Bishop Dr. Victoria Cortez of Nicaragua with Peace delegation
We were fashioned to behold the wonders all around us...
Art & Spirituality
Simplicity speaks volumes...
Jazz at Peace
The soul has no shape…only melody and pulse
A thousand candles can be lighted from the flame of one candle... Gandhi
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!
Office Hours: Tues/ Wed/Fri 10:30a – 5:30p Other days and times by appointment
- MAY 21: Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others ~ Final Class Tues 5/28
- MAY 31: FRIDAY FILMS: The Man Who Knew Too Much
- JUN 2: Jazz Church West 14th Season Finale with Clairdee!
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May 31st ~ FREE
6:30p Ken’s Roast Chicken dinner
7:00p Film: The Man Who Knew Too Much
Save the Date! Friday Films, May 31. Dinner at 6:30, film at 7:30. Kenny will prepare his usual delicious roast chicken dinner with roasted vegetables and a big green salad. Bring something to share or just show up. If anyone has a birthday in May, please let me know. Karen has volunteered to provide birthday cupcakes.
We pay tribute to the late Doris Day (1922-2019), who starred in a dramatic role with James Stewart in the The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956). Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, this classic suspenseful thriller is set in Morocco where the McKenna family is vacationing and the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Dr. Ben McKenna (Stewart) learns of an assassination plot but can’t turn to police because his young son, Hank, has been kidnapped to ensure his silence. Doris Day, who plays Dr. McKenna’s wife as popular singer Jo Conway, delivers a consummate performance of the legendary Oscar-winning song, “Whatever Will Be, Will Be” at a critical point in the film. Run time 120 min.; rated PG, Parental Guidance Suggested – Some material may not be suitable for children. FREE
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