Come learn what Martin Luther, the ex-monk who helped spark a Movement that changed the world, has to share about every-day matters.
Saturday, July 22 at 6pm in the church basement at Zion Lutheran Church and School.
Free Refreshments. Free will offering
Click here to learn more about The Masks of God
Join us for Vacation Bible School June 5-9 from 9am – 11:30am, at Zion Lutheran Church and School.
The website is now open for registration! WE NEED YOU!
Come serve and grow in your faith as you serve our church, school and community. We will need over 130 team members to work this week.
Mercy Witness and Life Together!
Due to Spring Break:
Wednesday March 29
- No 10am Lenten Service. There will be a 7pm service.
- No middle school confirmation
- Soup Supper will be at 6:00pm
- Walk through the Bible midweek study will be at 6:00pm
This weekend we celebrate the school as our biggest mission. Please plan on filling out a commitment card at the April 8th and 9th services. This is our Celebration Sunday. Join us for the Celebration Luncheon after the services that day. A RSVP card will be handed out at this week’s service. Our hope is to contact every member of our church.
Join us as Pastor Krause leads us in a special Bible Study this weekend for Consecrated Stewards called “Making Sense of Life.”
There is no children’s Sunday School this weekend due to Spring Break. Join us April 9th as we have a special Palm Sunday Celebration for the kids at 9:30am in the church basement. The children are also invited to lead the procession into the church for Palm Sunday at both service. Be here a little early to receive a special palm branch.
1517 is a year with much significance in Lutheran circles. We of the reformation crowd, know that in October of 1517, Martin Luther posted the 95 the-sis on the door of the Castle Church. It was meant to start a dialog about challenges to scripture from the Church in practice.
We know that it went much further than a discussion in Wittenberg, Germany. It started what is now known as the Reformation. And so as Lutherans who gather at Zion Lutheran Church in Brighton, Colorado, we are reminded about the grace that God has given his children.
As we rejoice in this New Year, we will celebrate by taking a trip to Germany. Our circuit is considering doing a joint Oktoberfest together this year. As we look into these events and ministry opportunities, see how God blesses His people.
Luther found the work of God mainly in the study of God’s Word. We at Zion this year, will begin our journey together into God’s Word as well! We are as a Church going to be reading the Bible over the next two years. It’s a gift that we walk together through the Holy Scriptures. As we celebrate the incarnation of Christ the Word abiding with us, I wish to encourage each one of you to join us as we start this Bible class. We will have Sunday and Wednesday discussions, as well small groups that get together to encourage and share all that God is doing through his Word.
God Is ALIVE…at the Great North Area Progressive
Youth Lock-In Friday November 11—Saturday November 12, 7p.m.—6a.m.
Travel to: Beautiful Savior-Jump City- Risen Savior
Register with Marilyn at email@example.com
Let me know: who is coming, if you can drive, and a good emergency phone number. Liability form is available at https://brightonzlc.org/zlc-youth (Copies available in the church office) The Jump City Liability Form is available at http://ilovejumpcity.com/wf/Jump_City-Waiver_Form.html
(Copies available in the church office) $20.00 (checks payable to Zion Lutheran Church) turn it in to the church office.
We Need Drivers and chaperones! Questions? Contact
Zion Lutheran Church and School
Join us on Saturday, November 12 from 10am-3pm at Zion (Fellowship Hall)
“Becoming a Love and Logic Parent™”
Want to raise responsible kids prepared for the real world?
Tired of the arguing, reminding, and rescuing games you get stuck in?
Want to help your kids learn to make wise choices and develop critical thinking skills?
Want to see real results and changes in your parenting?
Want to get you and your spouse on the same page?
THEN…THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU!
A ONE DAY intensive course for busy parents on Saturday, November 12th from 10:00 to 3:00 right here at Zion. Jack Lipski, School Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist, and Certified “Love and Logic™” facilitator will be presenting.
Participants will learn to apply 6 phrases that will change your parenting forever! The cost is $30 per parent. FREE CHILDCARE (10 and under) will be provided in the childcare room.
