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Peace Lutheran Church exists to grow disciples for Jesus

and share Christ with the world


The day of Pentecost celebrates the release of the Holy Spirit. It comes 50 days after Easter, and is celebrated on June 8 this year. It is a tradition in some churches to wear red on that day to acknowledge the fire of the Holy Spirit burning within those first apostles.

On the Sundays following Pentecost, we take a more ‘relaxed’ attitude toward worship. As hot as it is outside as well as under the spotlights up front, our worship leaders will adopt more casual attire until Reformation Sunday. As we in Arizona know so well, it is our heart and not our garments that are at the center of worship.

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First Sunday of Christmas

Only one service the weekend of December 27-28; no Saturday service. 
Sunday, December 28, at 10 AM

Christmas Cantata

 December 21 at 10:00 amA cantata is a piece of religious music made for voices and instruments. The word comes from the Italian cantare, which means “sing,” and the singers are the focus of a cantata—whether it’s one person or a whole choir. Cantatas are often based on religious writing, but can be inspired by poetry and literature as well.

The choir and orchestra are excited to share their Christmas cantata with you. Canticles in Candlelight, from renowned composer Joseph M. Martin, will warm our spirits with an unrelenting message of hope, peace, love, and joy. Come and be inspired by the beautiful music of the season during our 10:00 am worship service.

Christmas Eve Worship

Communion at all services.  Nursery care is available for children up to age 3 during the 4 & 6 pm services.

4:00 PM Family Service with Children’s Spontaneous Christmas Pageant
6:00 PM Candlelight Carol Service
10:00 PM Candlelight, Liturgy, and Communion

Meals at the Manger

Worshipers are asked to bring non-perishable food items to place at the manger display.  You have two opportunities to donate:

Bethlehem Village nights: December 12 & 13

Christmas Eve Worship Services: 4, 6 & 10 pm

The food items collected on Christmas Eve will be donated to St. John's Food Bank.  In 2013, St. John's Food Bank fed over 18,000 people.  We hope to help St. John's break that record before year end in 2014!


Worship Times

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8:30 am

10:00 am

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