Sunday, February 1, 2015

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New information about visiting COP for the 1st Time

We created a new page on our site aimed at helping first time visitors to the Church... 


Church cookbook for sale

To celebrate the Church of Peace’s 120 years, the Women’s Guild has... 


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Events

Souper Bowl of Sharing

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Annual Congregational Meeting

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Sermon Preview: January 25

In a scene worthy of youtube, our Gospel story features Jesus confronting an unclean spirit. He looks directly at the man who was being tormented, and Jesus calls the demon right out. But get this, the demon recognizes Jesus! How do you recover from that? Join us for worship this Sunday when the sermon “Called Out and Set Free” explores the source of our authority. Worship is at 10:30 followed by a potluck lunch and congregational meeting. All are welcome!  Read More →


Sermon Preview: Jan 11

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Sermon Preview: Jan 4

Join us for a special worship service at 10:30am on Sunday January 4th. We will celebrate an early Epiphany with a brass band and holy communion. The message, “The Place Where the Star Stops and the Baby Cries,” will invite us to consider the place of intersection between the dreams we have for the world and the plans we have for our lives. Also during the service, there will be an opportunity to gather and dedicate our dreams for 2015. All are welcome!  Read More →


Sermon Preview: Dec 21

In this season of wild angels and strange stars, it makes sense to look to the heavens to see a sign of God bursting into our world. But what if God is closer than we think? In a sermon called “Signs Right Here” we’ll consider how our own bodies invite us to encounter the presence of God. Join us for worship at 10:30am on this fourth Sunday in Advent.  Read More →


Sermon Preview: December 7

What do you do when you’re a prophet living during the Babylonian exile and you get called to announce a message of comfort, but you’re not sure you believe it? Ah, the problems with being a prophet! Join us for worship at 10:30am on Sunday December 7th when we’ll hear one prophet’s experience of struggle and hope in a message called “Signs Spoken By God”. Worship will also include special music by the Bell Choir and the sacrament of Holy Communion. All are welcome!  Read More →


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