Greetings in Christ from Zion Lutheran Church in Waterville, Ohio. Thank you for checking out the A.S.K. campaign and clicking on our church website. We want our church to be a place where people experience the love and grace of God, establish life long friendships, find practical help for life, discover and use their Spiritual gifts, and go out to serve the world in the name of Jesus Christ.
If you are looking for church home, we hope you will consider becoming part of our community. However, we want to be clear that we are not in competition with other churches, but see ourselves as one part of the larger body of Christ. Our prayer is that you will find a fellowship of believers in Christ where you can worship the Lord, grow in faith, and serve your neighbor in love.
Our fall schedule begins in September with an 8:30am Contemporary Praise Service and a 10:30am Traditional Service. Sunday School for all ages, including an adult forum, is held at 9:30am. The Lord's Supper is celebrated weekly in our praise service and on the first Sunday of the month in our Traditional Service. Childcare is available during the 10:30 am service and the 8:30 service when requested. Our summer worship hours begin the first Sunday in June with 8:30am and 10:00am worship services. During the summer, we also offer food and fellowship from 9:30-10:00am each Sunday.
If you are interested in learning more about our congregation, wish to receive our newsletter, want to ask us a question, or would like to talk with one of our pastors, please call us at (419)-878-0266 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whatever your past spiritual or church experience may have been-even if you have never set foot in a church building before visiting us-we want you to know that you are welcome at Zion Lutheran Church. We would love to get to know you and our hope is that your first experience on our website will be just the beginning of a great relationship. May the love, joy and peace of our Lord be with you always.
Pastor Steve Bauerle & Pastor Dan Bredberg