At Peace Lutheran Church
The small group ministry at Peace Lutheran Church equips disciples of Jesus Christ for ministry and mission. There are four components of a disciple that are the focus of our small group ministries:
Prayer: helps one grow in the God-disciple relationship.
Bible Study: allows one to learn more about scripture.
Fellowship: lets people get to make new friends.
Service: lets people share God’s love with the community.
These four marks of a disciple constitute the culture of our small groups. Worship and giving, along with those four components listed above are what disciples of Christ are called to be and do.
You are invited to become a part of a small group. It is a place to make friends and share insights and questions that need to be addressed. Small groups engage our congregation with our community and have a lasting benefit, for you personally, the community and our congregation.
The Small Groups of Peace Lutheran generally meet at a variety of times. Some groups meet once or twice a year. Others meet for a few months or even year-round. This variable schedule allows our visitors, seasonal guests and our year-round residents to easily engage in the rhythm of our congregation’s ministry. We have small groups for Men and Women, as well as Sewing for Peace: a group that gather's weekly to sew quilts for the Lutheran World Federation to help those in need.
There are engaging social events happening all throughout the year. In addition to social events, teaching and Bible studies are offered by the pastor and religious leadership. Check out our online calendar!
There is an opportunity for everyone to become a part of a Small Group. Want to learn more?