Read or Listen to the Bible in a Year

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The Complete Bible in a Year Readings - Text and audio versions
In case you didn't know it, Zion has assembled the complete "Bible in a Year" readings in one place. No scrolling through page-after-page, or trying to find the correct reading for the correct day. All of the readings are listed here in one place. This is the COMPLETE BIBLE IN A YEAR program -- every word of scripture. Don't be confused by it being listed as 2016 (in some places) -- the calendar years might change, but the Word of God does not.

>Go to the Bible in a Year page

We Mourn the Loss of Karen Ann Spence (Tevia Grimenstein's Mother)

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We Mourn the Loss of Karen Ann Spence (Tevia Grimenstein's Mother)
Taken from the Vermeulen-Sajewski Funeral Home Website - Westland, MI.

Spence, Karen Ann, June 22, 2018 age 70 of Westland. Beloved wife of Rev. Kenneth M. Spence. Loving mother of Tevia (Rev. Edward) Grimenstein and Lance (Beth) Spence. Proud grandmother of nine. Dear sister of George (Susan) Bullock and the late Sharon (Bill) Tesen. Visitation Wednesday 2-8 PM at Vermeulen-Sajewski Funeral Home, 980 N. Newburgh Road (between Ford Road and Cherry Hill) Westland. In state Thursday 10 AM until the 11 AM Funeral Service at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 5885 N. Venoy Road, Westland. Interment Glen Eden Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Matthew Lutheran Church or Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 9601 Pardee Road, Taylor.


Messages of condolences for the Grimenstein family can be sent to:
Tevia Grimenstein, 3199 Washington Pike, Bridgevillle, PA 15017
(Zion's Parsonage)


Messages of condolences for the Spence family can be sent to:
Rev. Kenneth M. Spence, 353 Surrey Heights, Westland, MI  48186.

Sermon: Sunday June 24, 2018

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View the Bulletin for Sunday June 24, 2018

Old Testament Reading – Isaiah 40:1-5
Epistle – Acts 13:13-26

The Holy Gospel according to St. Luke, the first chapter
Now the time came for Elizabeth to give birth, and she bore a son. And her
neighbors and relatives heard that the Lord had shown great mercy to her, and
they rejoiced with her. And on the eighth day they came to circumcise the child.
And they would have called him Zechariah after his father, but his mother
answered, “No; he shall be called John.” And they said to her, “None of your
relatives is called by this name.” And they made signs to his father, inquiring what
he wanted him to be called. And he asked for a writing tablet and wrote, “His
name is John.” And they all wondered. And immediately his mouth was opened
and his tongue loosed, and he spoke, blessing God. And fear came on all their
neighbors. And all these things were talked about through all the hill country of
Judea, and all who heard them laid them up in their hearts, saying, “What then
will this child be?” For the hand of the Lord was with him.

Special Free Will offering Sunday for Bridgeville Flood Victims

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From http://triblive.com/

This Sunday, June 24th, there will be a special free will offering after the 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services to assist victims of flooding here in Bridgeville, PA.

The money will be deposited at the Brentwood Savings Bank (3039 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017 -- next to Aldie's grocery store) in the "Bridgeville Borough" account established by Bridgeville's Chief of Police, Chad King

 


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From the Bridgeville Police Department's Facebook Page:
The First United Methodist Church located at 244 Station Street is available for those wishing to donate cleaning supplies, water, snack items, dog and cat food, & gift cards. In the event you need these items, that is where to go.

Holy Child Church located at 212 Station Street will be accepting furniture, washers and dryers in the gymnasium from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. all weekend long. They will also be collecting clothes in the Saint Vincent boxes located outside. THEY ALSO HAVE AN OVERNIGHT SHELTER AVAILABLE IN THE CLASSROOMS.

The Vineyard church located at 202 Liberty St. is available for those wishing to donate clothing items and food items. For those in need, that is where you go. They will be open for donations Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Bethany Presbyterian Church located at 740 Washington Ave. has a fully stocked food bank for those in need of food. They can distribute the food between Monday and Friday 9:0 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. They also have manpower available to help clean up.

If you wish to make a monetary donation, that can be done at the Brentwood Savings Bank located at 3039 Washington Pike Bridgeville PA 15017. They are located next to Aldie‘s grocery store. Please make the check out to Bridgeville Borough.

 

Woman's Book Club ... Our Next Book, and more

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The ladies of Zion kicked off some summer fun with their first Book Club gathering on June 12th!  A heartwarming biography of Martin Luther's wife, runaway nun Katharine von Bora, Kitty: My Rib by E. Jane Mall is an informative, intriguing, and inspirational read about a woman of courage and devotion. Highly readable, the book generated lively discussion and rave reviews. Many thanks to hostess Megan Pasquini and facilitator Tevia Grimenstein.  (Check out the copy in the church library.)  


Join us next time on Tuesday, July 10th, 7 p.m. at Megan Pasquini's house. We will discuss author Roberta Bandy's  A Mother's Search for Meaning, the true story of a remarkable young man born with a rare chromosome abnormality whose life taught a profound lesson about love and faith.  Friends and guests are always welcome. Contact Megan if you need a book or to RSVP: secretary@zlcb.org.