Friday, February 27, 2015

Featured

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

Game Night 2!

Game Night was great success.  We’ve been asked to have another soon, so... 


Ash Wednesday Service

February 18th begins our Lenten journey this year with Ash Wednesday services.  Holy... 


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News

Sermon Preview: Feb 22

Imagine the scene: There are twin brothers. The younger one plays a trick to steal the birthright of the older one, so the older one plans to kill him. Twenty years pass, then the two brothers meet each other in the wilderness. Find out what happens next in the sermon “See God and Live”. Join us for worship on Sunday at 10:30am as we begin our Lenten series on forgiveness.  Read More →


Sermon Preview: Feb. 15

Have you ever gotten angry at someone you’re trying to help? Or maybe at someone who’s trying to help you? Who hasn’t had this happen? Join us at 10:30am on Sunday when we’ll hear a story of Jesus getting angry and healing a man all in the same breath. The sermon, “Moment of Impact: When Anger Collides with Compassion,” seeks to rekindle our call to peacemaking.  Read More →


Lenten Book Study

You can get a copy of The Book of Forgiving by Desmond and Mpho Tutu through the church. This important book by the Nobel Peace Prize winner and globally admired religious leader will form the basis for this year’s Lenten Study.  A light supper is served each Wednesday, February 25 through March 25 at 5:30 p.m. followed by the study.  Read More →


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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