As Christians, we are called to be regularly and frequently in prayer. The life of prayer flows out of our day to day afflictions, anxieties, trials, and temptations and our meditation upon readings from the Scriptures. This takes place in the weekly Divine Service and daily offices (Matins, Vespers, etc.), but should also occur regularly in the home, when possible, with the whole household gathered.
The following resources may be helpful as you develop a habit of daily prayer.
Peace at Prayer Weekly Bulletin Inserts
Luther's Small Catechism (also available as a free app)
Higher Things daily reflections - You can read or listen to this short devotion on your own or as part of your family's daily gathering around God's Word and prayer.
If you have prayer requests, contact one of the pastors or the church office.
Wednesdays in Lent
Services at 12:00 pm and 6:30 pm
Supper served from 5:30-6:15 pm
February 10 Ash Wednesday "Knowing God...Perfectly
Meal served by LWML
February 17 Lent 1 "Knowing...The Lord's Supper"
Meal served by Jr. Youth
February 24 Lent 2 "Knowing... Gethsemane"
Meal served by Sr. Youth
March 2 Lent 3 "Knowing...The Palace of the High Priest
Meal served by Elders and Trustees
March 9 Lent 4 "Knowing...The Praetorium"
Meal by Sr. Youth
March 16 Lent 5 "Knowing...Calvary"
Meal served by Church Council
New Service Times
We are pleased to announce that after studying the issues involved, Peace Lutheran Church voted unanimously in her quarterly voters meeting to join the ACELC (an organization of LCMS congregations calling for scriptural and confessional fidelity). We invite others to join us as we lovingly call our sister congregations to be faithful to that which God has given us in His Word and to the same which we confess in the Book of Concord.
For a video highlighting the chief concerns and for related bible studies, click here.