WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
We invite you to join us. If you seek a small, friendly community with a Lutheran Christian heritage, if you search for good news, the message of God's love in Christ, and companions on life's diverse paths towards God, if you are looking for a place away from life's busy-ness, a more quiet, restful and yet creative place, then we look forward to the gift of your presence among us.
We offer creative possibilities to journey together and share faith stories through forums, speakers, bible studies, presentations, movies, art making, and children/youth faith time. By combining the arts and worship, we reach out in new ways and celebrate creativity.
We invite community to share their gifts of creativity and art with us.
Christmas in August
Since 2004, members of Peace Lutheran Church volunteer in the community in August and at other times to do home projects, including but not limited to roof work, painting, plumbing and yard work. Supplies will be paid for if homeowners are unable to do so. Last year, 40 repairs were made to houses in the community.
Community members who are interested in getting work done on their home can contact us to get more information.
A weekly text study is held every Tuesday at 10:00 AM via Zoom.
All are welcome. Couples group, book studies, and various learning opportunities meet throughout the year (watch calendar for upcoming events).
Children/Youth Ministries (ON HOLD DURING PANDEMIC)
Intergenerational Education: The Great Story is for all ages and is available on Wednesday Evenings during the school year.
Dinner - 6pm
Activity/story - 6:45-7:30.
The church choir practices alternate Sunday mornings at 8:30 am during September through May. If you are interested in joining the choir, or would like to share other musical talent, please contact us to get more information.
Peace Lutheran Church was selected as one of 50 sites nation-wide to be part of an urban gardening project. The project, sponsored by Urban Farming and Triscuit, aims to feed members of the local community by using land that may otherwise go to waste.
Members of Peace Lutheran Church planted various vegetables including green beans, zucchini, tomatoes, squash and beats, and donate a portion of what is harvested to the Keystone Community Services food shelf. The community is invited to participate in the garden through the following ways:
•Recent harvested vegetables will be available to anyone in the community in need from a table outside the church after Sunday services.
•Volunteers are needed to help out with the garden. Contact us to find out how to get involved.