Join Pastor Berry in Confession & Forgiveness and then pray with us today.
Join Rollie in today's spiritual stretch to get ready for worship.
Listen to Rachel's beautiful Call to Worship for today.
Sing the gathering hymn with us today.
Listen to the Kyrie from a Liturgy composed by David Chamberlin.
Sing the Hymn of Praise from David Chamberlin's Liturgy with us this day.
Read along to Philippians 4:1-9 for today's scripture lesson.
Listen to Rachel, Erin, and Annika sing Psalm 23.
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.
He maketh me lie down in pastures green.
He restoreth my soul where the still waters flow;
There he leadeth me along the right path for his name's sake.
I walk in the valley, the shadow of death,
But I fear no evil for thou art beside me.
In the midst of affliction, there my table is spread.
Thou anointest my head, thou fillest my cup overflowing.
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall be blest.
His goodness and mercy shall follow me
All the days of my life; And at last I shall dwell
In the Lord's house, to live with him there forever.
Listen to Ms. Susan give today's Children's Message on Psalm 23.
Hear Pastor Berry read today's special Gospel from Luke and then preach the first part of his two-part sermon on the Road to Emmaus.
Listen to the Sunday School ministry team read today's Apostles' Creed.
Pray with Zion today.
Sing "Sent Forth by God's Blessing" for today's sending hymn.
Listen to David's lovely postlude for today.
Watch Zion Faith Conversations #9 with Chuck Gettig.
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10/11/2020 09:24:41 am
Particularly welcome sermon in this time of strictly spiritual communion as opposed to the transformed bread and wine. Also considered the Road as a metaphor for the journey on which ZELC is embarking over the next year plus. Thank you.
Kathryn A Foulks
10/11/2020 10:17:26 am
Thank you Pastor Chris for your wonderful sermon. It touched me. Bless your time with us.
10/11/2020 10:59:09 am
I joined the church in late September of 2001 not in 2021, as I said, in the interview. Sorry for the mistake.
Doris M. Mason
10/11/2020 11:15:26 am
Again I am saying thank you to all involved in bringing us together to worship. Pastor Berry led my heart on the road to the non existent Emmaus. Tears flowed as God used him to assure us to stay walking on the road. Thank each one of you.. I love the multimedia of seeing, hearing, singing! And I add a confession...sometimes I find myself rewinding to hear each word spoken again....Someday we will add touch and taste!!!!..
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