Friday, February 12, 2016

Featured

Faith Locked Up

During Lent Revered Mariah Marlin-Warfield and the Church of Peace in Rock Island,... 


Tri-Mu Take-Out

Imagine this: You’re coming home on a cold, dark winter evening, facing the... 


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Events

Ash Wednesday Service

February 10th is Ash Wednesday.  Church of Peace will have its traditional Ash Wednesday... 


Winter Game Nights

The Social Committee has scheduled two winter Game Nights.  The first is Friday,... 


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News

New Members Join Church of Peace

Donna Boyle welcomes Jeffrey Novak into church membership. On Sunday, November 29, Church of Peace welcomed Jeffrey Novak, Mat and Jeanine Carlson, and Jenny and Cory Bote (with their daughter Vivian) into membership. Jeffrey Novak was also baptized. A reception for the new members followed worship.  Read More →


Decorate the Church

The sanctuary will be decorated for Advent/Christmas after the service on Sunday, November 22.  Please join us.  The more the merrier!  Read More →


Sermon Preview: Nov 8, 2015

Our worship series on courage continues with a sermon called “Courage to Live” and with the beloved Bible story of a paralyzed man who gets up from his mat in front of everyone. Join us for worship at 10:30am on Sunday. Together, we’ll remember our invitation to get up from the dead and to help each other with this miracle.  Read More →


Pope Francis’ message on creation care resonates with UCC leaders in D.C.

Written by Anthony Moujaes Leaders of the United Church of Christ were among a crowd of 25,000 people from a multitude of faiths who were on hand to hear Pope Francis during a Mass Sept. 23 in Washington, D.C., where they learned that good people can come together on difficult issues — such as immigration and climate care — even if they disagree on other issues. “Pope Francis was greeted warmly by the thousands gathered outside the church,” said the Rev. John Deckenback, conference minister of the UCC’s Central Atlantic Conference.... [Read more]


Sermon Preview: Sept 20

During the rebuilding of the temple, a new foundation is laid. When the people see the new foundation, a great shout echoes through the earth, but the shout is a mess. Some people are weeping. Some people are rejoicing! And so it is with us. Whether you come with grief or with joy, know that you are welcome at Church of Peace. Join us at 10:30am on Sunday for worship which will include the sermon called “Beginning with a Great Shout.”  Read More →


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