All are welcome at Zion’s worship services. Open communion is practiced during both worship service times.
530 6th Street International Falls, MN. 56649
Join us for a traditional church service with an excellent music program. Join us every Sunday morning at 9:30am.
The evening service is held in the fire side room for a smaller service with traditional hymns and piano music. 7:00pm.
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Join us for Zion’s live stream worship services. Connect with us from the comfort of your home and be a part of our spiritual journey, no matter where you are!
Come as you are to worship, pray, and sing praises. Let’s uplift each other and feel the presence of the divine together. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of our sacred gathering online.
We warmly invite you to tune into Zion Lutheran Church’s live radio broadcast, a gathering of faith, fellowship, and inspiration. Join us in worship and let’s uplift our spirits together with music, prayer, and the good news of the Gospel.
Follow Along This Sunday
Tune in every Sunday morning, 9:30 am at KSDM 104.1 FM.
Sponsor a Radio Broadcast
Every week the Radio Broadcast is sponsored by generous Zion members . The discounted rate KSDM offers us helps your donation go further in spreading the Gospel of our Lord.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sponsor the Radio Broadcast.
Midco Cable subscribers and watch us every Sunday on Channel 7.
KCC-TV is a Public Access channel and operates as part of Citizen’s for Backus AB.
At Zion we practice open communion. We believe that taking communion is an extension of the personal relationship that we share with Jesus. Taking communion is always optional for guests and members at Zion Lutheran Church.
How do Zion members take communion?
Typically, communion is offered towards the end of our Sunday worship services. A prayer is recited then the ushers will instruct members row by row to proceed towards the alter (if you have mobility issues, the pastor will be happy to come to you). Most Sundays we are given a wafer to symbolize the Body of Christ and a small cup of wine or grape juice. On busier Sundays, like Easter and Christmas Eve, we commune by intinction (dipping a wafer in a glass of wine).
Full Communion Partners
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is in full communion with several denominations. Full communion partnerships are based on a mutual recognition of Baptism and sharing of the Lord’s Supper, respect for each other’s ministries, and a commitment to work together in mission and service.
The denominations with which the ELCA had established full communion relationships include: