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Checkout this new program being offered at Zion in partnership with Moose Jaw Family Services that focuses on connecting seniors in our community.

Senior’s Connection and Resiliency.

Seniors Connection and Resiliency is a program that Moose Jaw Family Services and Zion United Church are offering in partnership for our seniors in the community.
WHEN: January 11, 2021—March 31, 2021
on Mondays, Wednesdays, from 9:30—11:30 am
Where: Zion United Church 423 Main St. North in the Social Hall
Social Distancing and COVID-19 protocol will be strictly followed
What is it?
We will be providing a variety of socially distanced games and activities such as:
• Charades
• Best Trivia for Seniors
• Bingo
• Table Cards for topical conversation
• Wreck the Journal
• “Telestration”
• Various crafts, such as painting perhaps, all supplies provided.
On Mondays, activities will have “Old Time” music being offered live in the background.
Wednesdays will have a variety of educational opportunities such as:
• Relationships and Covid-19 realities
• Information technology specialist providing guidance and
teaching for using your devices to connect with others and
opportunities provided online during isolation restrictions.
• Ongoing updates on Covid-19 restrictions and changes.
• Learning to strengthen your relationship using “Love
Funding is proved through Moose Jaw Family Services by United Way Regina’s Emergency Community Support Fund and through Zion United Church by The Living Skies Regional Council of the United Church of Canada from the Region’s IGGH Senior’s Fund.
for more information or to register contact Brenda:

brenda@mjfamilyservices.ca or call 306-694-8135


Welcome to Zion

Zion has suspended all in person Worship until further notice

Our “From Tim’s Desk” Recipe project has reached fruition. It is now on sale for $15 and contains 75 recipes submitted by a variety of participants.

To get your copy of Zions Eating Our Way Through the Pandemic Cookbook 

Contact Jeannette the church office at 306-692-3842 


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