Peace Church Duluth MN

Praising God, Living the Way of Jesus, & Building the Beloved Community

Our vision is to be an accessible, open and affirming community growing in Christian faith, committed to peace and justice, and reaching out in healing love to all of creation, including all people, respecting and valuing the diversity of people’s sexual orientation, race, culture, gender, age, opinions, and physical and mental abilities.

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Changes at Peace Church

Check out our COVID-19 Information page to see our current management of meetings and worship.  Most meetings and groups are meeting remotely, keeping the feeling of the spirit and soul of the groups.  Please email the office for the links or with questions. (  The church building is not open, but staff are available to answer phone calls and emails.

We give thanks for workers on the front line with essential services and we pray for those who are ill or suffer loss of income or support. Thanks to all who have volunteered to help members.

If you have “attended” our online services and are new to Peace Church, we welcome you. Please explore our website to learn more about our congregation, and email the office ( if you have questions or would like to receive weekly email updates.


Thanks to all who have returned Stewardship pledges for 2021! We are less than halfway to our projected goal for our 2021 budget, so if you haven’t turned in a pledge yet, please drop it in the mail as soon as possible, or call the church office to talk to Toni our bookkeeper.

The theme of this year’s stewardship campaign is “The Great Loves: love of creation, love of neighbor, and love of children.” The biblical inspiration comes from 1 John 4:7, “Beloved, let us love one another because love is from God; everyone who loves is born of God and knows God.” At this difficult time in the life of our church, community and nation, our love for each other is so important. As we are unable to gather with loved ones this Thanksgiving, let reach out to each other with new ways to share our love.

CLICK HERE to see our Stewardship Slide Show, “Through the Year at Peace Church”.





What’s Happening at Peace Church?



For a complete list of upcoming news and events, see our monthly newsletter, The Peace Bell.