As a Lutheran congregation, Peace Lutheran Church follows a liturgical pattern for all of its services. Liturgy is a word that means “the work of the people” and we believe strongly that the whole congregation should be involved in worship. We alternate liturgies throughout the year so that there is always something new. When we sing, we sing a variety of styles of music from traditional hymns to other types of styles.
Although our liturgies change throughout the year, there are four basic elements that are a part of every service that we hold here at Peace. These elements are part of the order of worship that dates back to the earliest Christian communities: we gather as God’s people, we hear the word proclaimed in song and through scripture, we celebrate the meal of Holy Communion, and then we are sent into the world.