worship at peace lutheran church
As a faith community we gather for worship seeking God. It is through Bible readings, music, thought-provoking messages, prayers, and in the bread and wine of communion that we encounter Christ and are renewed.
All worship services invite you to come as you are (no dress code)
and to participate in Holy Communion.
Contemporary Praise Service: 9:00 am
This service features an amplified praise band (guitars, drums, song leaders), contemporary songs, and a more casual feel with the same Bible verses and sermon as the traditional service. Communion is shared by intinction (dipping the bread into the wine or grape juice).
Gluten free bread is available.
Children are always welcome in worship and a special time and message are provided for them. Younger children are also welcome to visit our nursery.
Sunday School for all ages: 10:15 am
more information is on the Sunday School page
Traditional Liturgical Worship: 11:15 am (10:45 in the summer)
This service has traditional hymns, organ or piano music, and uses the Lutheran Book of Worship and a traditional worship structure. Communion is shared at the altar with individual bread and cups. Gluten free bread is available.
Children are welcome at this service, too!
While "traditional," this service is by no means "stuffy."
Both services follow the format of Gathering, Word, Meal and Sending - see below - and include music, scripture, a message and fellowship.
Child care in our nursery is also available during all worship services.
There is no Sunday School during the summer.
Regular Worship Services
Contemporary Praise Service: 9:00am
Sunday School for all ages: 10:15am
Liturgical Worship Service: 11:15am
child care is available at all services
There will be one service at 10am on Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
WHAT IS LUTHERAN WORSHIP LIKE?
Lutheran worship typically uses the following format:
During the opening part of worship, we offer a song, a greeting through scripture, and also a welcoming word. We confess our sins, along with our brothers and sisters, and we are offered forgiveness. We also pray a Prayer of the Day together. This part of the service can be brief or extended, depending on the time in the church year.