Sunday 06 21 2020

By on June 21, 2020 in News & Musings

Good morning Zion!
Join us for worship and coffee hour today via zoom!

Worship at 10AM: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9376583188?pwd=aXBHZk9jQlV3U0ZXNHJEbVB4VXkwdz09
Bulletin: (link)
Bulletin note: (here)
To join us by phone on Sundays: 1 301 715 8592,
Meeting Room ID: 937 658 3188 and the password is 12833

Zoom food shelf will be starting back up in July. The 20th, 23rd, 27th and 30th. If you’re interested in helping out with Food Shelf you may call the church office or Deana Miller for details.

Here is a list of our food shelf’s most pressing needs. If you don’t have any of these items or can’t go shopping feel free to give an extra donation and we will find someone to do the shopping. 

SOAP – bar, hand, dish, laundry
DIAPERS – in all sizes, Pull Ups (usually in sizes 5 & 6) and wipes
HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS – Windex, Clorox toilet bowl cleaner, Scrubbing Bubbles, 409, Pledge, sponges and scrubbers
PERSONAL HYGIENE ITEMS  – tampons, pads, deodorants, lotions, toothbrushes & toothpaste CEREAL – variety of kinds/flavors
PAPER PRODUCTS –toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, kleenex
CONDIMENTS – mustard, ketchup, BBQ, syrup, jams, and spices
MIXES – cake, frosting, pancake, flour, sugar
SNACK ITEMS – crackers, pudding & fruit cups, juice boxes & pouches (& bottles)
ALL NONPERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS – save for green beans and soups at this time

Thank you to everyone who participated in the food distribution site the last two weeks. The response has been beautiful and a bit overwhelming. In the coming weeks- we’ve decided to support our local Lutheran neighbors who still need help- Holy Trinity (https://htlcmpls.org/) and Calvary (http://clchurch.org/). Stay tuned for new ways we can support our Lyndale neighbors in the weeks to come.

This week Zion participated in South Minneapolis Virtual Day Camp! We did a morning zoom meeting every day and then invited the kids to participate through activities on our website. The theme was Water is Life and each day there is a water stewardship component. It was a lot of fun and one of the coolest things about it is- everything was interpreted for ASL for our neighbor congregation- Bread of Life who is the only stand alone deaf congregation in the ELCA. Take a look here- https://sites.google.com/view/southminneapolisdaycamp2020/home
God’s love to you!
Pr CJ

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