As a member of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod (LCMS), Zion Lutheran Church holds to the teachings of the Holy Scriptures (the Bible) and confesses the faith revealed in it. The Book of Concord, and the Small Catechism contained in it, offers an excellent summary of the Bible's teaching, but the following is a brief description of the Good News presented in the Scriptures
There is only one true God. In the Scriptures, this one true God has revealed Himself to be one God in three persons–the Holy Trinity: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
2021 VBS/Music Camps at Zion
Camp #1: June 7th-11th from 9:00-11:30 a.m. - For children ages 3-completed First Grade
Rotations include Bible story, games, singing, xylophones, crafts, instrument demonstrations/instrument building, and more!
Camp #2: June 14th-18th from 9:00-3:00 p.m. (lunch provided) For children who completed 2nd-8th grade
Rotations include Bible story, singing, games, bells/chimes, xylophones, building a pipe organ, and more!
Coronavirus Announcement and Resources
Dear saints of Zion,
In this time where many activities are being canceled and schedules are upset, our attention should be on the Word of God.
Please do note we are posting our entire services online.
Confidence in Christ, who rose from the dead, over our sins, is not optional for the Christian.
May the Lord cause us in this time of humbling to focus on the one thing needful in this life--faith in Christ's strong promises.
Worship With Us
Traditional Worship Services
Saturday 6:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Sunday School 9:15 AM and Bible Study 9:30 AM
14205 Ida Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68142
Rev. Lance D. Berndt and Rev. Philip Hale
Kantor Zachary Zieschang
Church Office (402) 493-1744
Our Communion Practice: What to ExpectBecause communing together in the Holy Supper of Christ's body and blood presupposes unity in Christ's doctrine, we cannot invite all guests to the Lord's Table. Zion practices closed Communion to preserve our doctrinal unity in this Holy Meal in which Christ gives His body and blood for the forgiveness of sins.
The Resurrection is Practical
The resurrection is practical. In fact, there is nothing more practical on earth. Resurrection means to be raised from the dead. So, even though one dies, it does not mean the end. It makes death temporary. It is our hope. After all, Christians do not get ahead in this life because of their faith.