Congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America
Office: (717) 732-9652
265 N Enola Dr., Enola, PA 17025
Pastor: Gwenn Trout
Secretary: Durene Archer
There is a place for you here. We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God's grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person — questions, complexities and all. Join us as we do God's work in Christ's name for the life of the world.
Saturday, December 24 - 7:30 PM, with Eurcharist. Prelude Music will begin at 7:00 PM.
Sunday, Dec. 25 - 10:15 AM with Eurcharist. No Sunday School.
Sunday Worship Service - 10:15 AM - Holy Communion Weekly
Summer Hours (June, July, and August) - 9:15 AM.Sunday School - classes for nursery through Adult - 9:00 AM Summer Hours (June, July, and August) - 8:00 AM.
Lenten Worship Service - TBD
Nursery provided for Sunday School and Sunday Worship Service.
Zion offers Biblical Christian Education to all age groups: Nursery (birth to age 3), Preschool (age 4-5), 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, Senior High, Adults and Adult Forum classes.
At Zion, Sunday school is a life-long experience. You are never too young or too old to learn of God's love. Through the classes and activities, friendships are formed and nurtured which makes us a growing, caring family that reaches out to the community and the world around us. We welcome you to join us in learning of God's love.
Confirmation instruction is provided to those in grades 7 and 8 in preparation for their confirmation into adult membership of the church. The two-year program includes weekly classes, retreats, and confirmation camp.
New Member Classes - Special instruction on church history and Lutheran beliefs is provided for new members throughout the year.
Bible Studies are offered at various times and in various locations throughout the year.
As Gods People, centered in Christ, empowered by the Spirit, We are committed to:
Love the Lord our God with all our hearts, souls, and minds. Love our neighbors as ourselves and be and make diciples of all nations.
What Does it Mean to be Lutheran?
Lutherans are people who have faith in God's Word.
We see Jesus Christ as the word of God made flesh. God's Word
to us is truth, life, forgiveness, guidance, hope and love. We
hear God's Word in worship, study of scripture, preaching,
individual contact and in our congregation's ministries of caring.
God's Word is a firm base for our lives because God is trustworthy.
Lutherans are Baptized. Baptism is our
entrance into God's family, the Church. In Baptism God acts to
forgive our sins and offers us assurance of God's love.
Whether infants or adults, baptized people grow in faith, always
certain of God's never-ending love.
Lutherans receive the Lord's Supper. Holy
Communion, the Lord's Supper, is the receiving of bread and wine
with the Word of God. Receiving Christ's body and blood brings
forgiveness of sins, strengthens our faith, and reminds us of Jesus'
life, death, resurrection and promise to come again.
Lutherans live in the world. We are God's
people everywhere, all the time. We see faith lived out in our daily
lives at home, at work, at play, and in the community.