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 December 4, 2016
The angel Gabriel announces Jesus’ birth to Mary, who responds in faith. By announcing the Gospel, the Lord likewise calls us to faith and to bear Christ – not as our child – but as the Holy One of God, our Savior. Joseph serves as a model for us. Before he knew the reason for Mary’s pregnancy, he wanted to treat her justly but mercifully. However, when God’s angel reveals the unique miracle of a virginal conception, Joseph believes, and he fulfills his responsibilities by marrying his betrothed and raising Jesus. Some people today struggle to believe the virgin birth, but it takes no more faith for us to believe than it did for Joseph. In fact, we have the evidence of Joseph’s testimony to help us. He saw and believed that God can do what He promises. Likewise, the Holy Spirit works faith in our hearts to believe that God can do anything and that Jesus is truly both God and man (LSB, 1706, 1579).
Luke 1:26-38, Matthew 1:18-25
December 4, 2016
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145th & Amberly Road