Hurricane Relief

Help hurricane victims! MNA in Houston and Trinity Church in Puerto Rico.

Community Group Training - November 4

All leaders, future leaders, co-leaders, and hosts please come to community group leadership training on November 4 from 9-11:30 am inthe music room (Education Building, C101).

Kingswood Elementary Tutoring Program

Kingswood is a local elementary school that we have been partnering with for three years. Do you have 1.5 hours a week to help a child read? Please contact Pastor Doug> for more information.

More Mature Members, 60 + (3M) Tour of Cary – October 25, 1pm

Want to learn about the history and culture of your home (or adopted) town? If you're a "3 M'er", join us at 1 pm on October 25, for a tour of the Page-Walker Arts and History Center (downtown Cary, beside Police Department), Visit a museum of Cary's history, an unusual exhibit of quilt art and an herb garden--all at the historic Inn. After that, we'll adjourn to Peace Church for refreshments and a discussion of Cary History with a "Real" Cary native, Carla Michaels. We'll be finished with this exciting afternoon by 3:30 p.m. RSVP by Monday, October 23 to Bette McGee- 919-467-1569, or Katharine Parrish - 919-467-1924.

Children's Church is available during the 8:30 & 11 am Worship Services.

Sunday Childcare Volunteers

Our Peace family is growing, and our Peace kids need you!If you would like to complete training to serve in this ministry, please email the Child Protection Team. Questions? Contact Alisa.

Help Needed

We need volunteers:

Volunteers to make Freezer Meals for our meal ministry, which assists families who may have a need for a meal or multiple meals, in light of injury or family tragedy. Please consider making an entree of any size --2, 4, 6, or 8 servings-- to benefit Peace families. You can leave meals labeled and dated in the freezer in the kitchen. Contact Cheryl Somerville for more info.

Musicians Needed

Do you sing or play an instrument? We have two main opportunities for musical service at Peace: 1) We need guitar, mandolin, banjo, violin, percussion etc. to play in our acoustic folk-liturgical style ensemble. 2) Assisted Living Choir and Orchestra - If you are interested in choir or play an orchestral instrument (strings, woodwinds, brass, etc), we'd love to have you, even if you're rusty! We do concerts at local assisted living facilities with choir and sometimes orchestra throughout the fall, winter and spring. Please go to music opportunities or contact Pastor Ken for details on either of these.

New Moms Meal Ministry

Help serve our little ones and their families! If you or someone you know is having a baby, please let Kristi Harvey know, so a meal or series of meals can be coordinated. You may also contact Kristi if you are interested in helping make meals for this important ministry.

Help For Moms With New Babies

Volunteer to help moms with new babies! This ministry is welcoming new women looking for a way to bless moms of new babies under one year old. Peace has welcomed several new babies in the last few months, and that means more new moms who need a weekly nap break or companion visit. Jewels can help according to their own ability and schedule. Want more info? Contact Janet Conner for details.

Electronic Giving

We offer online and text message giving. Click here for the details. Please be aware that there is a 3% charge to the church when giving with a credit card.

Church Office Hours

The church office will be closed Mondays and open Tuesdays-Fridays, 9-5pm.

Playgroup for young children

Attention mothers of babies and young children: come join us every Thursday for a playgroup in the nursery (Room B114) from 9:30-11 am. Come get to know other moms while we watch our little ones play. Email Amy Langley with questions.

Contributions for July 1, 2017 – September 30, 2017

  • Budget YTD Giving $302,500
  • Budget YTD Expenses $302, 522
  • Actual YTD Giving $312,910
  • Actual YTD Expenses $282,955
  • Actual Difference YTD $29,955
  • Praise God for His Rich Blessings!

    Mini Conference

    Free from the Shadows of Shame, Friday, Nov. 3 (evening) & Saturday Nov.4 (morning). Hope Counseling Services (Chapel Hill) is sponsoring a mini-conference featuring Ed Welch from the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF). Dr. Welch will help us understand how Jesus not only frees us from the shadows of shame, but also equips us to walk alongside and help others experience the same. For more information and to register, click here.