Zion Lutheran Church is an open community of faith where all are invited to worship, learn, grow, care and be cared for. Visitors are welcome to participate in any and all opportunities Zion has to offer.
ZLC's purpose is to humbly
and boldly commit our hearts
and minds to follow the Lord
by following these five guiding
principles: Jesus is Lord, Be
open to the spirit, Invite and
welcome all, Follow Christ
through worship, prayer,
and study, and Serve others.
Community Garden Plots The Cloquet Community Garden at
Zion has plots ready to lease. To lease a plot or to see leasing fees and
All leasing is being handled by the United Way.
Inter-Faith Board Member – When the pastors retire,
Pastor Loren’s board member spot will need to be filled by a member of
Zion. If you are interested, please see Pastor Loren.
Blueberries Needed - Blueberry donations are needed for pie making in the fall. Please freeze four cups of berries per bag and place them in Zion’s freezer. Thank you.
Heart to Heart - Saturday, September 23 from 9:45 to 11:30 a.m. at Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Anne Hilinski will give an inspirational message on “Forgiveness, A way of life”, and Michele Keil from the Memorial Blood Center will speak on “Saving Lives in our Community.” R.S.V.P. to Bonny Chapman at 218-499-8003 or Jan Kangas at 218-879-9653 or Sandy Raisanen at email@example.com. A $2 donation for the event is appreciated. Child care available upon request. Bring a friend.
Retirement Party - Please join us at Zion next Sunday,
August 27, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. for a Wisconsin themed retirement
celebration for Pastors Linda and Loren. Let’s let them know how much we
will miss them by sending them off with a grand farewell!
Zioneers Picnic - Wednesday, September 20 at Jay Cooke
State Park. We will meet at Zion at 11:00 a.m. to carpool.
Lunch will be provided, and a free will offering will be taken. Sign up in
the narthex by September 1.
Orchard Assistance - Your help is needed in the apple orchard to keep the apples picked up that fall to the ground and to thin apples on the trees so the branches don't break. We will also need help in the fall to pick the apples. For more information, see the sign-up sheet in the
narthex or call Vicki Anderson at 879-4970.
Sewing Needed - Your help is needed to sew items for God's Work Our Hands. Items that need to be sewn are pillowcase sundresses, diapers, back packs, ditty bags and boy’s shorts. Kits are available in a laundry basket in the choir room. Contact Ruth Jorgenson at 384-4202 or Vicki Anderson at 879-4970 with questions. This is simple and fun sewing. Anybody can do it! Even if you feel you can't, perhaps you know someone who sews who might enjoy helping out with these worthwhile tasks even if they aren't members of Zion.
Lawn Mowing - We are so blessed to have a beautiful church setting, but it needs to be taken care of in the summer! Many volunteers are needed throughout the summer to mow Zion’s lawn. Gas and mowers are provided. If you have questions about this important service opportunity, please contact Jim Nelson at 879-4994 or 393-0902. You can sign-up in the narthex.
American Guild of Organists - The Arrowhead Chapter of the American Guild of Organists invites youth, 12-18 years of age to consider studying the pipe organ and its music, in addition to their piano and other musical skills. Fall lesson schedules are being planned. Organ scholarships covering the cost of lessons, books, organs, shoes, and workshops are available. If you are
interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please contact Carol Donahue at
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Mark your Calendars
Materials needed for project!
Sunday: Office Closed
Monday: 8am - 12pm
Tuesday: 8am - 12pm
Wednesday: 8am- 12pm
Thursday: 8am - 12pm
Saturday: Office Closed
The office is closed on holidays and any time Cloquet Schools are cancelled due to weather.
Phone: (218) 879-4647
Address: 1000 Washington Ave Cloquet, MN 55720