Worship at peace

You can find worship online! 

We are grateful that even if we cannot gather in person, we can still
Be at Peace and worship with one another. 

You can find Peace's Worship Services on facebook or YouTube

Sunday services are posted weekly at 10:00am

Wednesday Devotions & Holy Week services are posted at 3:30pm

Small group Communion service:

Sign-up for a communion service for a small group (10 or less). These visits can happen in the yard of your home or in the courtyard at church. Best practices of physical distancing and pre-packaged supplies will be used. 

Your yard

Church courtyard

WOrship With US

This is something new to our website as we try ways to help you worship though we cannot be in the same building. 

Our Easter Sunday worship video should be below this paragraph. (Video will not be live until after 10am on April 12). 

clicking the 'play' button is all you need to view worship!

Sundays & Wednesdays

Our in-person gatherings are postponed, until it is safe to be in the same physical space.


Fellowship (with coffee!): 9 AM

Sunday School (pre-k through 4th grade): 9:30 AM

Worship: 10 AM

Fellowship (with coffee!): 11 AM


Worship: 6 PM

Confirmation (8th & 9th grade): 6:45 PM

Friends in Faith (5th-7th grade): 6:45 PM


In Matthew 28, Jesus gives us the command to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Jesus himself was baptized in Matthew 3, preparing the way for all of us who were to follow after him.

One thing that can sometimes be confusing to others is why we (Christians of the ELCA) affirm and practice infant baptism. In Mark 10:13-16, Jesus instructs his followers to let the little children come to him. All who desire to be baptized or have their children baptized are invited to call the church office to set up a time for us to celebrate this sacrament together.


We welcome all those who have been baptized and instructed. For our congregation, the age of First Communion instruction is 9 years old, and is celebrated on Maundy Thursday (the Thursday of Holy Week, before Easter Sunday).

Ultimately though, eating at the Lord's table is between you and God. We can only share the means of God's grace, and let God do the rest. When we say all are welcome, this is an important part of that welcome.