Children's Ministry
Through the years Zion has maintained a strong Sunday School Program for children.  Sunday School Rally Day is held in September. Recognition is given at this time for attendance, class promotions, and a luncheon/picnic follows that is complete with sports activities and fellowship. Rally Day is open to the entire congregation and guests.

Mid-Week School is provided for pre-teen, confirmation students, and the children's choir.

Vacation Bible School provides children with a fun, safe summer activity to enjoy arts and crafts, music, and learn about Jesus and the Bible.

Youth Fellowship
The Lutheran Youth Fellowship (LYF), was formed January 16, 1982.  The LYF provides Christmas treats for the children present for the children’s Christmas Eve program. The group sings carols for shut-ins during the holidays.  In the summer, a favorite activity has been taking float trips down the Illinois River near Camp Lutherhoma in northeastern Oklahoma.

Church Music
Zion Lutheran church is proud to have an active senior choir and children's choir.  Contact the music director or accompanist if you would like join us.

Lutheran Hour Ministry
Lutheran Hour Ministries brings the message of Christ to all Nations.  To learn more about Lutheran Hour Ministries, please follow this link:
 
Women's Ministry - LWML
The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) was organized May 2, 1945.  LWML meets monthly on Sundays.

The LWML combines regular Bible study lessons with monthly business sessions. LWML is affiliated with the Oklahoma District and with the international organizations of Women’s Missionary Leagues. Through these, the LWML makes contributions to Synod-approved missionary projects state and worldwide.

Regular projects have been preparation of dinners for families of the bereaved in the congregation, sponsorship of the Vacation Bible School, furnishing refreshments for VBS and mid-week school classes, sponsorship of soup and sandwich suppers before evening Lenten and Advent services, and serving of various congregational dinners. Regular contributions of “mites” donations are forwarded for district and international projects, and contributions of money, clothing, and quilts are sent to Lutheran World Relief.

Some special projects through the years have allowed for the purchase of equipment for the church kitchen, contributions to “This Is the Life” program, collection of wash cloths for the Good Samaritan Home, making of quiet books for the nursery, construction of Chrismon ornaments for the church Christmas tree, and sending used Sunday School materials and Bibles to missionaries in foreign countries.