WELCOME TO ZION MASCOUTAH
Zion is a congregation of the one, holy, Christian, and apostolic Church that boldly proclaims Jesus Christ as Savior, and seeks to respond to His love by serving Christ in our daily lives. Zion is an historic congregation, founded in 1868, filled with members of all ages, including many young families and young children (as well as the energy and excitement they bring!) Zion meets in a sanctuary dedicated in 2000, but the Lord meets us there in His Word and Sacraments in an ancient, timeless, traditional, and treasured form in the Historic Liturgy. Zion is faithful to God and His Word, as well as being open, welcoming, and extremely friendly. Zion is also a faithful member of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.
If you are looking for a church home where you can;
- feel like a member of the family of faith and a part of a faithful family
- encounter Jesus Christ in powerful and meaningful ways through the Word of God and His Sacraments
then please come experience God’s grace at Zion Lutheran Church Mascoutah.
VBS 2022 Pictures
Zion’s 2022 VBS was a huge success! Click the title “VBS 2022 Pictures” to see more!
Don Stein’s Ordination
On Sunday, June 12, 2022 at 3:00 PM, we had the joyful opportunity to celebrate the Ordina- tion of Don Stein! Congratulations to the new pastor! The new Pastor Stein’s father, Rev. Dr. Donald M. Stein, preached for the service, his vicarage supervisor, Rev. Brent Hartwig of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Iowa City,
I just attended the Memorial Day service here at Zion about a month ago. It was a wonderful service honoring current military men and women along with those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. This reminded me of Jesus Christ, who also gave the ultimate sacrifice for us. He loved us so much
Sunday School News
Christmas in Summer Sunday School has been very well attended in the month of June. If anyone is available or willing to help with crafts, please let Marianne know. We are still in need of a Sunday School Assistant Superintendent. If interested, please contact myself, an elder, a Board of Ed member, or Pastor.
From the Pastor – July
Soon our nation will celebrate the 4th of July, and with that celebration we can take a few moments to reflect on the freedoms that we enjoy in our nation. In the United States, we have a number of freedoms established for us in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, such as the freedom