Monday, November 24, 2014

Featured

Church cookbook for sale

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


Church of Peace Dedicates New Vision Statement

After many months of work, meetings, questions, research, thought and reflection,... 


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Events

Decorate the Church for Advent

We’ll decorate the sanctuary on Sunday, November 30th starting at 8:30 a.m. Sunday... 


Taco Luncheon

The Women’s Guild will host a Taco Luncheon this Sunday, November 9th, after... 


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News

Sermon Preview: Nov 23

This Sunday we remember the story of Hannah. She brought her prayers of grief and desperation and made them into an offering to God. As we receive the Thank Offering to support our food pantry and as we dedicate our 2015 pledge sheets, come join us in seeing what kind of offering we might bring to God. Our sermon series on abundance continues with a message called “More Than Enough Possibility”.  Read More →


Sermon Preview:

When it comes to money, we know how to worry about it. We know the weight in our shoulders from questions that go, “What if there’s not enough?” “What if I can’t catch up?” Jesus meets us right in the middle of this worry, and he offers a word of challenge and hope. Join us for worship at 10:30am on Sunday when we will share this hope with each other. The sermon “More Than Enough Money” is second in our series on the theme of abundance.  Read More →


Birdies for Charity Announcement

Find out how much the Church made during this year’s Birdies for Charity.  Click here  Read More →


Sermon Preview: Nov 2

Ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day, or not enough years in our lives? Take a long deep breath! Join us for worship at 10:30am on Sunday when the sermon More Than Enough Time will offer a word of hope to the hurried. Our worship will also include Totenfest (a service remembering those who have passed away) and holy communion. All are welcome!  Read More →


Sermon Preview: October 26

Whether you’re 8, 18, or 81, we all face the questions that go, “Who am I? What is my life for?” Come and hear how Jesus responds in two elegant sentences. Join us for worship on Sunday at 10:30am. Together we’ll celebrate Reformation Sunday with a sermon called “Statement of Identity and Purpose.”  Read More →


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