NOTE: Due to coronavirus precautions, we are adjusting how we worship, serve, and learn.
Sunday worship services will be held in our parking lot at 10:25 a.m. via low-power FM radio. Please keep a distance from other cars in order to safely roll down your window so we can hear each other singing and speaking. Please wear a face covering if you leave your car for any reason, and observe the 6-foot rule. We will celebrate Communion on the 1st Sunday of each month. Please bring bread and juice for everyone in your car.
The Food Pantry is open on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 4 -6:30 p.m. We are using a drive-through plan to minimize exposure and maximize safety for all.
We are collecting single-serve portions of non-perishable fruits and single-serve “main dishes” requiring minimal preparation (mac-n- cheese/pasta cups, etc.) to include in weekend food its for AW students at risk for hunger. (Please, no perishable items. We have plenty of chips, cookies, etc.) Please place donations in the storage container near the door in our parking lot, and then contact us to let us know it’s there (so we can make sure it goes to students and not to critters!).
Please continue to check our web site or office phone, or “like” our Facebook page, for updates as we grow into this new way of worshiping. The congregation at Zion is keeping all in prayer as we move through this difficult time together.
Welcome to Zion UMC, in the heart of Whitehouse! Not only are we located in the geographic heart of the community, we also seek to live out the values that form the “heart” of a healthy, vibrant community—values that affirm the dignity and sacred worth of all people and God’s creation. And, we address the needs that are at the heart of life in Whitehouse—the needs of the hungry, the needs of children and their families, and the need that all people have for a place where they can encounter God through faith in Jesus.
Zion UMC is a group of people redeemed by Jesus’ death and resurrection, all because of his love for us. None of us comes to the church or stays here because we are “good enough.” We come because we want to turn from our sinful, troublesome ways, accept the saving grace Jesus offers us, learn how to follow his life-giving path in worship and service, and experience the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
We invite you to join us at Zion UMC, in the heart of Whitehouse!
We are one street west of Providence St. in Whitehouse, 1 block north of the south fork of the Wabash Cannonball Trail, a block behind the Buzz Restaurant and within sight and just to the south of both the First Federal of Delta Bank and Whitehouse Primary School. Map
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