  It gives you a chance to spend some time with your family--and your extended family of fellow Christians--and let someone else do the cooking for a change!  Look for more information about our Lenten suppers as the season of Lent draws closer.

Serving Our Savior click for more info

Serving Our Savior is a ladies organization that is part of the Dorcas Society, dedicated to serving our Savior and our church.  Serving our Savior is organized into nine major areas of service.  Each area of service has multiple activities.  Interested members of Zion can volunteer for an activity, and they will not be responsible for anything but that one activity.  Members may, however, choose as many activities as they would like.  The commitment is for one year.  Each area of service has a Coordinator who will ensure that there is guidance for all activities and that they will be accomplished in a timely fashion.  If you are interested in serving, contact the church office.