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Pastor Kris welcomes your visits and appointments. To better plan, please email or call her or the office directly to set up a time to meet:,

or by phone at 419-433-4711.

Pastor Kris’s scheduled office hours are Monday’s 1:00 – 3:00 PM and Wednesday’s 10:00 AM -12:00 PM.  

Church office hours are Monday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Emails and voicemails are responded to during that time. Please note, masks are required when entering the building. Contact the church office at or call 419-433-4711. 

SCAM ALERT: Pastor Kris will never email or text message you requesting you to “Do an errand for her” or to “buy gift cards.”  This is a scam hitting local churches.  If in doubt, please call the church office and ask before replying.



Please join us each Sunday morning in the sanctuary of Zion at 9:00 am as we celebrate and share worship together. Holy Communion is offered weekly during our Worship Service. Masks and social distancing are required.   We have a seat saved just for you!

Worship services continue to be live streamed via Facebook live. Please click this red link: Zion Huron or the Facebook icon at the bottom on the page.



REFORMATION Sunday is Oct 31. Please remember to wear red as we celebrate the anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-five Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany (October 31, 1517.) 


All Saints Sunday on Nov 7th , when we remember those who have died in this past year. If you have lost a loved one during this time and would like to have their name read on All Saints Sunday, please contact the church office at 419-433-4711 or Zion members who passed away within the year will already be included in our service. Please bring their picture and place it on the table in the sanctuary before worship begins to honor your deceased loved ones.

Additional Worship
  • 4:00 and 7:00 pm  - Christmas Eve 

  • 7:00 pm - Ash Wednesday 

  • 6:30 pm - Wed, Mid-Week Lenten Services 

  • 7:00 pm Maundy Thursday Service   

  • 7:00 pm Good Friday Service               

  • Holy Saturday Service TBD

  • 9:00 am Sunday Worship Services are posted to our Facebook page: zionlutheranchurchhuronohio/


Following our 9:00 am worship service on Sunday, Oct 24th, come to the Christian Center for some cider and donuts. Let’s get together for some food and fellowship!! And yet there is more! Have you ever wanted to walk the Prayer Path and Labyrinth and never taken the opportunity? Fall is the perfect time to get out and enjoy this beautiful place. Tom and Shelia Preston will be available to guide us through the Labyrinth and path. Whether you are here every Sunday, or perhaps it has been a while, please join us. Let’s regather and get reconnected!


You can make these blankets in your own home, at your own pace. All materials are provided and can be picked up in the narthex of the church. This offers an opportunity for every skill level to participate! If you would prefer to make a monetary donation, we are accepting donations of $20 per blanket. Donations can be made through Facebook, dropping a check in the offering, or mailing a check to Zion at 930 Main Street, Huron, OH 44839. Please be sure to notate this project in the memo line. Won’t you get involved?


Walt Baughman is organizing our Advent devotional booklet as we did last year. We invite everyone to participate! You are requested to write a twenty-five-to-forty-word article about what Advent or Christmas spiritually means to you. If you are so inclined, please include a Bible verse and/or a prayer. If you would like to submit an original drawing, that is fine. (You may speak about a noted painting, but we may not have the copyright to use it.) Please email your submissions to Dawn ( by Wed, Nov 10th, to allow time for compiling and printing. Please contact Walt informing him of your participation at 440-967-2846 or

Welcome to Zion

Zion is a vibrant faith community located in Huron, Ohio, which was recently named one of the best small towns in America (CNN, 2015). Our roots are in the Lutheran tradition and that means we celebrate the extravagant, amazing, abundant grace of God made known to us in Jesus Christ. Our strength is in our people, from kids and teens to young professionals and retirees, from singles and couples to toddlers and the elderly. We are a mish-mash of people and backgrounds and experiences. We’re sinners and saints. We’re broken and beautiful. We gather to worship, to grow in faith, to serve the world God made and loves, and to connect with each other. We are the church – Christ’s church – and there is a place for everyone.