Zion Church Building

Interim Pastor:
Rev. Dr. Peter Mikelic

Director of Music:
Jill Summers, B.Mus, M.Mus

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The Herald (Zion's newsletter) is published 11 times per year

June 2018 

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The Eastern Synod Lutheran newsletter is published 11 times per year

JUNE 2019 

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AUGUST 2019 

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Welcome to Worship
8795 Keele Street
Box 576 Maple, ON L6A 1S5
(905) 669-9842

You are Always Welcome!
10am Sunday

10:00 am
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The word of God is a refining fire. Jesus is the great divide in human history. He invites our undivided attention and devotion. Today, in the assembly, we are surrounded by “so great a cloud of witnesses.” In the word and in the holy communion we are invited yet again to look to Jesus, “the pioneer and perfecter of our faith.”
Jeremiah 23: 23-29
Psalm 82
Hebrews 11: 29 - 12: 2
Luke 12: 49-56


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Pastor Peter & Sherry invite the Zion congregation, along with some friends from Peter's previous congregations, to a simple catered Italian lunch immediately following next Sunday's Service of Celebration:
The 40th Anniversary of Pastor Peter's Ordination, 
August 26, 1979 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Hamilton, ON.
Our Service of Celebration is at Zion Sunday 10 AM and the sermon is entitled: 4 Decades of Learning Lessons the Hard Way.
Please do join us here at ZION for the service and the luncheon.
Please RSVP to Sherry if you're attending the luncheon: sherry.mikelic@rogers.com; 416.967.1390; or in person. Thank you!

Congratulations to Rev. Peter on reaching this wonderful anniversary.


August 18 Tenth Sunday After Pentecost; 10am Worship ; Sermon: “Denominations OR Abominations?”

August 25 Sunday Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost; 10am Worship
Pastor Peter's 40th Anniversary of Ordination
Sermon: “4 Decades of Learning Lessons the Hard Way"

September 01: “Humility & Hostility; Hospitality and Enmity”

September 08: “Oh, It's Gut-Check Time Again!”

September 15: “Mercy & Forgiveness vs. Resentments and Grudges”

Everyone is encouraged and welcome to join us for refreshments and conversation downstairs following the worship services.
Please do come!

Mission Statement

We are a congregation that strives to be an inviting, faithful, and growing presence in our community and in our world, with a passion for living and spreading the love of Jesus Christ by using our spiritual and material gifts in the service of all God's people.

In Mission for Others

Zion Lutheran Church is dedicated to the ELCIC's theme "In Mission for Others".
We are the proud supporters of Zion Home in Tanzania, a project of The Olive Branch for Children. Their Home-Based Care (HBC) project integrates health care, nutritional, psychological, educational and economic support for 500+ patients.
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Visit: The Olive Branch for Children
to see a miracle unfolding

The Olive Branch for Children

The Olive Branch for Children helps remote communities in Tanzania assess their primary needs and establish programs that target the most vulnerable. They focus on HIV/AIDS prevention and care, early childhood education, food security and vulnerable children and women. The goal is to establish community-led programs that empower remote communities and generate models that can be replicated in communities throughout Tanzania and elsewhere.

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Church Rental

Our facilities are available for rental at modest rates to local community and service organizations.
Contact the Council Chair for more information.

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The Sanctuary of Zion Lutheran Church can seat up to 150 people, including the balcony, offering dignified space for activities such as weddings or recitals. The sanctuary has an organ as well as a multi-voice electronic piano.

The lower level includes a Fellowship Hall with piano, and opens onto a kitchen. This Hall is suitable for small group meetings or seminars.

There is ample parking available onsite.

Our facilities are currently used: Friday evenings, Saturday mornings and afternoons, and all day Sunday.
Our Parking lot is also rented for daytime use.