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
For weeks we have been talking about the warnings that the ancient Hebrews received from God. If they continued to act as though they didn't want a relationship with God, regardless of what they said, eventually they would get what they wanted. And they did. First the northern kingdom of Israel was destroyed and the southern kingdom of Judah was invaded, Jerusalem was sacked, the temple was demolished and the best and brightest were taken into Exile in Babylon. Years later, some of them returned to Judah, but not all of them. Some of them made a new life for themselves in Babylon, which God had invited them to do. The story of Esther takes place more than one hundred years after the Exile. The Jews in this story are not people longing to go home. They are descendants of immigrants, citizens who are nonetheless still recognized as "different." They are working out the complexity of living as the people of God in a foreign land.