Funeral services for Gary R. Clement will be held today at Zion Evangelical & Reformed Church. Rev. Brian J. Lund will be serving as minister of the Word at the service.
The schedule offers a public visitation at the church from 5:00 p.m., with the service beginning promptly at 7p.m. Friends and attendees are invited to remain after the service for refreshments and fellowship. Internment will take place with the family at a later date.
Obituary, resources, and other details are provided via Cataldo Funeral Homes.
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We will be using the following songs and passages from the Word of God in our corporate gathering this Lord’s Day. Please prayerfully use these resources to prepare your hearts to “come into His gates with thanksgiving and enter His courts with praise” (Psalm 100:4).
The Word of the Lord:
Leviticus 18:1 – 5
Job 19:23 – 27
II Timothy 3:14 – 17
Numbers 6:22 – 24
Psalms, Hymns & Spiritual Songs:
Praise Him! Praise Him!
In Christ Alone
O Word of God Incarnate
I Timothy 1:17
Means of Grace:
Sermon: “Breathing In the Word”
(*NO Holy Communion due to celebrating the Lord’s Supper on Christmas Day)
We exist to make disciples of Jesus by proclaiming the Gospel in the power of the Spirit to the glory of God in North Iowa and beyond.
Offices Closed. Happy New Year!
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All Zion activities for Sunday, December 31st, 2017 are canceled due to inclement weather. There will be no Sunday school, worship service, or any other events.
You can find the announcement at KIMT, KIOW, and on our social media channels. Please feel free to share this information with others.
Please trust the Lord and stay safe during this winter time! We will be preparing more for New Year’s, but why don’t you spend time reading your Bible, in prayer, and reflecting on what New Year’s Eve & Day mean to us as Christians.
We rejoice that Christ is born to rescue us from the coming wrath, and know the fullness of His love!
Celebrating the Incarnation is always a joyous occasion, and we are praying for the Lord to make that true this year also! Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday this year, and so our schedule will be:
9:00 Sunday School (note the early time start for rehearsal)
The Christmas Eve program will be later that night. The musical prelude by the children begins at 6pm, with the program beginning at 6:30. (If your child is in the prelude, please have them at the church by 5:30.)
Our Christmas Day service is at 9am, consisting of worship (our Festival of Lessons & Carols service) and Holy Communion! Continue reading
We were blessed by another tremendous Christmas cantata!
Created By: Lloyd Larson
Director: Brenda Anderson
Narrators: Mike Kalkwarf & Kathy Upmeyer
Minister: Brian Lund
Candlelight Service: Margaret Jass & Mary Etherington
A huge thank you to Brenda Anderson and all who made it so successful! Merry Christmas!
As many Protestant churches gather to give thanks for the past five hundred years of God’s grace, we too celebrated the recovery of Biblical truth in the Reformation.
We were blessed with two presentations:
Rev. Samuel Belz, of Bethany Evangelical & Reformed Church in Ledyard, IA, speaking on “Reformed Ecumenicity: Playing Well With Others.”
Secondly, our own Rev. Brian J. Lund of Zion spoke on “War With the Dragon: Retrospect & Prospect for the Decline of Reformed Orthodoxy.”
You can hear their presentations below: