Welcome! We hope that your visit on our website helps you learn more about PEACE Lutheran Church and feel our warm invitation to be our guest in person.

If you have any questions, needs, or concerns, please feel free to call the church at (530) 273-9631.

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.” – John 14:27

Jesus spoke these words to his disciples, and they shape our identity at PEACE Lutheran Church. Come and experience the peace and comfort of Jesus through Word and Sacrament. Be fed and strengthened through worship and God’s lavish love for us. Then, join us as we go out to serve God in the world.

PEACE Lutheran Church is a place where you can experience God’s peace, joy and love!

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Sunday, Nov. 29: “Advent” means “Get Ready!”

Advent Brings Signs of God’s Kingdom. Today is the first day of a special season in the church. “Advent” is the season when we know something is coming, so we better get ready for it! Advent is the four weeks before Christmas, and it’s the period when we get ready for the coming of the […]

Sunday, Nov. 22: A Different Kind of Kingdom

A kingdom of violence? Violence in the world might make us wonder, where is God in all this? God’s kingdom is not of this world, but it is breaking into this world through our lives and actions — Here! Now! “If my kingdom were from this world, my followers would be fighting to keep me […]

Sunday, Nov. 15: Don’t fear change!

God is always in charge! “This is but the beginning of the birth pangs.” – Mark 13:8. Jesus’s friends are impressed with the majesty of the Temple in Jerusalem. But he warns them not to be dazzled by the physical world. Change is coming! We, too, might be impressed. Or perhaps depressed. What are we […]

Sunday, Nov. 8: Give Up!

  “She put in everything she had, all she had to live on.” – Mark 12:44 God loves the vulnerable: Widows, orphans, the poor – the Bible tells us again and again that they hold a special place in God’s heart. We, too, are to protect and help them. But today’s reading leads us deeper: […]

Sunday, Nov. 1: No More Tears!

All Saints Day celebrates our dear departed ones. Today we honor their memory: At the altar this morning, we name them, shed our tears of sorrow, and ring a bell to remind us that their souls live eternally with God. They have “fought the good fight of faith,” living their lives in service to God and […]

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Installation of Pastor Eileen Smith LeVan

Installation of Pastor Eileen Smith LeVan

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School

Confirmation 2015

Confirmation 2015