Welcome to Zion
Zion Lutheran Church has been sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in the heart of Long Valley, New Jersey since 1760. Zion is a small, vibrant and caring congregation that warmly welcomes visitors.
We care about children and youth
We like to say that youth aren’t the future of the church, they are our present. Pictured (from 2019): Sunday School mission project – making care boxes to be sent to college students
On Sundays, we worship in-person and virtually at 9am (see below link to YouTube channel). Please see our guidelines (e.g., mask-wearing, etc…) The opportunity to have in-person worship should not be interpreted to mean that your congregation leaders have decided that it is safe for all. Please use your best judgment based on health, risks and circumstances to decide whether attending in person is a wise choice for you and a loving action for your neighbor.
Virtual worship via Zion’s YouTube channel. Make sure to check “Sunday Worship” Playlist if you don’t see it.
Sign up for worship this Sunday. Posted by Tuesday.
Thanks be to you, Lord Jesus Christ, most merciful redeemer, for the countless blessings and benefits you give. May we know you more clearly, love you more dearly, and follow you more nearly, day by day praising you, with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.
WAYS TO SERVE our NEIGHBORS
SUPPORT LV INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY
Long Valley Community Assistance Program
LVCAP’s food pantry is in demand during the pandemic. For particular food items and electronic donations, please see their website (note that the food listing is at bottom of their page) https://lvcap.org/donate
SUPPORT LVCAP: GET A COFFEE SUBSCRIPTION
"Do good" Coffee subscription
Through their subscription program, The Coffee Potter donates $2 for each pound of coffee ordered. Subscription coffee is delivered at a minimum of 2 bags/month and can be canceled at any time. The goal of the subscription program is to support local charities and “do good.” Click here to learn more and/or order.
Virtual and in-person worship