Meet Ground Oak!
The oldest of the two congregations, Upper Bermudian Lutheran Church (known as Ground Oak) has a rich history which dates back to 1770. Please click below to learn more about our congregation, past and present!
Meet Mt. Zion!
Mt. Zion was organized from the original congregation of Ground Oak in the mid 1800’s, and the two have shared a continuous and close relationship for over a century. Please click below to learn more about us.
Contact and Directions
Mt. Zion Lutheran Church is located at 4200 Carlisle Road Gardners Pa 17324 and Upper Bermudian Lutheran Church at 185 Ground Oak Church Road, Gardners Pa.
Welcome to the Upper Bermudian Lutheran Parish. We are made up of two congregations – Mt. Zion Lutheran Church and Ground Oak (Upper Bermudian Lutheran Church).
Currently we have only one Worship Service each week, starting at 10:30 am and alternating between each church.
Check the Worship Schedule under Worship Times below to see the location of the Weekly Service.
Please check our Weekly Schedule by clicking “Learn more” below.
Beginning July 18, 2021 there will be only ONE JOINT service PER WEEK, HELD AT THE CHURCH WITH THE 10:30 SERVICE. Click “learn more” to find the church with the 10:30 service. There will be no 9:00 am services, except Sunday School.
Wednesday Bible Study
Bible Study Group is held at Mt. Zion, 9:00 am each Wednesday morning and also on Sunday mornings at 9:00. Check the Worship Schedule (on link above) to find the location for each week. The 10:30 service alternates each week between the two churches.
Pastor's Hours Cancelled Until Further Notice
Our Past Weekly Services are on YouTube!
Current Services audio files are found under the Services menu on this website.
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Holy Hilarity Sunday, April 24, 2022
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Thanks to Dan Flohr, Elizabeth Baker-Mikesell with Rhoda McDermond, and Barry Steinour with Rhoda for sharing the “Humor Breaks” during the service and also to the Parish Choir Sister Act for providing some great music.