Regular Schedule
Sunday
  • Children's Sunday School
    – 9:00 AM
  • Adult Bible Study
    – 9:00 AM
  • Morning Worship
    – 10:00 AM
  • East Park Villa Worship
    – 6:30 PM
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DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS???

What does the Bible have to Say about Life Today?  What is grace?  What do we know about heaven?  How can I trust God more than anything?  How can I think about others more than myself?  What is the Law?  What is the Gospel?  Why does it matter?  Why should I go to church?  Are Baptism and Communion really that important?  If you or someone you know wants to understand what Lutherans believe about our heavenly Father’s love; our Savior’s presence with us in the past, present, and future; and the Holy Spirit’s power for daily living, than contact one of the Elders (Shane Dose – (402) 631-8965, tsdose@hamilton.net; Nathan Panko – (402) 762-5324, natepanko@hotmail.com, or Boyd Stuhr, Jr. – (402) 366-8608, stuhrville@stewireless.com) and let them know you’re interested in attending An Introduction to the Lutheran Faith.  

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For Many Years, Oh God of Grace!

"The purpose of this congregation is to share the true Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, throughout our membership, our communities and the world."  

        

Zion is....a congregation of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.  The LCMS was chartered in 1847 and Zion joined Synod in 1880. 

Zion was chartered in 1873 and is one of the oldest continuous congregations of the LCMS between here and the west coast.

Zion is....a Christ centered, Bible believing congregation.  Based on the tenets of the Lutheran Reformation - Grace Alone, Faith Alone and Scripture Alone - Zion's focus is always the blood that Christ has shed for us.                                       

Zion is....a congregation committed to Christian education and youth.  Even before having their first pastor, classes were being held in a sod cabin. 

Zion is....a rural congregation with great diversity.  Locally, Zion draws members from Aurora, Bradshaw, Hampton, Henderson, Hordville,Grand Island, Marquette, Polk, Sutton and York.  The diversity of the congregation is reflected in the occupational pursuits of Zion's members.

Zion is....a mission minded church having shared members to start Immanuel, Polk: Salem and St. Peter, Hampton; and having helped St. Paul, Central City.  Mission starts were considered in Bradshaw and Sutton.  Currently Zion is sponsoring a preaching station in Aurora.  Mission groups at Zion have been active in Gospel outreach and support as well as social ministry.

                                       

ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE UNALTERED AUGSBURG CONFESSION 1873-2016

SPANNING THREE CENTURIES IN MISSION AND MINISTRY

 

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BOOKS NEEDED: The LWML received a $250 Thrivent Team Action Grant to purchase items for the Tot Totes. We would also like to add some more children's books. If you would like to donate some new or gently used children's books, just drop them off in the tote at church. Thanks!

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Contact Us  
Zion Lutheran Church
1511 N Y Rd.
Hampton, Nebraska 68843
Map  •   Directions
Phone 402-725-3320
Announcements
East Park Villa Worship

PLEASE NOTE.....  Service time is 6:30 pm, in the 3rd floor commons area and this evening service is open to the public so if you miss in the morning at Zion you can catch Worship in the evening at East Park. 
 

Endowment Committee

Click Here for more informationhttp://www.zionhampton.com/endowment_committee

Ladies Aid

Meets Monthly - 2nd Thursday @ 9:30am
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LLL
Lutherans for Life
LWML

Meets Monthly - 3rd Tuesday -7pm  Click Here

Sunday School News-Kickoff Sunday September 8

First of all, thank you for all who donated snacks, drinks, and supplies for the upcoming school year, snacks are always appreciated! I could still really use another Sunday School teacher for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade class--please text me at 402-694-8591 if you can help teach this year.

This Sunday, September 8th, Karen Reehl Tiedeman, the Director of Adopt an Orphanage Mission (through The Orphan Grain Train) has asked if she could come during the Sunday School/ Bible Study Hour and give a presentation on her latest mission trip to Russia and ways to be involved with their mission work. She will also be talking with the youth group after church about upcoming service projects we might be interested in participating in for the future.

For the Sunday School children: we will first go to our new classrooms to meet our teachers and then sit in on the presentation from Karen (snacks will be provided). Preschoolers will probably not sit through the presentation and will just stay in their classroom.

For Youth Group (High School): please come for the presentation during Sunday School and then plan on staying after church. We will head back to the fellowship hall and discuss future activities, service projects, and fundraisers for the upcoming year. Karen from Orphan Grain train will give a small talk about possible service projects. I will provide lunch! Bring ideas on fun activities that you think we should do for the upcoming school year.

Thanks, Lacey

CONFIRMATION/PREPATORY CLASSES

CONFIRMATION/PREPATORY CLASSES begin on Wednesday, September 11th at 7:00 P.M. There will be an informational meeting for all Students (Grades 5-8) and their Parents following the worship service on Sunday, September 8th.

If you cannot attend this meeting, PLEASE contact Mrs. Deanna Feddern (Grades 5-6) or Pastor Feddern (Grades 7-8). “6 Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6)

 

Adult Bible Class

Please join us as we read and study current articles in the Lutheran Witness and Lutheran Small Cathechism.  Everyone welcome and babysitting provided.

WOW -Women of the Word Bible Study

W.O.W (Women Of the Word) completed their "Love Like That" Bible study and will continue "Living a Chocolate Life" by Deb Burma on August 1 at Hampton Lutheran School at 7:00 A.M. Are you ready for a treat? The eight chocolate-inspired lessons in this study focus on different aspects of life as a Christian woman, reminding you that you are wrapped in God's love. Each lesson includes a recipe for a chocolate dessert, a Bible verse to memorize, chocolate fun facts, a suggested group activity, encouragement for life application, and a prayer. Come join us any time!

Achievements!

CONGRATULATIONS to the following students: Kalea Wetjen and the Heartland Volleyball team – Class D-1 Contender in the Lincoln Journal Star preseason volleyball ratings; Abbey Arndt, Lillian Dose, Lydia Dose, Kaylei Joseph and the Hampton Volleyball Teaam - #10 Class D-2 preseason volleyball ratings in the Omaha World-Herald, Class D-2 Contender in the Lincoln Journal Star preseason volleyball ratings; Levi Vinkenberg – homecoming king candidate at Aurora High School.

NEXT BEST THING

If the handicapped parking is full the next best thing is available on the south side of the church for access through the south door.  Except for loading/unloading, please keep the main lane open as a "fire" lane.  Thanks!

Flood Relief in the Nebraska District

We are providing a link to a form for aid providers. If you would like to donate volunteer time, specific items, equipment, etc., this form will provide a single source where those in need can see what is available. Contact information will also be requested so that those in need know how/where to reach you. Use this link to offer aid: https://goo.gl/forms/Gz2RlJ3AtfSx4QK82 . Following these links gives access to the spreadsheets they create: View needs and responses: https://bit.ly/2ubvf0A or view offers of aid:

https://bit.ly/2Y53Jje. Congregations and individuals who would like to give via credit card through the Nebraska District website can visit http://www.ndlcms.org/disaster-response/. Checks can be mailed to: Nebraska District LCMS, PO Box 407, Seward, NE 68434 with a note indicating that it is for "Disaster Relief - NE Flooding." Donations can also be sent through Synod’s online giving portal at https://www.lcms.org/givenow/flood.