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New Zumbro Blog Post!

Read about how Zumbro teams are welcoming the stranger; particularly as we witnessed the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the massive US mission to relocate thousands of Afghan allies.

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Sundays – 8:30am (Livestreamed, also!) and 10:30am

Wednesdays – 6:15pm

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Masks are required for all…
In accordance with CDC guidelines and because of the rapid spread of the delta variant.

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Open Table

Open Table is a mobile food truck ministry partnership between

Zumbro Lutheran Church and People of Hope Lutheran Church.

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Zumbro’s Mission
Our journey of faith leads us to build bridges of understanding and peace, to reach out with compassion, and to share the hope of Jesus.

Livestreaming Worship at 8:30am Sundays. In-person worship Sundays @ 8:30am and 10:30am and Wednesdays @ 6:15pm in the sanctuary.
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Masks are required for all…
In accordance with CDC guidelines and because of the rapid spread of the delta variant.


Memorial Services

Memorial for DeWaine Silker

CLICK ON THE GRAPHIC TO WATCH THE LIVESTREAM and to read the obituary.     •     Memorial Service: Saturday, July 17 @ 11am. Slideshow This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office.

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News

Open Table Turns 5!

Follow Zumbro’s missions on the blog. Director of Mission, Sarah Lichty and those who work with her recently have written about Open Table’s 5th anniversary. Read more here!

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…

The Zumbro Current | June 2020

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