Zion Lutheran Church, a RIC community, is committed to the inclusion of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities
as both visitors and members.
Zion Lutheran Church's commitment is to glorify God
by reaching out to our family
and communitiy to provide a Christian atmosphere through spiritual growth, learning and service. As a community of
the people of God, the members
of Zion Lutheran Church are called to welcome all people regardless of age, economic
status, ethnic background, gender, physical or mental ability, race or sexual orientation. We affirm that in Christ "there is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female." (Galatians 3:28) Christ
has made us one.
Worship with Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday morning. Children are welcome in the worship service; however, nursery care is provided if desired.
Sunday Service is at:
10:30 AM (9:30 AM in July & August)
Hearing impaired translation for services is available upon request.
Please contact Stacey Hachey for requests: 586-770-2517
The Food Pantry provides Zion Lutheran Church an opportunity to reach out and feed those in need. Learn how you can volunteer, donate, or help our community. Please call Zion Lutheran Church at (248) 398-5510 for more information to receive food distribution or assist and volunteer with food pantry ministry. Click here for more information.
Learn More About Zion
Persons interested in finding out more about Zion or thinking about making
it their spiritual home are always welcome and encouraged to attend our Sunday worship services.
In addition, a half-day retreat is offered twice a year for prospective new members. This class is open to anyone high school age and older who is interested in joining Zion or has recently transferred to the church from another congregation. During class, a brief history of Zion and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is provided. You will also learn about the various ministries we offer, as well as opportunities for you to get involved.
Classes are typically held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., with lunch provided. (the fist Saturday of March and October each year)
Contact the church office to find out the date for the next scheduled class.