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Worship Services

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7:00 PM Thanksgiving Eve, November 22

We hope you can take a break from all the preparations for the holiday and join in a simple service of thanks.

5:30 PM Saturday and 
8:30 & 10:00 AM Sunday

We worship each weekend as a Lutheran congregation, using a variety of music forms to enhance our worship.  At Peace we also recognize that what is most important in a Christian’s life is what happens the other 167 hours of the week outside of corporate public worship.  It is our mission to be more than a people who go to church, but to be the church in the world.

Holy Communion is offered at all services.

 

Saturday 5:30 PM

Our Saturday service begins at 5:30 PM and features a more traditional/blended style of worship with liturgy drawn primarily from the Lutheran Book of Worship. Hymns and worship songs from a variety of sources and styles are sung and accompanied by piano. 

Sunday 8:30 AM

Our 8:30 AM service features a more traditional style of worship with hymns and liturgy drawn primarily from the Lutheran Book of Worship.  Hymns are accompanied by piano.  From September through April the Chancel Choir provides special music each Sunday and leads the congregation in song.  The Handbell Choir also provide special music at 8:30 AM every other week. 

Sunday 10:00 AM

This worship hour offers a more contemporary style.  Upbeat contemporary praise songs as well as hymns that have been arranged for guitar and drums enhance this worship, which is led by one of our three praise teams.  Our Sunday School children have a special time at the beginning of this service.  Once a month, between September and May, the Children's Choir sings at the 10 AM service.

 

 

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Peace Lutheran Church18625 North 89th AvenuePeoria, AZ  85382

623-972-6785

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