What do an axe and a shoot out of a dead tree have in common with the season of Advent? Both carry an important message of Advent in them: the call to repentance, and the hope of new life sprouting out of death.
Why do we worry so much? What does it help us? God invites us to cast (literally throw) our worries onto him, because God cares for us. That doesn’t necessarily mean that all will be good. It means that God will be with us in every situation, joy and sadness.
Change in Mask Policy at Worship – From the Peace Lutheran Church Council Starting Sunday, November 13, 2022 – masks will be highly recommended but not required at worship. Some of you have asked about wearing masks in recent weeks, and thus, we are updating the policy to give worshippers a choice. Covid is still […]
“Rwanda has prioritized a decentralized health care system. This accounts for Rwanda’s success in combatting the pandemic.” – Agnes Binagwaho, Former Minister of Health, now at Harvard Medical School Community Clinics making a difference Community clinics in Rwanda are playing a critical role in protecting the health of local communities, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pacific […]
October 10-17, 2020. ‘Walk” the Virtual Walk 2020 Trail Photos – Click here We WALK because thousands were forced to walk hundreds of miles to flee RWANDA when about a million people were tragically murdered in the ethnic genocide of 1994. We WALK because Peace Lutheran Church has helped Pastor John Rutsindintwarane since 1999 enable […]
Music and Inspiration for Christmas wants to be a time to inspire our hope by wonderful music, the singing of carols, and inspirational readings. Every Wednesday in Advent at 6pm, many different musicians and Pastor Christian will take us on the journey through Advent.