Zion's Hill United Methodist Church in Wilton, Connecticut; a Joyful Community
Zion's Hill United Methodist Church
Monday, June 26, 2017
A Joyful Community.

News From the Hill

Christmas Party DECEMBER 19, 2015 


infant baptism (Joseph sion Kim) DECEMBER 13, 2015 

 

Christmas Decoration December 4, 2015 

 

Thanksgiving Sunday, November 22, 2015 

 

Send a smile (making personal card with wendy) November 14, 2015

 

Casual Sunday & CT United Ride, August 30, 2015

Church School SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2015

 
Congratulations!
 
Celebrating 14 years of Sunday School perfect attendance!
We appreciate you being our Sunday School Superintendent!
 
 
We appreciate 11 years of Rev. Jane's Youth Ministry together!
 
 

Graduation Sunday, June 7, 2015 

Congratulations!! We are so proud of you all!!
 
 
Easter service, April 5, 2015

Come celebrate the risen Lord Jesus the Christ!
We handed out handmade palm crosses & easter eggs as a sign of peace and love!
 
 

Christmas Eve Candle light Worship, December 24, 2014

On December 24, 2014, a wonderful candle light service best celebrated & presented the coming Lord & Christ Jesus!
 
 
 
 

Thanksgiving Sunday & Potluck, November 30, 2014

On November 30, 2014, WE (Zion's Hill UMC) celebrated together the spirit of thanksgiving with a special worship service highlighting the "Great Thanksgiving" (Holy Communion) followed by the Potluck lunch!

It was more than a time of fun and fellowship, demonstrated what WE do and celebrate as the body of Christ!! Come let us worship God who gave us so many things to be grateful!
 
("Great Thanksgiving")
 
 
(Thanksgiving Potluck Centerpiece)
 
 
(Let the Potluck begin!)
 
 
(Enjoying the Potluck!)
 
(Can't go without a turkey, right?)
 
(And without a dessert, a potluck is incomplete!)
 
Thank you for everyone who participated in many different ways, your presences and smiles complete the Thanksgiving Sunday & Potluck!
 
Can't wait to see you soon for Christmas Eve!
 
Blessings and Love,
Zion's Hill United Methodist Church
 

Update: Zion's Hill@ Stop Hunger Now

Marc Vermouth, a New England regional director of Stop Hunger Now sent us a news where our packaged Stop Hunger Now meals were sent. Following is the message: 

Friends of Stop Hunger Now,

 

We are delighted to announce that meals from your meal packaging event have been shipped in a container with 285,120 meals from our New England warehouse. The meals will be received by our in-country partner Salesian Missions. If this is the second email you have received, this simply means that your meals have gone to impact multiple places.

 

Your meals will support the holistic work of Salesian Missions in Haiti. The Salesian work Lakay/Lakou is a three step program in Cite Soleil, Haiti, to socially and economically rehabilitate street children. Cite Soleil is one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Haiti, and armed gangs are in control of most of the area behind the Salesian complex. During the first stage of the program, the Salesians get to know the youth who live on the streets, especially the young women who are working in prostitution. Between 200-300 students come to the second stage house, Lakou, every day, because it is a safe place where they can get what is usually their only cooked meal of the day. Students at Lakou participate in workshops to learn trades, and are also invited to stay over one night per week. The third stage, Lakay, consists of dormitories, classrooms, and workshops where the Salesians house and care for 150 students: educating them, teaching them a trade, feeding them three meals a day, and taking steps to reconcile the students with their families.  

 

 For more information about our partner, please visit www.salesianmissions.org.

 

Visit www.stophungernow.org for more information on how to continue your involvement in the fight against hunger and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/stophungernow for updates, videos and photos from the field.  

 

Thank you for generously donating your time as a volunteer with Stop Hunger Now.  

 

We are sincerely grateful for your dedication and for sharing our vision of a world without hunger.

 

Sincerely,

 

Marc Vermouth & Danielle McCrary
Stop Hunger Now New England
Marlboro, MA

 

Once again, thank you for everyone who came out to support this great cause, "working together to end world hunger!"

 

Zion's Hill @ Stop Hunger Now, October 25 

 
(Photo from Stop Hunger Now Facebook page)
 
Several of our congregation members participated an wonderful opportunity
-packaging a nutritional meal for people in need-sponsored by Stop Hunger Now.
This was a part of Wilton interfaith efforts to support a non-profit organization, Stop Hunger Now, to end poverty.

More information can be found here: http://www.stophungernow.org
We packaged over 160,000 meals with about 700 volunteers coming together from 10 different faith institutions.
These meals will be delivered to those most needy, targeting school children in Sub-Saharan Africa and regions afflicted with Ebola as well as Haiti and Central America.
Thank you all who participated and organized this event! 
 

Zion's Hill Rummage Sale, October 4   

It was raining all day long but many people came to find rest and goods!
We were glad to provide hospitality and goods for those who came.
Thank you everyone who participated and organized this event!