PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
"Praise the LORD. Sing to the LORD a new song, His praise in the assembly of the saints." (Psalm 149, verse 1)
Sundays at 8:00 am & 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:30am
Coffee Time: 9:00am - 9:30am
Worship at Peace is Christ-centered!
This sounds so simple, and yet is the greatest challenge to a church in a consumer world.
Worship Service Styles & Times
Join us for our traditional-style worship (using primarily the Lutheran Service Book for the orders of worship and hymns) at 8:00 a.m. on Sundays. Holy Communion is offered every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month in this service.
If a less formal, contemporary service is more your style, join us for our 10:45 a.m. Sunday service, where our Praise team leads the singing of tried and true songs, psalms, hymns with remixed tunes and tempos, and spiritual songs. Holy Communion is offered every 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of the month in this service.
Sunday School & Bible Classes
We would also love to have you grow in your understanding of God's Word with us between services during Bible Class/Sunday School from 9:30-10:30 a.m. We offer various topics over books of the Bible to connecting with daily life and witness in this world as followers of Jesus.
Worship at Peace is a heart-connection to Christ.
Our ministry staff is always in prayer that as we worship, we and everyone who calls on the Lord would be connected first to Jesus above all else in every worship service. This is a key part of our community of faith. This brings peace and confidence of knowing that our worship is Biblical and God-pleasing. God can't be contained in temples made with hands, yet desires to dwell in our hearts and bodies, which are temples of His Holy Spirit!
Worship at Peace is a balance of spiritual food.
Holy Scripture directs us to use the Word of God in songs from His Book of Psalms, in the hymns (the sung theology of the church), and spiritual songs for worship. Jesus also nourishes us with His body and blood given on the life-giving cross, which by His Word He brings all inclusively with the bread and wine of His creation in Holy Communion.
Worship at Peace is ever-evolving.
We are not striving to "arrive" at the perfect place of worship style, but rather continually yield to the Lord's desires as we journey together. Just as a river is always flowing, what else would God have His people "baptized with water and Word" do, while "kept in the bounds of the banks of His Word" of what He has said is pleasing and holy?
Worship at Peace is unique.
Heritage is mixed with fresh liturgy; new songs accompany traditional and remixed hymns. You'll find the familiar as well as be able to sing a new song to the Lord, for He has done marvelous things! (Psalm 98, verse 1)
Worship at Peace is yours.
Your praises and your prayers, your thoughts and ideas, your desires to seek the Lord. God is speaking directly to your heart and soul through His Word, and you have the privilege of responding with fellow followers of Jesus.
Worship at Peace is celebratory!
At Peace, we believe, as the Christian Church has for centuries, that every Sunday is a "little Easter" - and that's why we worship and celebrate! If Jesus hadn't been raised from the dead, what would the point of it all be? But because Jesus is risen, we have reason to live and serve as His people of hope, faith, and love - and a reason to introduce you to Jesus, if you don't already know Him as your Creating Lord and Redeeming Savior. If you've never heard the word "Alleluia" before in your life, this word meaning "Praise the LORD" will be part of your vocabulary after worshiping God at Peace!
Does Peace have a dress code?
Just that you wear some clothes, and are comfortable! Really and truly, God doesn't look at the outside - what we look like and what we're wearing - but at our hearts. (By the way, Psalm 51, verse 10 tells us He's in the heart-cleansing & strengthening business!) You will find a variety of clothing styles at Peace, from casual to more formal. Any way you come, whatever you wear will be covered by Jesus' robe of righteousness (Isaiah 61, verse 10; Revelation 7, verse 10) that He gives to all of His followers. He also provides a spiritual suit of armor for daily protection in our battle against sin, death, and the devil. (Ephesians 6, verses 10-18)
From pre-blogging days: "What Makes Worship "Lutheran"? What Makes Lutherans Worship?"
Peace Lutheran Church Conway AR