Dear Friends,

God bless you!

Due to the directives from The Center for Disease Control and our government leaders, Peace is suspending our live worship services and events until further notice. Please do not plan to come to the building to attend Wednesday evening Lenten services or Sunday services.

  • Lenten services will be recorded and available on our website beginning on Wednesday by 3 pm.  

  • We will also be live streaming our recorded worship services every Sunday at 9:30 am. You can find that on Peace’s Facebook group page -

  • An online Bible study on the Book of John will be recorded by Pastor Marty. You may access this study on our website at each Friday.

  • Offerings may be either mailed to Peace or made through online giving. We will have staff checking mail throughout the week. To make an online contribution, please go to our website at Your offerings are greatly appreciated.

While our building may be closed, we as are church are not. The church is God's people. While many of our services and events are suspended, we continue to reach out and share a message of love and hope with the Gospel. If you have a need or a question, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or any of the staff at this time.

Finally, some words to encourage. Are you familiar with the phrase “Keep Calm and Carry On”?  You see it on T-shirts and billboards.  People use it to encourage everything from dieting to exercise.  But “Keep Calm and Carry On” has its origin in something much more serious - WWII. When the Germans were bombing London, the English squared their shoulders and told each another, “Keep Calm and Carry On”.  When it looked like Germany might invade, they drank their tea and told each other “Keep Calm and Carry on”.  When they and we were preparing the D-day landing at Normandy, we made our plans and said to one another, “Keep Calm and Carry On”. And today Jesus says to you and to me, “Don’t worry.  I’ve got this.  Keep Calm and Carry on.”

In Christ,

Pastor Marty Hufford