Worship and Music

We are very blessed in our community with so many passionate and gifted musicians who share their gifts with us often.

Zion's services feature liturgical music and hymns, most often provided by our Director of Music, Gretchen Chelseth.

We have choral arrangements provided by the Zion Choir and the Zion Singers. Both groups are directed by our ecumenical partner, Choir Director James Sheetz of Presbyterian Church of Cloquet.

Zion has a well cared for organ that is used for lessons and played during worship occasionally.

We also have a number of individuals who provide special music on occasion.

Children are also invited to play provided percussion instruments (usually on the closing hymn) and make a joyful noise!

There is a place for you in the musical landscape at Zion. Please reach out to find out how you can be involved!

Moller Organ Opus 5296

Our 1928 pipe organ remains in excellent condition and is regularly tuned and played.

Builder: M.P. Möller (Opus 5296)

9 Ranks - 652 Pipes

Manuals: 2

Registers: 32

Action: Electro-pneumatic chests


Mathias Peter Møller, commonly known as M.P. Möller or Moeller (29 September 1854 – 13 April 1937), was a prolific Danish pipe-organ builder who emigrated to the United States in 1872. He founded the M.P. Moller Pipe Organ Company in 1875. The company operated for over one hundred years and built over 11,000 instraments. Möller organs can be found in churches, synagogues, concert halls, educational institutions, funeral homes, hospital chapels, movie theaters, municipal auditoriums, restaurants, private residences, and social service organizations.