Held every 3 years since 1980, the LCMS Youth Gathering (Gathering) provides thousands of youth and adults the opportunity to come together as a community of God’s people to learn more about Jesus Christ, the Christian faith and their Lutheran identity.
During the five days of the Gathering, youth spend time together in God’s word, worship, service and fellowship with others from across the synod. This event is organized by LCMS Youth Ministry in Saint Louis, MO. Any student entering 9th grade in 2016 can attend.
When and where?
LCMS Youth Gathering will be July 16-20, 2016 in New Orleans, LA.
How much does it cost?
The registration fee for 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering participants is $325. After March 4, 2016, this fee will increase to $375. (Air fare and hotel extra) We will do some fundraising to offset some of the costs.
When do we start registering?
Online registration begins on October 21, 2016
Who to contact?
Marilyn Fingerlin, Ministry Coordinator, Zion Lutheran Church and School at 303-659-2339 or pluginZLC@gmail.com
We are looking for adult leaders to take our students!!!! Please contact Marilyn if interested!!!!!
We are proud to announce that we are now accepting entries to the 4th Annual Zion Lutheran School Golf Classic.
The fourth annual golf tournament will be held on Saturday, September 12, 2015, at the Colorado National Golf Club in Erie. The registration fee for the tournament is $125 per player. The format is a four-player scramble, with check-in starting at 6:30 am and a shotgun start at 7:30 am.
A lunch and awards ceremony will follow golf. Included in the fee is your round of golf with a cart, pre-tournament warm-up with free range balls, plus a post golf lunch with door prizes. Prizes will be awarded for the lowest team score, longest drive, and closest to the pin. Mulligan packages and mulligan strings will also be for sale.
Colorado National requests that all players wear proper golf attire. All players are required to wear collared shirts; slacks, shorts or skirts must be hemmed and in good condition. Recommended short/skirt length is mid-thigh. Tank tops, swimwear, cutoffs, gym shorts and the like are not acceptable. Metal spikes are not allowed.
All proceeds from the tournament will go toward Zion Lutheran School’s Financial Aid fund to assist families with tuition costs.
Past Gathering participants who are now helping plan the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering share their own Gathering experience. Listen to their stories about the Gathering, its purpose, and its lasting value in their lives.
Ash Wednesday Service with Holy Communion on February 18th
Church Services, Wednesdays at 10:00am & 7:00pm
Soup Suppers, Wednesdays at 6:00pm
We will be embarking on a series called “The Parables of Lent”. This series focuses on a biblical parable that connects to Lenten themes. Within each parable’s plot is woven a unique message about what we receive through the crucified Christ.
February 25 – Week 1
“Receive the Word: The Sower and the Seed” Matthew 13:1-8, 18-23
The seed that falls on fertile soil takes root and grows, while seeds in other soils fail. The Word of Christ flourishes within us.
March 4 – Week 2
“Receive the Treasure: The Hidden Treasure and the Priceless Pearl” Matthew 13:44-46
Two men give all that they have to buy objects of great worth. We who are priceless to Christ receive him who gave all that he had to call us his own.
March 11 – Week 3
“Receive Mercy: The Good Samaritan” Luke 10:25-37
A man beaten on the road gets help from an unlikely traveler. We who are often beaten down along the road of life encounter the healing of Christ through the cross.
March 18 – Week 4
“Receive Grace: The Workers in the Vineyard”
All workers in a vineyard are given the same pay from the master, no matter how long they have labored. All who have been called by the Master are blessed by the same reward in Christ.
March 25 – Week 5
“Receive Forgiveness: The Prodigal Son” Luke 15:11-32
A wayward son returns to the forgiving embrace of his father, who welcomes him home. We who have strayed can return again and again to the embrace of our Father, through the sacrifice of his Son.