Saturdays 6:00 pm
Sundays 8:00 am and 10:45 am


Join us for Youth and Adult Sunday School
Sundays 9:30 – 10:30

Please read over the safety guidelines along the left side of our website for in-person worship.

You can also join us via Video Service. 
The worship service will be available online every weekend through Facebook and YouTube.  

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Thanks for being here!

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. At Zion, we are excited by what God is doing in our lives. That is why we worship, learn, gather, and root our children and youth in Jesus’ name. We would love for you to learn more about the life and ministry of Zion Lutheran Church.

Be sure to check out our blog and announcements. There’s always something going on at Zion and we can’t wait for you to join us!

Pastor Dave and Ryan
Worship with Us
Worship with Us

Gathering together to celebrate God’s presence in our lives.

Youth Ministry
Youth Ministry

Equipping our young people to live out lives of faith.

Congregational Life
Congregational Life

Living together as a supportive community of faith.

How to Find Us

We are conveniently located at the center of downtown Hollidaysburg.

Zion Lutheran Church
500 Allegheny Street
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
(814) 695-0091

Map of Hollidaysburg with Zion highlighted

Epiphany 2 Sermon

Sermon text: 1 Corinthians 6: 12-20 It was a beautiful January morning as I made my long and arduous daily commute between the parsonage and the church.  Hollidaysburg was bustling around me as people were commuting to their jobs as well.  With my eyes I could see the sun gleaming off of the courthouse clock…

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Baptism of Our Lord Sermon

Sermon text: Genesis 1: 1-5 and Mark 1: 4-11 In late May of 2019 we hosted an event at church called Paint and Sweets.  One of our members, Tabitha Shimer, donated her time and supplies as she taught 22 people how to paint—specifically how to paint a vase of lilacs.  It was a wonderful night,…

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Christmas 2 Sermon

Sermon text: John 1: 1-18 Christmas is more than a season, it is a way of life.  Now, for many people, I am certain that Christmas is a way of life, at least for the month of December.  Can you imagine if Christmas extended beyond January 6—beyond the church’s twelve days, or if it was…

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Christmas 1 Sermon

Sermon Text: Luke 2: 22-40 Here we are, on the 27th of December, and much of the world has already moved on from Christmas.  I already saw a commercial with a person throwing their tree into a wood chipper, declaring the end of Christmas and 2020.  But for the Church, we’re only getting started.  Long…

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