A new credence table was dedicated at Zions Evangelical Lutheran Church in Weatherly during worship on Sunday, October 4th. The table was hand crafted by Alyson Hoegg, a member of Zions and donated by Todd A. Gimbi, who also serves as Sacristan at Zions. The table was donated in loving memory of Joshua Cooper Naegele who committed suicide last year. His mother Jennifer Cooper, spoke at the service about suicide awareness. Harry Sipler played “Lift High the Cross” on guitar and “Morning has Broken” was the music at Presentation. Joshua was dedicated to his faith and served as Crucifer for many years. Everyone in attendance received a suicide awareness ribbon pin. Light refreshments were served outdoors after the service. CDC Guidelines were followed.