Peace Lutheran Church invites you to be part of its “extended family” of Christians, believers who are called to be the church by the Holy Spirit in the Lutheran/evangelical catholic tradition. Martin Luther, who spearheaded the Lutheran reformation in the 1500’s, once said that gathering with God’s people in united adoration of God is necessary to the Christian life. In worship we hear God’s Word and receive the gifts of God’s presence, forgiveness, and strength to live the life to which believers are called, and hope for the life to come.
Peace is a worshiping community, a group of servants under Christ, our head, a part of the Body of Christ. Our “roots” as a church go back to the first apostles of Jesus himself. God calls and empowers all believers to do ministry, each with his or her own God given gifts, under the leadership of a pastor called by the congregation, according to the faith and order of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
Sunday Worship Service at 9:15 AM