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Bishop Dr. Victoria Cortez of Nicaragua with Peace delegation

We were fashioned to behold the wonders all around us...

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Art & Spirituality

Simplicity speaks volumes...

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Jazz at Peace

The soul has no shape…only melody and pulse

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Justice Advocacy

A thousand candles can be lighted from the flame of one candle... Gandhi

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Science & Evolution

When the solution is simple, God is answering... Einstein

Welcome to Peace Lutheran Church. — an unfolding mosaic of Grace. We encourage spiritual exploration; equip friends with  experiences of wisdom, compassion and joy; provide pastoral care; engage contemporary prophetic struggles; value both our Christian roots and dialogue with interfaith partners as we celebrate creativity and contemplation  in community life and worship. Join us!

Peace Happenings…

Office Hours: Week of Aug 27~ Aug 30:  Tues/Wed/THUR  1:30a – 5:30p 

Friday, Aug 30 Office closed (Pr. Steve available)

FRI  AUG 23 ~ Friday Films: 

Amazing Grace.  

Join us for  Kenny’s roast  chicken dinner at 6:30 and Amazing Grace at 7:30.  This 1972 documentary of Aretha Franklin laying down gospel for her album of the same name leaves most people breathless with the spirit of gospel only she can  deliver!

Peace supports Justice for all.
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60th Birthday Wish list

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We are grateful for your gifts celebrating Peace!

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begins Thursday, August 29th  ~  7:00p

Last week the ELCA Churchwide Assembly adopted a resolution that, among other things, declared the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) a sanctuary denomination. Many of you are asking, “What does this mean?”

Our call to love our neighbor is central to our faith. In our baptismal covenant we promise to strive for peace and justice in all the world. One of the ways we live out this vow is through our commitment to welcoming the stranger. With this declaration, we publicly state that walking alongside refugees and immigrants is a matter of faith.

We have prepared talking points to provide a better understanding and further clarification on what sanctuary means for you and your congregation. We acknowledge this will look different in different contexts across the ELCA.