Welcome to Peace Lutheran Church
Peace is not only our name; it's what we're about.
As a community of forgiven people who have experienced the peace of God that only He gives through His Son, Jesus Christ, we invite you to experience and celebrate that peace with us. Through worship and education we strengthen our personal relationship with the God of peace. We are, then, equipped to bring this message of Christ's peace with us in our daily lives as individuals, and as a congregation, as we serve the Waverly community in a multitude of ways.
Our vision is to be a thriving, Christ-centered church, boldly equipping people of all ages and stages, through life-transforming worship, education and mission experiences to fearlessly serve the Triune God in the community.
Find Purpose. Find Belonging. Find Peace.
- 8:00 a.m. - Majestic Praise Worship Service, Sanctuary
- 9:15 a.m. - Sunday School
- 10:30 a.m. - Hearts Rejoicing Worship Service, MAC
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Sermon Topic & Readings for February 19, 2017
This year is the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, and we plan to celebrate it on a few Sundays more than just October 31st. Today is one such Sunday… The world revolves around birthdays. The Church calendar remembers the saints on their death days. Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483, and died on February 18, 1546. Some might wonder why we commemorate him or any of the saints on the death day. This is why: Luther is not dead. Those who die in the Lord live with Him. To remember the day of death is to acknowledge that God comes to us in the midst of our sin and its death. He died in our place the fearful death so that we might live the life that has no end. His resurrection is the preview of our own joyful resurrection, with all the saints, to eternal life. Only in this hope can we know peace in the hour of our death and pray with the same confidence Luther prayed: “Into Your hand I commit my spirit; You have redeemed me, O LORD, faithful God” (Psalm 31:5). Our comfort in life and in death is not a feeling or a wish but the completion of that which God began in our Baptism, spoke to us in His Word, and nourished within us with the flesh and blood of Jesus, His Son.
February 19, 2017
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145th & Amberly Road