Welcome to our website!  Words alone can’t convey what a church is, but here is a brief introduction to Peace Community Church.

WHO WE ARE
Peace is a church that wants to serve families and individuals, whether the needs are spiritual, relational, emotional, or physical. People from many different backgrounds feel comfortable in this community oriented church.

Peace is “Reaching Up and Reaching Out,” in her commitment to celebrating God’s goodness in uplifting worship, to communicating God’s grace in teaching and witness, and  to cultivating the gifts of God’s people in fellowship and service.

Our prayerful desire is that we increasingly become an authentic community of servants who embrace this mission/vision to the greater glory of God.

WHAT WE BELIEVE
We embrace the historic Christian teaching of salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone, and the authority of the God-inspired Bible as the rule and guide for our daily lives.

Peace is part of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA), a 150 year-old Protestant denomination that emphasizes the centrality of the Bible and the all-powerful care of God.

The word Reformed means that the church is aligned with that historic branch of Christianity called Presbyterian in Scotland and Reformed in continental Europe. The CRC has over 1,000 congregations in North America. Many Christians are familiar with the “Reformed” writers R.C. Sproul, Francis Schaeffer, John Stott, and D. James Kennedy.

WHAT WE DO
We gather to praise God, listen to him, and respond.
We nurture each other in faith and obedience to Christ.
We love and care for one another as God’s people.
We commit ourselves to serve and to tell others about Jesus.
We pursue God’s justice and peace in every area of life.

WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE
We trust that you will find your time with us enjoyable and uplifting. We believe you’ll feel welcome and meet new friends here. Together, we will explore messages from the Bible that help us deal with the challenges of daily life and equip us to love God and our neighbors.