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COVID-19 and Zumbro

COVID Precautions

Zumbro’s COVID Advisory Team reminds us that the precautions we take as we gather for worship, serving, and community building helps protect one another every time we gather. It’s important that we continue to wear masks in the church building for all events and be mindful of physical distancing. Food and beverages, even among small…

A Note from the Pastors

August 3, 2021 Dear Friends of Zumbro, The Delta variant is cause for concern. It has spread quickly and is proving to be easily transmissible. The CDC and the Minnesota Department of Health are now classifying Olmsted Country as having “substantial community transmission.” Much as we’ve enjoyed relaxing some of our safety protocols of late,…

Phased Re-opening Plan

We continue to be vigilant during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, ministry and the work of the gospel continues. In an effort to provide clearer guidance to staff, lay leadership, and community partners, a phased re-opening plan has been developed to guide decisions and planning. We will continue to follow the recommendations of the CDC, state…

Update from the pastors | July 25, 2020

People of Zumbro, Our two outdoor services have been lots of fun. They have been safe and comfortable, and it’s been great to connect with people we haven’t seen in a while. If you feel healthy and strong, you might want to check out the service some Sunday at 10am. The weather looks a bit…

COVID-19 and Zumbro | Update on June 19, 2020

1) Today is known as Juneteenth. On this day in 1865 – the year that Zumbro was formed – the last slaves in America were set free. Confederate soldiers had surrendered in April of 1865 but word didn’t reach the last enslaved Black people until June 19, when Union soldiers brought the news of freedom…

COVID-19 and Zumbro | Update on May 30, 2020

1) We had some great fun this past Thursday night. About 20 cars, including several convertibles, showed up. We were going in parade to the homes of our high school graduates. To cover all the graduates, we had three different parade routes.  Banners were flying, horns were honking, and gift bags were shared. It was…