“For freedom Christ has set us free. Stand firm, therefore, and do not submit again to the yoke of slavery.” – Galatians 5:1
As people who follow Jesus Christ, we are immensely grateful for his grace in our lives. We believe that we are sinners who have been made right with God through Jesus Christ's death and resurrection. We welcome all people to receive this grace from God.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church is part of the Lutheran denomination The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and is part of the Eastern Washington-Idaho Synod (http://www.ewaidsynod.org/).
Our Vision is For you…
To KNOW Jesus Christ and His care for you.
To GROW in His love through worship, prayer, and small groups.
To GO and to share His love with others.
Sharing God’s care…
That all may know Jesus
as their Lord, Savior, and Friend.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church was founded on November 28, 1948. In 1950 the first building was built with the larger portion of the building added on in 1959. There have been several renovations and improvements made throughout the years looking towards a commitment to education, worship, mission, and outreach. A remodeled social hall, bride’s room, Sunday School rooms, and ADA restrooms, and a welcoming community room have fostered a feeling of warmth and welcome to all who come.
Shelley Bryan-Wee 1997-2006
Michael Harrington 1995-1996
Edward Milliken 1987-1994
Ken Carlson 1986-1999
Robert McIntyre 1984-1987
Joseph Walla 1979-1999
Steven Hokonson 1979-1983
Richard Mathison 1973-1985
Alvin Selid 1962-1972
Milton Linhart, founding pastor, 1948-1962
Children and Family Ministry Coordinator
Zoo Crew Preschool
Pam Clark, Director and Teacher
Traditional Choir Director
Contemporary Music Director