On Sunday, February 2nd, we will not have evening worship.
This is a historic day in our city as the Kansas City Chiefs return to the Super Bowl just fifty years after their last appearance! We won’t even attempt to compete with that! We will see you all Sunday morning at 10:30 am for morning worship at Peace State Line (at the Barstow School: 11511 State Line Rd). This will be delightful opportunity to worship as one community, enjoy inspiring music and a stirring message… and then head home to cheer on our home team!
Delightful, humble, courageous… and fun.
Peace church is an open, progressive community of faith. Our worship is our front door. It’s the way folks come to know us, to know themselves, to know the grace of God who is the generous loving ground on which we stand each day.
Peace Church is an Open and Affirming congregation. As Christians, we joyfully welcome into God’s house all people, celebrating our diversity in race, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identities, gender expression, nationality, faith background, education, and abilities.
At Peace Church, working for justice and caring for others through service is an integral part of how we worship God.
Worship at Peace is part family reunion (where there’s always room to set another place at the table!), part musical showcase, and part storytelling master class with an emphasis on relating scripture in a way that resonates with our complicated and busy lives…
What we teach our children in church about their place in the world and their relationship to others can leave a profound impression. At Peace, our education program for children enhances the worship experience by teaching children what we believe: in short, that each of us is a beloved child of God and that we are the hands, the feet, the face of God, to one another…
You’ll find lots of opportunities for fellowship with other Peace members. We have several small groups, centered around common interests, that meet at various times and locations.
Jesus came to live a life on Earth primarily to serve, to include, to welcome, and to lift up all people that society pushed to the margins – and it is our privilege to do so, too. At Peace Church, working for justice and caring for others through service is an integral part of how we worship God…