Zion Lutheran Church is an open community of faith where all are invited to worship, learn, grow, care and be cared for. Visitors are welcome to participate in any and all opportunities Zion has to offer.
ZLC's pupose is to humbly and
boldly commit our hearts and
minds to follow the Lord by
following these five guiding
principles: Jesus is Lord, Be
open to the spirit, Invite and
welcome all, Follow Christ
through worship, prayer, and
study, and Serve others.
Meatball Supper: The Meatball Supper will be Wednesday, October 15th. Tickets are $8 for 9 years + and take out meals, 8 years and under are free. Tickets go on sale in the Narthex beginning September 21st. If you are interested in selling tickets, they are available for pick up in the office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. Volunteers are needed. Sign up sheets will be posted in the Narthex.
Do You Have a Green Thumb?: We have several people in our congregation who graciously take care of all of our indoor plants. They would love to have a few more folks join them! If you are interested please talk to the office.
“We Need Empty Shoeboxes!: Please search your closets for empty shoeboxes ( tops included) and bring them to Church with you next Sunday. There will be a designated place for them in the narthex. These shoeboxes will play a very important role in our upcoming “Operation Christmas Child” event and the more we have, the better!
Gods Work our Hands: We have been celebrating talents and now you can reflect on those talents with the slide show below!
*As always check out our Newsletter for more details on all events!
Sunday: Office Closed
Monday: 8am - 12pm
Tuesday: 8am - 12pm
Wednesday: 8am - 12pm
Thursday: 8am - 12pm
Friday: 8am - 12pm
Saturday: Office Closed
The office is closed on holidays and any time Cloquet Schools are cancelled due to weather.
Sunday - 9:30am & Wednesday - 6:30pm
Phone: (218) 879-4647
Address: 1000 Washington Ave Cloquet, MN 55720
Opportunities to Offer Care: The Zion family is one whose care extends far beyond church walls. From the Union Gospel Mission in Duluth to the local foodshelf, from the Lutheran Social Services to disaster relief halfway around the world, Zion's presence is made through the financial gifts of its members and friends.