Ways to Connect at Peace

There are many ways to get connected within the congregation and in the community.

2022 Shared Ministry Form

Follow the link below for a simplified version of the Shared Ministry Form we ask everyone to fill out every spring as we look ahead to the coming program year. Please respond with the ways you are able to share your gifts! We have printed copies in the narthex if you prefer to fill out a hard copy.
click here for online shared ministry form

New Online Picture Directory

The Picture Directory Team has been working hard to get our online directory ready for use with pictures and contact info for members and friends. We are happy to say our Picture Directory launched on May 1!  Please click on the link below to learn about our picture directory:
click here for picture directory information

Please click on the link below to log in and create an account for the online picture directory:
Peace Church Directory sign up

Click here to sign in to the Peace Church Online Directory (if you’ve already created an account):


Sunday Services

We continue to have worship on Sunday mornings, at 8:30am and 10:30am each Sunday. At our 8:30 service, we share communion each week. At our 10:30 service, we share communion the first Sunday of the month. Masks are encouraged. Service will continue to be livestreamed via our website (www.peaceucc.org) at 10:30am. Updated information can be found on our website (peaceucc.org) and in the weekly email. We look forward to seeing you at church!

Sunday, June 5: Pentecost Sunday &
Graduation Sunday
*Red is the liturgical color denoting the presence of God’s Spirit among us. You are invited to wear red as we celebrate Pentecost together.
8:30am: Please join us for worship with Holy Communion in the sanctuary. Pastor Jim will be preaching.
9:30am: Breakfast for the High School Graduates and their families in the Fellowship Hall.
10:30am: Please join us for worship in the sanctuary or via livestream. We will share communion. Special music by Noah Beyer, Hannah Liddle and Benjamin Fena. Join us for a recognition and blessing of our High School Graduates.
5:00pm: Taizé Worship in the sanctuary.

Sunday, June 12: Trinity Sunday
8:30am: Please join us for worship with Holy Communion in the sanctuary.
9:30am: Forum in the Fireside: What’s Next in this Interim process?
10:30am: Please join us for worship in the sanctuary or via livestream. Special music by Susan Larson Kidd and Kelli Hallsten-Erickson.
11:45am: Annual Congregational Meeting in the sanctuary and via livestream.
12:15pm: Blessing of the Tent and Congregational Potluck in the Fellowship Hall.

Sunday, June 19: Second Sunday after Pentecost
8:30am: Please join us for worship with Holy Communion in the sanctuary. Pastor Jim will be preaching. Special music by Mark Hakes and Elliot Dean.
9:30am: Gather at St. Mark AME or the Giving Garden (watch email for details)
10:30am: Join us for worship with St. Mark AME. Pastor Anthony Galloway will be preaching with music from our combined choirs.
12:00pm: Gospel Brunch at St. Mark AME.

Sunday, June 26: Third Sunday after Pentecost
8:30am: Please join us for worship with Holy Communion in the sanctuary.
9:30am: Forum in the Fireside: Stonewall Uprising facilitated by Pastor Jim.
10:30am: Please join us for worship with healing and communion in the sanctuary or via livestream. Special music by Wendy Durrwachter.









Monday Yoga With Robin

Therapeutic SomaYoga
 Mondays, 9:00-10:15am in the Fireside Room
Therapeutic SomaYoga for healthy aging. Taught by Robin Davidson, PT, RYT, yoga therapist in training. This 75 minute class focuses on different aspects of the body, mind, and spirit that will support you in increased wellness as you age. It is very gentle and offers modifications for all levels of participants.  Free will donations for the class (suggested $10) can be made to the office. This is an in person, ongoing class on Mondays. You can also join us through Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91071791750

Wednesday Activities

Wednesday Activity Schedule (more details in our monthly newsletter and in our weekly email).
5-6pm: Bible Study via Zoom
5-6pm: Health and Healing in the Fireside Room
6-7:00pm: Middle School (6-8th grades) Youth Group in the Fellowship Hall
6:00pm: Adult Choir in the Sanctuary
7:15-8:15pm: Confirmation in the Fireside Room (first and third Wednesdays of each month)



Christmas Pageant Video

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December 15, 2019 ~ 10:30am

Third Sunday of Advent

The People of Peace Church
Jim Pospisil, Music Director
Sharon Dawson, Children’s Ministry Coordinator
Nathan Holst, Faith Formation Minister
Rev. Kathryn Nelson

Prelude by Savi Holden

Greeting One Another


Ringing of the Peace Bells

God is Revealed as We Gather

Song “Awake, Awake and Greet the New Morn” (#107, vs 1–3)

Lighting the Advent Wreath Candles ~ The Candle of Joy
Chris, Erica, Ingrid and Evelyn Henkel

A reading from the Prophet Isaiah


*Opening Hymn   “With Joy Draw Water (#109)

Unison Prayer

O Loving God, we await the birth of your Child, Jesus,whom you send into the world to show us the way of compassion. Help us to follow him with courage and joy across all the boundaries of our human difference. Open our hearts and our communities, that they may be places where your goodness shines bright, and your generosity is shared with all our sisters and brothers. We ask in the name of Jesus, your beloved Child and our brother. Amen.

Sharing Our Prayer Concerns, Silent Prayer, Pastoral Prayer, Jeshua’s Prayer (prayer #7 P&W Songbook), Choral Amen

Sharing our Offerings

Offertory     Benjamin Fena

*The Thanksgiving     (Old Hundredth)
Hope in the God who reigns above,
Who holds us all in steadfast love;
Whose Spirit blows across the earth,
Preparing us for second birth.

*Unison Prayer of Dedication
Holy One, whose heart abounds with gifts, receive this our offering as a sign of our intention to live surrounded by your mercy and generous toward your world. Amen.

Children’s Christmas Pageant

The Special Star

One little star is upset that she isn’t lit at night by the Star lighters like all the other stars. She complains to the Star lighters, and when that doesn’t work, she complains to God. God is understanding and slowly tells the Little Star the plan for the first Christmas night in Bethlehem.

The story takes place on the evening of the first Christmas.

“O Come, O Come Emmanuel”….. 4th & 5th Graders
“O Little Town of Bethlehem”………………….. Kindergarten & 1st Graders
“Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”… 2nd Graders
“We Three Kings of Orient Are”… 3rd Graders
“Silent Night”……………………………. Preschoolers
“Joy to the World!” (#132)…………. All our Children

Congregation joins on second verse