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+ Pastor Kelly Westlund's Installation service and reception will be held on April 27 at 1:00. Please register by clicking here.

+ "I am a Church Member" class begins April 7 and runs for six sessions. See UPCOMING EVENTS for more information.

+ Worship online anytime on Zion's  YouTube channel

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Our Sunday School program has opportunities available for all ages:

Sunday School begins in our Education building each Sunday morning at 10:15 following our worship service, and runs until 11:15.  We offer Preschool, Elementary, Middle School (Confirmation), High School, and adult education classes from September through May.  Please email education@zionkent.org for more information.

The form for registering Preschool through High School students is available here (one form for all students in your family, Preschool through High School age)


Preschoolers explore faith concepts through age-appropriate play spaces, prayers, music, and storytelling.



Kindergarten through 5th grade students work together as they navigate through stories of the Old and New Testaments.   They start each Sunday with music (both singing and chimes), followed by Bible time and activities related to the story they are learning each week.


Middle School (Confirmation)

6th through 8th grade students discover the richness of Lutheran beliefs, history, and traditions by studying Martin Luther’s Small Catechism, as well as the Old and New Testaments. As students grow in understanding of their faith and what it means to be a Lutheran Christian, they may decide they would like to “confirm” the faith in which they were baptized and accept it as their own.


High School

Our High School program is designed around the continuation of students’ relationship with God after baptism and confirmation. We will work in small study groups to get a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Lutheran Christian.  Day and time TBD.  



Each Sunday, various topics are explored that feature a leading voice from the Christian faith.  Time is spent on personal reflection and journaling, and sharing ideas with the group.  There will be guest speakers and presentations sprinkled throughout the Sunday School year.