Staff Directory

About Our Staff

Zion's staff are dedicated to serving the needs of the Church and would be happy to talk to you and help you in any way we can! Feel free to call the church or send an email if you'd like to get in touch with someone.

Church Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: 740.362.6691
 

Music Director

Brian White

Music Director
740-362-6691

Brian White has been playing music in church since he began taking piano lessons in grade school. He has been music director at Zion for over 10 years and enjoys directing both the vocal choir and handbell choir, and playing the piano and organ during each worship service. He also teaches high school math in Utica and serves as music director for Delaware’s Arena Fair community theater productions. He is blessed to be married to Susan and to have three incredibly talented children.

Pulpit Minister

Rev. Beth Gedert

Pastor
740-362-6691

Beth is an enthusiastic extrovert who thinks being a pastor is the best job in the world. She spends her time providing pastoral care, writing encouraging sermons, and equipping the people of Zion for works of service. Beth has a master’s in divinity from Methodist Theological School in Ohio and more than a decade of experience in church leadership and non-profit management. She spends her downtime listening to audiobooks, sewing, and taking walks with her husband, Sam.

Recent Message

Rev. Beth Gedert

We are almost at the end of our Romans series; next week is the final week, so this week we are going to hear some of chapters 7 and 8. Before we hear the text this morning, I want to say a couple things about definitions. Remember how I have told you in the past that every translation of the Bible does interpretation simply through the words the translators choose? That's VERY true in this passage. Now sometimes what we need is some good interpretive translation. A word-for-word translation doesn't always give us the clearest meaning because there's a big difference between ancient Greek and modern English. But since it's easy to get confused, here are a few definitions that I would like you to keep in mind as you listen.