Currently all worship service are being done online – with the exception of Drive Up Communion on Sundays at 11am. Please follow the links on our Worship Services tab to be directed to our Facebook or Youtube page where you can view services. 
What is Worship Like At Peace?
  • Worship is roughly 1 hour long and includes communion each week. 
    • There are Four part of worship at Peace each Sunday; Gather, Word, Meal, Send.
    • Gather– A time where we remember we are part of God’s community, songs, prayers, and confession and forgiveness remind us that God welcomes us and encourages us to welcome each other as brothers and sisters in faith!
    • Word– Weekly readings from the Bible and a homily or message  from our Pastor help us stay rooted in our faith.
    • Meal– This is the celebration of Holy Communion! All people and ages are welcome to participate in the meal!
    • Currently we offer a drive up communion service each Sunday From 11am-11:30am. Prayer takes place at 11am, and communion is distributed to each car as they depart. We ask that all members in the car wear masks when receiving communion, Our Pastor will also be masked to ensure the safest experience possible. We also ask that all participants give their name and contact information in case there is a need for contact tracing. 
  • Send– This is the final part of the service and includes closing prayers, songs, and blessings that remind us that we are sent with God’s blessings to share God’s Love in our World
 Children in Church
Peace Lutheran Church loves children! Pastor Megan does her best to include kids in worship by asking them to help with simple tasks like carrying the offering plate or helping with a children’s service. Our members are delighted to play peek-a-boo over the pew with your little ones, and we provide a quiet room attached to the sanctuary for kids who need to wiggle and giggle during the service. – Please see our Nursery page for more info
Middle School and High Youth are also welcome and encouraged to participate in worship by acolyting, helping usher, and serving as readers. Please see our Youth Ministry Page for more information