Get Involved

There are lots of ways to get involved at Zion! You’ll find a few ideas below, but we prefer to begin by listening to you – your ideas, your gifts, and how you see them blossoming in this community. For more information about these opportunities, contact the church office:

Sunday Servant Teams lead worship once a month. It’s a great way to learn a variety of leadership roles while getting to know other Zioners, new and old. Together we steward the worship services and build community.

Attention, Young Adults Make connections with other young people in Zion’s community. We gather for no-strings-attached fellowship pretty regularly. Contact Lee George or Pastor Meta for information about Soup, Bread, and Wine nights on the second Monday of each month. There are also opportunities for Sunday Brunch, happy hour, and meeting up at the Lyndale Community Dinner.

Join the Prayer Chain to receive regular emails or phone calls with Zion’s prayer requests. Holding each other in prayer is an important way we support one another and build community.

Share Your Music in worship. Our vocal choir and handbell ensemble welcome occasional or regular participation!  Jane also schedules guest musicians from the community pretty regularly. If you play an instrument or know an ensemble we should contact, let Jane know.

Wednesday Evening Help includes volunteering in the kitchen, welcoming people to the LCD, serving dinner, engaging kids in Holy Moly Story Time, setting up for Recovery Worship and more.

Host the ZOOM House Food Shelf by answering the door and welcoming our neighbors to Zion. Together, you pack their bags with hygiene products and food for their families. The food shelf is open on the last two Mondays (10am-noon) and Thursdays (2-4pm) of each month. Come once or help regularly!

Committees and Teams come in a variety of forms this year including: Property, Finance/Stewardship, Feast Team, Worship/Music, and Faith Formation. Most of our Community Life and Mission Outreach activities are short-term, seasonal commitments. Watch for these leadership opportunities in the Messenger Newsletter.