Worship at Peace Lutheran Church is central to all we do. Scripture is filled with references regarding the importance of believers worshiping together. Therefore worship is intentionally designed to let the good news of Jesus go to work. The good news is there in our preaching and teaching. The good news is even there in what our people sing, pray, and confess.
Peace worship is a blend of traditional, gospel, contemporary, and more. Each Sunday we profess our faith through the Apostle's Creed and the Lord's Prayer. We share each other's joys during the “Yea God!” segment of our services and welcome requests for special prayers.
In worship, we come to hear what Jesus has done for us. God speaks the truth that sets us free. We respond with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.
Currently Peace Lutheran Church has one service at 9:00 a.m. every Sunday. Everyone is invited to stay after for fellowship hosted by Peace Cafe. This Sunday, August 26th we are having our "Great PLC Get Together." Worship will start at 10:30 a.m. instead of 9:00 and will be followed by a Summer Celebration Corn Feed.
Special Worship Services
Special services, such as Christmas Eve and Wednesday night lent services, are offered throughout the year. Information can be found in the worship bulletin and on the website closer to the date.
Peace celebrates Open Communion the first and third Sundays of every month, and all who believe are welcome to participate in remembrance of Christ.
Children / JAM
Jesus loves children and so does Peace. We want parents to know how much we love to see them at worship with their children, even if it gets noisy. Attending church as a family shows children that worship is important. To help our children understand the sermon, a church member presents a short children's message called JAM (Jesus and Me). All children are invited forward to participate.
Lectors read Bible passages during worship services. Readers of all ages are encouraged participate.
Ushers provide welcome, guidance, and support for those who enter the sanctuary. Ushers also distribute worship bulletins and collect the offering.
Being an acolyte is an up-close altar experience that is faith formative and puts youth in an active role in worship alongside the pastor and others.
The Altar Guild maintains and prepares Holy Communion elements and Holy Baptism supplies, as well as seasonal paraments for the altar and pulpit.
Our audio / visual teams serve the church by helping create a worshipful environment, which include the soundboard team, presentation team, and video team.