Zion Episcopal Church, North Branford, CT
Zion Episcopal Church, North Branford, CT

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Zion Musical Theater Camp 2024

August 12-16, 2024, from 9:00 to 3:00 daily, with a performance Friday August 16 at 6:30 pm. Registration deadline June 1st. Questions? See Kathi Maler or Mary Anne Hardy. 

The camp flyer and registration forms are available on the credenza near Lucy's office, or by clicking on the links below.

2024 Theater Camp flyer
Flyer with additional details on the theater camp
2024-Theater Camp Flyer.pdf
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2024 Summer Musical Theater Camp Registration
Registration form
2024-Summer Musical Theater Camp Registr[...]
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Thank you to all who made the fundraiser brunch for Amistad Catholic Worker House/Rosette Neighborhood Village such a success! Amistad has built tiny houses on their property to replace the tents for displaced persons in their backyard.

On Sunday, May 7th, we had a prayer hike with Eucharist with the Rt. Rev. Laura Ahrens in Guilford. It was a beautiful day and we were blessed with participants from other area churches.



Swords into Plowshares


Retired CT Bishop, The Rt. Rev. Jim Curry came to Zion on Sunday April 23rd to preach and to bring his forge to make garden tools from gun parts.


Retired CT Bishop, The Rt. Rev. Jim Curry came to Zion on Sunday April 23rd to preach and to make garden tools from gun parts. We were joined by our neighbors from St. Andrew's, Northford. We gave thanks for a break in the rain which allowed participants to hammer gun parts into trowels and gun barrels into heart necklaces.


Our worship service can still be seen on our Facebook page. Bishop Curry's powerful sermon can be heard at 15:02.  Video of the forging can also be seen on Zion's Facebook page.


"The word that Isaiah son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. For out of Zion shall go forth instruction and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. He shall judge between the nations and shall arbitrate for many peoples; they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation; neither shall they learn war any more."

Donations of clothing


Zion brings donated clothing to Loaves and Fishes in New Haven. Donations of seasonal clothes may be brought to Zion any Sunday. 

Donations of deposit bottles


Zion has graciously accepted the donations of deposit bottles and cans since 1980 when the program began.  This fundraising program continues, even after the passing of these two faithful parishioners.  We ask that you please leave the RINSED deposit bottles and cans in the space under the back stairs before any go upstairs in the recycling can on the deck.   Bottle and Can Funds will now be directed to our Outreach efforts.

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