Faith, With A Side Of Sour Beef
Zion Church of the City of Baltimore was founded in 1755 by German immigrants. It still holds services in German, and even offers German language classes. But like many venerable religious institutions, Zion is trying to figure out how to remain relevant as it honors the past.
We hear the thoughts of several congregants and clergy about Zion’s future. Plus, we go behind the scenes to hear how 4,000 dumplings are made in time for Zion’s annual Sour Beef event! For information about Zion Church Sour Beef event, visit this link, and for general information about Zion Church, see this link.
To watch a behind the scenes video of the Zion Church Dumpling Brigade, https://youtu.be/CUvGVq4ILZw">visit this link.
This program was created in conjunction with the Goethe Institut’s ‘The Big Pond’ listening series, as part of ‘Wunderbar Together,’ a year long celebration of German-American friendship.