Lunch will be provided.
Registration Required– Click here to download and fill out the back of this flyer and return it with your payment to the Church or School office.
Questions contact Marilyn at 303-659-2339 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrate Reformation and our Church’s Heritage
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2016
Place: ZLC Fellowship Hall/gym
Northern German Food
Sauerbraten (German pot-roast)
Rotkohl (red cabbage with apples)
Southern German Food
Bratwurst & Sauerkraut
Kartoffel Salat (potato salad)
Limonade (lemonade) und Kaffee (coffee)
Please note: Tickets must be purchased in advance so that we know how much food to prepare.
Catering by: CJ’s Catering (Dede Haiar)
$15 for adults – $10 for Kids 12 and under
To Go Boxes available with purchase of ticket for those who can’t stay for the dinner.
Tickets will be sold each Saturday and Sunday, starting September 17, 2016, after each service. Tickets will also be available at both the Church and School offices.
Tickets will be available until October 16, 2016.
We need volunteers to help sell tickets, provide desserts and with set up/clean up. Please contact Marilyn Fingerlin at email@example.com or Erika Armistead at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Life Building Workshop
After Dr. Loving presented at the “Seasons of Change” Seminar last Spring, the Adult Bible Study Leadership realized the popularity of the area of his expertise. Please join Dr. Loving in the upcoming workshop at Zion in the Fellowship Hall.
Registration is required and payment is due at the time of registration.
Caring for Seniors – Our Families and Ourselves
This five-week workshop will build on the Aging – the Season of Winter workshop presented earlier this year by Dr. Craig Loving. Informative and encouraging, we hope to give you practical tools you can use to care for aging family members and for yourself.
Session 1: We’re All Getting Older: What’s Normal?
Session 2: When Aging Doesn’t Go According to Plan
Session 3: Family Care-giving: The Blessings and Challenges of Caring for Aging Family Members
Session 4: Recognizing the Stresses of Care-giving & the Importance of Self-Care
Session 5: Aging Well in Body, Mind and
Start date: Wednesday, September 21
End date: Wednesday, October19
Start time: 6:30pm
Make Checks Payable to Zion Lutheran Church
Questions? Contact Marilyn at 303-659-2339 or email
You are invited to join us as we walk in the footsteps of our Christian forefathers and other great men and women of the Reformation. Stand where it all happened and discover a deeper connection to your faith.
Step back in time on this unforgettable journey to visit some of the most important places of the life of the great reformer Martin Luther. Rejoice in the music of the church and the inspirational life and works of Johann Sebastian Bach. Travel back roads to charming well-preserved medieval towns and embark on an Elbe River cruise. Along the way we’ll sample regional cuisine, wine-tastings in the famous wine regions and shop for local crafts in the Germany art of glass-blowing or wood carving of the world-famous nutcrackers and Christmas pyramids. We’ll have time throughout our journey for reflection as we travel through some of Germany’s most tranquil landscapes and breathtaking scenery.
For More Information Contact Group Tour Coordinator Erika Armistead 720.685.8635 ~ Erika.Armistead@gmail.com
Click here to download and learn more and view the Itinerary
New Women’s Bible Study for women of all ages- 8 weeks- Tuesday Mornings- to begin Tuesday, June 7th at 10 a.m.
The Bible study will be held in my home at 1115 Hoover Ave., Fort Lupton and arrangements have been made for child care if needed.
I would like to tell you a little bit about myself and my goal for this Bible study. 20 years ago I loaded my three teen aged children into my van and drove us from the state of New York to join my husband who was working here in Colorado. When we arrived we had no family or friends here. Missing my family I found a church where I was comfortable and eventually found my (church) family. My (church) family was there with me through all the ups and downs. I have come to realize that many of today’s families in our church are in the same boat. I would like to start this Bible study in the hope that perhaps it will introduce you to someone who will not be looking to replace your family but to extend it here in Colorado. Our Bible study is entitled God is in the Laundry Room.
Call Jan Flinn at 303-857-6014 to RSVP.