Peace Lutheran Church

Worship: Sundays at 10 AM
Address: 3201 Camino Tassajara, Danville, CA 94506
Photo of musician Silvestre Martinez standing on rocks in front of water

Silvestre Martinez

Peace Happenings…

Peace Lutheran Church is Open!  

We are holding Worship together, Sundays at 10:00a; Recorded Worship will be available soon after.

Office Hours:

  • Tues/Wed/Fri:  12:30 – 5:30
  • Thur by appointment with Pr. Steve


We look forward to seeing you!

Church office:
(925) 648-7000 or [email protected].


JAZZ Church West at Peace!

Jazz at Peace happens

the 1st Sunday of each month at 5:00 pm


Our next concert is SUNDAY June 2nd with the Silvestre Martinez Trio!


Join percussionist, composer, and Bay Area music treasure Silvestre Martinez as he leads his Latin jazz trio with original as well as classic Latin music.  Also featured will be pianist Erick Peralta and bassist Fred Randolph, both veterans of the Bay Area music scene.  Have a listen HERE.



Plus The EarthFest Art Exhibit!

Feast your eyes on the fine EarthFest Art Exhibit: The Earth is crying out for Advocates and Lovers!  Hear and feel that Voice through the images of interfaith artists at the Grand Opening on Cinco de Mayo.  Meet the artists afterwards.  You will never be the same!


Our next season will begin in October.


Jazz at Peace is a direct descendant of the famous Jazz Vespers in New York City. Jazz Vespers has transformed into an Interfaith Celebration and birthed as Jazz at Peace on the West Coast.  Steve Harms adds poetic inspiration you will appreciate.


Come as you are and enjoy free jazz music!


You’ve got hear these phenomenal improvisational artists — cool, soulful, hilarious, and guaranteed to lift your spirits! A reception always follows.  Audience donations keep the jazz alive.


Enjoy video clips of Power Trio  Dan Zemelman, Mads Tolling and John Santos; and  improv with Wing It. It was an evening filled with energy, creativity and joy.


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Listen to the Peace Jazz theme song.

For, while the tale of how we suffer, and how we are delighted, and how we may triumph is never new, it always must be heard. There isn’t any other tale to tell, it’s the only light we’ve got in all this darkness.

-James Baldwin in “Sonny’s Blues”