Zion Lutheran Church, Pleasant Plains IL
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
Services suspended until further notice.
Due to COVID-19 and out of concern for the health and safety of our members, guests and staff; all services are suspended until l further notice. The situation is fluid. Please watch this website for updates in case changes are made.
Devotion messages available.
Due to some techinical difficulties, The Message for May 31 is in two parts. And the audio is likely weaker than recent videos. You may need to turn up your volume. The Audio link is complete and does have better audio quality. Part 1 begins with a brief interview of one of our members who graduation high school in 2020, and runs through the end of the homily. Part 2 is the remainder of the message through the Benediction.
The audio only link is complete, and has better audio quality.
For May 24, 2020, in addition to Pastor's devotional message, we are also sharing a short video recognizing 2020 high school graduate.
Message to Members and Friends of Zion
These are certainly trying times for everyone the world around. As we endure these days, we want you to know that should anyone have a need, please call Pastor Pritchard. Volunteers stand ready to help, whatever the need may be. We are working on making brief devotional services available via the Internet. Please check this website for announcements. Also, please add the Zion congregation to your daily prayers; especially for those who are most at risk. A great time would be when your daily devotions with Portals of Prayer and/or Bible reading.
We will get through this trying time together, and then return to our church facility to Pray, Praise, Give Thanks, and receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion when the "New Normal" is established.
God Bless you and keep you safe meanwhile.
Sunday Service (suspended)
Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Divine Worship 10:15 a.m.
|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