New Service time
Starting on May 29 our divine service time is switching to 1:00pm followed by Bible Study. The reason is that our congregation begins her vacancy as Pastor Castillero comes to us from Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sheridan after his work at services there in the morning. We will continue to have the Sacrament of the Altar weekly and are thankful for the Lord providing us with a pastor to serve us while we are in vacancy. Please pray with us that the Lord would bless us with a new shepherd soon for the harvest is plentiful and the workers are few and the work to be done here is great…
50 years by God’s grace!
50 years! Prince of Peace Lutheran Church celebrates her 50th anniversary as a congregation. On April 24th, at 4pm, We will have a special Sunday Service to commemorate this occasion (there will be no morning service this day). Our guest preacher will be former Pastor, Rev. Kirk Peters and our Guest organist will be Kantor Steven Hoffman. It will be a blessed day accentuated by special music from choir and instrumentalists as we gather together to receive God’s gifts of Word and Sacrament! Follow the service we will have a catered meal with great rejoicing and fellowship! If you would like to join us for this day please RSVP at…
Who Cares about Holy Week?
Who cares about Holy Week? God cares! He cares so much “that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. (John 3:16-17) He cares so much that when Jesus prayed in the Garden Gethsemane, “That if there was another way then let him choose that way, but he also said not my will, but yours be done. I’m not exactly sure why our churches are not filled to the brim at Holy Week anymore. Maybe it’s…
Passing Through or Looking for a Church Home?
If you are passing through on vacation or are new to the area, you are certainly invited to join us for the Divine Service at 9am! Do you desire to receive the Sacrament? See our “What We Believe section” to learn more about the loving practice of Closed Communion. Please feel free to contact our Pastor and let him know that you will be attending or to ask any questions.