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We believe that the Bible is the inspired error-free, living and powerful Word of God.
We believe in the Holy Trinity - one God in three distinct Persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe that it is truly Christian to confess the Creeds which express the truths of God in concise form. These are The Athanasian, The Nicene and The Apostles. We believe that all people, including infants, are to be baptized.
We believe that Holy Baptism indeed has power to save, as the Bible clearly teaches.
We believe that Christ is really and truly present "in, with, and under" the simple bread and wine of Holy Communion in a miraculous, supernatural, and sacramental manner. Because the Bible teaches that improper reception of the Body and Blood of Christ can have devastating consequences, we practice Closed Communion. We invite non-members to inquire further regarding this Biblical practice.
We believe that the Church as Pastor and people gathered around the Word and Sacrament is to proclaim to each other and to the world the Gospel of forgiveness of sins through faith in Christ Jesus. Therefore we hold regular services on Sundays, during Advent and Lent, and other special days, and we send our offerings through LCMS district and national organizations in support of mission efforts both at home and abroad.
We believe that Christian Education is extremely important. Sunday School and Vacation Bible School, and Sunday morning Adult Bible Classes are offered, as well as special adult instruction and occasional topical Bible Studies during the week.
We believe that God is the giver of all that we are and have. As a Bible believing congregation, we seek to "give as we have been given" in all areas of our lives. We believe in the Biblical teaching of "first-fruits, percentage giving" in the area of financial support of the Kingdom, and in good stewardship and proper use of our gifts and talents.
We believe that the Christian life is lived in daily repentance and faith.
We believe that prayer is the faithful activity of Christ's redeemed people and that all prayers prayed in faith and according to God's will are answered.
Zion Lutheran Church, Pleasant Plains IL
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Divine Worship 10:15 a.m.
NOTICE: Services have been cancelled for Sunday Jan 13, 2019 due to weather conditions.
|525 N Cartwright St|
|Pleasant Plains IL|
|Phone: (217) 626-1282|
|Fax: (217) 626-1953|
The church is located across the street from Pleasant Plains High School.
Rev. Donald Pritchard
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The official site of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Zion Lutheran is a member congregation of the LCMS.
Zion Lutheran Church is in the Central Illinois District of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.
Lutheran High School in Springfield, Illinois. Empowered by God, Lutheran High School, builds a Christ centered family to equip students spiritually, intellectually, and physically for services to God and society. Zion Lutheran Church is a member of Springfield Lutheran High School Association.
The Central Illinois Lutheran Camp Association. The camp is located in rural Cantrall, IL, about 10 miles north of Springfield IL. It exists to foster and strengthen faith in Jesus Christ and relationships with others in a unique outdoor setting.
The publishing arm of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. CPH offers a wide range of products including items for curriculum, adult Bible study, Vacation Bible school, youth materials, music resources, professional and consumer books, periodicals, software solutions and worship resources. CPH publishes the Lutheran Service Book Which is the hymnal Zion Lutheran Church uses.
The mission of Higher Things® is to assist parents, pastors, and congregations in cultivating a distinctively Lutheran identity among their youth and young adults.
Issues Etc. is a radio talk show hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken and produced by Lutheran Public Radio. Topics include; Soldiers and their families, good works, the federal government and science, gossip, Christianity in Sudan and more. Podcasts are available on their website.
The Brothers of John the Steadfast brings together Lutheran laymen to defend and promote the orthodox Christian faith which is taught in the Lutheran Confessions, provide financial support for Christian news media (e.g. Issues Etc.) and to support other endeavors selected by its membership that defend and promote the cause of confessional Lutheranism.
Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) is the official Women's auxiliary of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS).