Peace Lutheran Church

Who We Are

Our mission is to share Christ with he world and grow disciples for Jesus.

In March 1986, 57 charter members began worshiping in an elementary school - now we have a church, fellowship hall, and education building where our community worships, grows, and serves.
All are welcome to share their time, abilities, and financial resources to support the mission of Peace. You don’t have to be a member of this community of faith to get involved. We encourage people to participate on the basis of their spiritual gifts, personal interests and passions, ability, and time availability. We offer you an opportunity to do more than "go to church" but to become the church for those in need.



Our Services

Service Times

Sunday
  • 08:30am - A traditional style of worship with hymns and liturgy drawn primarily from the Lutheran Book of Worship (LBW) or Haugen Setting. From September through April the Adult Choir leads the congregation in song.
  • 10:00am - Upbeat contemporary praise songs as well as hymns that have been arranged for guitar and drums enhance this worship, which is led by one of our 3 praise teams.
Saturday
  • 05:30pm - A traditional/blended style of worship with liturgy drawn primarily from the Lutheran Book of Worship (LBW). Holy Communion is offered at this service every week.

What to Expect

What are services like?
Holy Communion is available every Sunday to all who believe in the risen Christ. Nursery is available Sundays for children up to age 2. During our 10A service, children (age 2- Gr6) come up to the altar for Young Disciples Time and then are released to Sunday school. Our Youth (Gr7-12) meet at 10A for faith conversation, prayer, and fellowship.

What is the community like?
Our multigenerational community seeks to grow disciples with a variety of classes and ministry opportunities for all ages. Out of our gratitude to all God has provided to us, we seek to share Christ with the world in many ways including through our After School Homework Center, teaming with Habitat for Humanity, re-packing rice and beans for local food banks, our annual Fall Festival, and our A Night in Bethlehem Christmas Event.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We invite you to come and see. We are a diverse community of young and old, in different places in our faith walk. We invite you to join us in worship, join us at Simple Supper on a Wednesday night and/or stay for a class or music rehearsal, or attend any of the adult bible studies available during the month. More than making members, this community is in the relationship-making business.


Leadership

Al Cassel
Pastor

Pastor Al Cassel was ordained in 1988 as a member of the first class of the newly formed ELCA. He was called to pastor at Peace in 2007.

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