***Corona Virus Update****
We Will Be Meeting Virtually Until Further Notice. We Love You!
Peace has moved services online because of the novel Corona Virus. We are meeting for worship at 11:00 am on Sundays on Zoom and Facebook Live until such a time as it is advisable to meet in person again. If you would like a link check our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Peace-Mennonite-Church-122293367967468/)
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Each week we are gathering for an online prayer meeting at 8:30 pm on Wednesday. Please E-mail us for a link if you are interested in joining or need prayer.
You can give/donate online using Tith.ly (Click Here) and still send a check to the church.
We invite you to act on your nudges and create other opportunities to reach out to each other from afar. Start an online Bible study or book group, learn something about your neighbors, create public art, give to someone who is in need.
And one last reminder: Wash your hands frequently. Like foot washing in Biblical times, washing hands and keeping distance could now be an act of social justice. Thanks for these and other ways you show you care.
We practice the radical welcome of God. Whether you are single, married, divorced, widowed, straight, gay, bi or unsure, transgender, cisgender or non-binary, documented or undocumented, we welcome you. We believe that black and brown lives matter and that white privilege is real. We believe that Christ loves our whole selves.
Whether you are mobile or have limited mobility, verbal or non-verbal, blind or deaf, on the spectrum or have a difference in intellectual ability, we welcome you.
We welcome friends of Jesus and church-phobics, religious refugees and agnostic doubters, tree-hugging vegans and red-meat eaters; crying babies and patient grandparents, the unemployed and over-employed, people who think they know it all and those who have hard questions.
We welcome the least, the last, the lost, upper class, middle class, working class, and people with no class at all. We love sinners and saints, neighbors, friends, strangers and enemies.
We don’t care if your family came here from Russia, Germany, or Switzerland hundreds of years ago to escape persecution or if you recently became interested in Anabaptism. Everyone is welcome.