Welcome!

               Come to Zion for Worship!

        We worship on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:15 A.M. The last Sunday of the month 

           we have one service  at 9:30 A.M.  A fellowship hour follows this service.

                         We celebrate the Lord's Supper at each service.

This Sunday, April 24th, we have one service at 9:30 A.M. followed by Fellowship. Join us!

                                         All are welcome to join us.

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           155 SECOND AVENUE, WESTWOOD, NJ 07675    201-664-1325    OFFICE@ZIONWESTWOODNJ.ORG    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Pictured above is the stained glass window above our altar.

The scene depicts the empty tomb, Mary Magdalene, and Jesus. The story is recorded in John 20:11-18. It is among the thousands of personal, and beautiful stories, in Holy Scripture. Mary recognizes her Risen Lord only after He calls her name,"Mary." Jesus has called us by name through our Baptism. We are His!

Christ is Risen!

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He is Risen Ineed!

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Zion Lutheran offers an excellent program for 2 1/2 year old children through Pre-Kindergarten.

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For more information, please visit the school's website at www.zionlutheranschool.org or call the office at 201.664.8060

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a community outreach of Zion Lutheran that enhances the lives of adults and senior citizens through personal enrichment opportunities and creative social events

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

 

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A Note Of Welcome From Pastor Pranschke

You are always welcome at Zion!

Pastor T.J. Pranschke

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Dear Friends in Christ,

We are celebrating the joy of Easter! This season lasts for seven Sundays and leads us to  the glory of the Feast of Pentecost.

During this time we hear of the wondrous appearances of Christ to His followers and a part of the story of the early church. On Pentecost we celebrate the "birth" of the church as the gift of the Holy Spirit is given to the disciples. It always strikes me that before this gift of the Spirit the disciples did not fully understand what the Resurrection meant. I am not criticizing the early believers, simply noting that as a reality.

I think we live in an era when there are many do not know the wonderful love that God has for us and the promise of salvation we have. At Zion we proclaim this love through Word and Sacrament every week and in all our ministry.

I hope you will feel you are welcome to be with us on any, and every, Sunday.

In Christ,

 

Pastor Thomas J. Pranschke

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