Illustration of yellow flower and sun with black text on white background.
The Zion Lutheran Church was found in 1810 by a group of German immigrants who traveled across the Pennsylvania mountains. After a long and dreadful journey, these immigrants settled on the eastern territory, which they believed to be the “promised land.” The little church located on this eastern territory would later be called “Zion,” forming the Zion Lutheran Church. The sun and the flower may be a symbolization of the promised land.
God’s Day generally takes place on Sundays in terms of Christianity. People usually gather in the church on Sundays to spread the word of God. The generosity and caring of the people at Zion continue to allow the spread of the Good News of Jesus Christ since 1881.
Zion Lutheran Church. (n.d.). Our history. Retrieved June 3, 2021, from https://www.zionohio.org/history-of-zion.html