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 with us, and we are entering flu season, so we do urge caution. Please be attentive to those who are at risk and using masks by wearing a mask if you are prone to coughing, for example. And, of course, any members who are not feeling well should stay home and watch the service online.  

For large gatherings, such as concerts and silent movies, masks will be required for all attendees.

We do encourage all members to continue with their Covid vaccinations and also to avail themselves of flu shots, as a way to stay healthy and reduce the risk of spreading infection. These shots are all locally available and if you need help getting to your doctor or pharmacy to do this, please let Cathy know so we can arrange transportation for you. If you have any questions, please see Pastor Schweter.

We look forward to worshipping together in good health, thankfulness, and joy in the months to come.

We welcome you to worship with us in person if you are comfortable worshipping together with people and are feeling well. Our online video worship experience is still available.

Our Back to Church Task Group has worked hard to create a safe in-person worship service, which follows public health guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

By following the CDC health guidelines and putting our own safety measures in place, we hope to keep the risk of infection to a minimum. However, in-person worship is not risk-free. Please do what’s right for you and your family.

If you are not yet comfortable with in-person worship, are not feeling well, or if you have high risk health conditions, please stay at home and watch our online YouTube video worship experiences at or on this website at

Take care, be well, and peace be with you, trusting that God is with us always.