The “Let’s Talk Race and Inclusion” Family Book Club will meet on Zoom this evening, Wednesday, July 28th from 6:00-6:45 pm. Visit the Calendar of Activities for more details.
Worship with Us
Worship at Valley of Peace brings together congregation, visitors and the community for renewal in faith, strength, mission and purpose. We hear the Word of God in Bible readings and preaching, receive the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion, and rejoice in the gifts given by our Triune God. We welcome children to all of our worship services and include them by offering quiet toys and books, a Children’s sermon, opportunities to serve and a place to wiggle if it is one of those days.
Welcome to Valley of Peace Lutheran Church where Christians from every tradition, people new to the faith, believers, questioners, and questioning believers are one together in Christ Jesus. We recognize that each person is a unique creation of God and, by grace, is called a child of God, without exception and regardless of gender, race, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, age, station in life, or political affiliation.
In this place you are welcome to celebrate, grieve, rejoice, and recover. This is a place where lives are made new. You are welcome on this day and every day to come.
You are invited to participate in faith formation activities for all ages, birth – 12th Grade.
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From worship, to leadership teams, social ministry, bible studies, music ministry, and faith formation events, we have a place for everyone.
We worship each Sunday at 10:15 a.m. during the school year and at 9:30 a.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends. We also gather for worship on Wednesday evenings during Lent (the six weeks leading up to Easter.) We are currently worshipping both remotely and in person (outside). You can find more information by going to “Calendar of Activities” on this website. All are welcome!
Valley of Peace
Vision and Mission
Our Mission Statement reflects our ministry: “Living in God’s love and compassion, we are called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, as the Holy Spirit works through us for healing, justice, and peace.”
In this place you are welcome to celebrate, grieve, rejoice, and recover. This is a place where lives are made new.