Zion lutheran church of amor


36051 County Hwy. 74    

Battle Lake, MN 56515    

Email: zionamoroffice@prtel.com    


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Worship Service for 5-24-20

BY Pastor Jim Gronbeck

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Worship 5-24-20

Please remember Zion in your prayers & giving.

Congregational Life Director position available:

Zion Lutheran Church of Amor is seeking a part-time (15 hours per week) Congregational Life Director. We are looking for someone that has a dynamic, energetic personality that can connect with our congregation. Someone with excellent communication skills, both verbal & written, excellent computer skills and being able to work as a backup for our tech team, basic admin & organizational skills and the ability to work with teams and church committees.

If interested, please contact our Zion office at zionamoroffice@prtel.com or 218-495-2563.


Following the current CDC recommendations, the church office, Sunday Worship and all activities are cancelled until further notice.

If you need pastoral care, contact Pastor Jim via email: (email link), or leave a message on the church answering machine. If it is an emergency, you may contact him at home.

Sermons will be available on this website.

Church offerings can be mailed or brought into the church office.

In her message to this church about the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, said that even though “this is a time of disruption. It is also a time for us to live and act as faithful people of God.”

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    We are claimed, gathered, 

    and sent forth to serve and

    witness in Jesus’ name.


    Zion is a welcoming church where

    all people will experience a

    vibrant lifelong journey in faith

    through worship, education, 

    mission and service.

    We believe in one God in Trinity: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. 

    We believe the Holy Bible is the inspired Word of God and alone informs our faith. 

    We believe that God became incarnate in Jesus Christ, who suffered, 

    bled, and died crucified upon a cross for the sins of the world. 

    We believe He rose again bodily from the dead and faith in Him alone

    brings forgiveness of sins, salvation, and eternal life. 

    We believe that God imparts His Holy Spirit to us in Baptism, and that

    Jesus Christ is truly present in the Lord's Supper.

    We believe that the three ecumenical creeds

    (Apostles’, Nicene, & Athanasian) are an accurate summary of our faith, and

    we believe the Lutheran Confessions are a faithful exposition

    of all Scripture.