Come help decorate Peace Lutheran Church for Christmas on November 25th at 10:00 A.M. Fun will be had by all, so don't miss out!!!!
The LWML is arranging for Poinsettia plants to be placed in the chancel for Christmas in memory of or in honor of loved ones. We will be purchasing 20 plants this year.
Donation for a Poinsettia plan is $7.75 with checks payable to Peace LWML. Please print the form below and bring to the Church Office, give to Paula Kehoe, or mail it per the instructions on the form.
Click "here" to open the form and print it.
December 14th at 6:30 P.M. will be Ladies Night at Peace Lutheran Church and the ladies will be holding their annual Cookie Exchange and Christmas Tea. There will be a light supper of St. Nicholas Soup and Sandwiches and the exchange of cookies.
Children of all ages and parents:
Saturday, December 9th, 2017 from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Peace Lutheran Church will hold its annual Breakfast with St. Nicholas!
Please call the Church Office at 402-462-9023 for reservations,
Now Available Thanksgiving Cards to give and share in the Narthex or Card Area
Men's Steak Night will be held on December 4th. For more details and to join, visit the new Fellowship Page (About Us > Fellowship)
It is finally ready! The new addition was dedicated on October 8th at the beginning of the Divine Service. The service was followed by a congregational potluck to celebrate the completion and explore the finished space.
Many thanks to the number of volunteers that helped to make the addition possible. God has blessed us with a great team of volunteers to head up our campaign. The teams and team leaders are listed below. The team leaders have begun to recruit team members and we will continue to add to our teams as the campaign moves forward.
Orphan Grain Train is planning for several shipments of goods, food and supplies for hurricane victims. They are collecting hygiene kits (these can contain toothpaste), new underwear and socks, tennis shoes, diapers, formula, non-perishable food, cleaning supplies to include large sponges, large heavy trash bags, brooms, mops, 5 gallon bucket, dust masks, safety glasses, work gloves, cleaning gloves (kitchen latex), tarps, pry bars (for removing sheetrock), square shovels, wheelbarrows, pressure washers (gas), and gas powered generators. A cleaning bucket can be prepared which would include a 5 gallon bucket, 1 large sponge, 1 roll paper towels, 2 gallons of liquid cleaner (Mr. Clean, Pine-sol, Lysol), 1 powder cleanser (Comet, Ajax), 1 kitchen latex gloves, 1 broom, and 1 mop. BRING ITEMS TO CHURCH!
Monetary donations can be sent to:
Orphan Grain Train
P. O. Box 1466
Norfolk, NE 68702
You may also make monetary donations through LCMS Disaster Response Website.
6:00pm Catechism Classes (5th-8th Grades)
6:00pm Choir Practice
6:00pm Classes (PreK-4th)
5th & 6th grades study Old Testament Catechesis one year and New Testament Catechesis the next year.
7th & 8th grades study Lutheran Catechesis, emphasizing Holy Scripture, Martin Luther's Small Catechism and the Lutheran Service Book (our hymnal) as they prepare for First Communion (when they are ready) and Confirmation (8th grade year).
Lent & Advent Additions
7:00pm Midweek Services
7:45pm Sr. Youth Meeting (begins right after service)
As of September 28th, quite a bit of progress can be seen both inside and out. Here you see the foundation for the new addition. There is also a hole cut in the wall of the current fellowship hall (for the future elevator). You also see the former lounge, which is where the new elevator will be.
The current state of the old lounge and youth rooms can be seen as well.