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The video sermon for June 16th was delivered by retiring Bishop Michael Pryse. Bishop Michael has been our bishop since 1998 and we give thanks for his guidance, encouragement and care for those many years. Many at Zion followed Pastor Brad's encouragement to make a donation to the wider ministry of the Eastern Synod in honour of Bishop Pryse.  Our gift acknowledges Bishop his specific years of service to the Synod. It will be presented to the Bishop at the 2024 Eastern Synod Assembly in Toronto from June 20 to June 22. Thank you for honouring our bishop in this way.

June is National Indigenous History Month. This month is a time to recognize and learn about the rich history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples:   month is a time to recognize and learn about the rich history, heritage, resilience and divers


NOTES FOR SUMMER - LCW, The Sewing Room, Book Club, and Choir (see information on these activities below) will break for the summer in July and August. September start up dates will be posted when scheduled.


And remember:  Pulla is available for $12.00 a loaf Wednesday Mornings from the Church Office from 9 to 12 as well as Sunday Mornings after 10 a.m. worship.​ 

1.  LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMEN: Consider joining the LCW for a time of fellowship, devotions, and sharing in the accessible narthex.  Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1:30.  Contact Gloria Lang at 705 254-1247 for more information. 

2.  THE SEWING ROOM@ ZION:  Friday morning from 9 a.m. to 12 the basement room welcomes community participants.  See photos in the menu page "what we do" that highlight the sewing and its projects. Contact Pat Mathews at 705 945 8741 for more information.

3.  CHOIR REHEARSALSThe Choir practices Wednesday evenings to lead music at 10 a.m. worship.  More voices welcome! A call to the office or Pastor Brad will connect you to our Ministry of Music Director, Karen Kettles for details.  Karen welcomes those that would like to make a shorter commitment for anthems that will enhance worship on special Sundays. 


3. PRAYER: Prayer support is available from prayer chains, and from the congregation during worship services.  Requests for prayers may be made by calling the office at 705 253-8703 or Pastor Brad at 705 987 5041.

4. A Manna Basket in the narthex accepts donations of food and household supplies to be delivered about every 6 weeks to Pauline’s Place Shelter.  

5.  After Worship Fellowship celebrates birthdays of month on the second last Sunday of each month after 10 a.m. worship.  Please consider staying to get to know us.  As a way of thank you for refreshments, a donation is appreciated for Harvest Algoma. Place it the colourful mission projects’ box.

NOTE this event by Harvest Algoma

446 2nd Line E, Sault Ste Marie, ON P6B 4K1, Canada

Tickets · CA$85-CA$160

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