Currently, and for the forseeable future, worship will also be offered online. Videos of our worship services and printable orders of worship are available on our "In-Home Worship" page (click here). Services for each Sunday are usually available on Saturday evening (the day prior). If you are not able to watch videos online or on your phone, you can also read a copy of each week's sermon or listen to an audio file of the sermon (links available on our home page).
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have made various changes to our worship schedule and procedures.
We are once again able to hold in-person worship services at Zion, following recommended guidelines for religious institutions. To allow for extra time for entry/exit and sanitation, services last about 30 minutes only. To allow for social distancing, services are limited to about 50 people (less than 25% of our capacity). Therefore, we offer four worship services Sunday mornings, at 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, and 11:00. Please note that the 8:00 and 9:00 services on Sundays tend to be fuller than the later services on Sundays.
Masks are required at Zion. Wisconsin has a state-wide mask mandate issued by Governor Evers which started on August 1 and goes until March 20, 2021 for ages 5 and above for indoor spaces. We ask you to please bring a mask to use during worship. If you forget your mask, a limited number of disposable masks are available in the gathering area. At the 11:00 service on Sundays masks are required, the pastors wear masks for the entire service (including the sermon), and there is no singing.
Again, online worship will continue to be available for those who are unable to or prefer not to attend in-person worship at Zion. For more detailed information about our revised worship procedures, please read our Coronavirus Update.