Welcome!

        This Sunday, May 28th, we

            have one worship service at 9:30 A.M.

       We also remember that this Monday, May 29th,

       we remember all who gave their lives in the

        service of our country. In Westwood we

      also remember all of our volunteer firefighters.

                                       Commemoration at the Firefighters' memorial is on Monday, May 29th at 8 A.M.

                                        The Memorial Day Parade steps off at 9 A.M. at Five Corners and

                                         concludes with the Memorial Day Commemoration in Veterans' Park

               You are always welcome at Zion.                    

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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!

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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 Note Of Welcome From Pastor Pranschke

Dear Friends in Christ,

"Grace, mercy and peace be unto you, from God, our Father, and our Lord, Jesus Christ."

I begin most of my sermons with these words, not my words, but words from the Apostle Paul. During this holy season I pray that we can all be surrounded with the love these words encompass.

Our world is deeply troubled, perhaps more now than ever before. It is a call for all of us as Christians to be a beacon of light for those who are hurting and in need.

May we all answer the call of Christ in our daily lives.

In Christ,

Pastor T.J. Pranschke

 

 

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