Faithful Giving

Giving of our time, talent and treasure is one way to support the church.  If you'd like to send a monetary donation, send a check to:

Zion UCC
51 W. Central Ave
Delaware, OH  43015

or even better, stop by our worship service and make your offering in person!   

Online Giving through PayPal

If you're unable to send a check or visit our worship, feel free to donate online through PayPal via the following link:

Special Needs Giving

Occasionally, opportunities arise for our body to give to individual causes that will help our community, missions abroad, and many other causes. 

Support People in Need

PIN helps Delaware County residents with immediate emergency needs possibly created by job loss, break-up of the family, illness, death, or other unexpected financial emergencies. We do not believe we are solving all of the people's problems by simply handing out food or paying utility bills. We see the immediate emergency need as a symptom and not the problem. Our role is to provide assistance with the immediate need and to take a look at the total needs of the family unit. We work with the family or individual to identify appropriate referrals, using all available community resources.

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Recent Message

Rev. Beth Gedert

This morning we begin a six-week series on the book of Romans. Perhaps no book in the whole Bible has been as influential and as controversial as Romans. And the same goes for its author, the Apostle Paul. Most people either love him or hate him. Guess what? As always, black and white answers are too easy. First of all the apostle Paul was a human being just like all of us. He is not just one thing. He has strengths and he has flaws. His theology, especially his expectation of Christ's return, evolves throughout his writing. He was a deeply religious and observant Jewish man, and a flame-throwing reformer. He wrote at least seven books of the New Testament, and as many as six more were written in his name by people who learned from him. Romans is one of his latest letters and there's a few important things to keep in mind as we study it. The first one is that at this point, nobody had heard of Christianity, including Paul.