What to Expect

As you're planning your first visit, here are a few things that might be helpful to know about Peace before you show up...

Worship Services

We have 8:30 and 11:00 am Worship Services held in the sanctuary which is located in the building to your left as you approach our central courtyard from the parking lot.  Our 11:00 am service is Livestream which you may watch here or at your convenience on our YouTube Channel, PeacePCA

If you get turned around, don’t hesitate to ask for help. We love visitors, and our regular attenders will be able to point you in the right direction. You can also use our building map to figure out where you're going.

The majority of our Sunday morning worship services are comprised of congregational singing and a 25-30 minute sermon from a passage of the Bible. We also incorporate responsive readings, church life announcements, prayer, and the Lord's Supper. Our services normally last between 65 and 75 minutes.

Style of Dress

Don’t stress about what to wear (at least not any more than you usually do), just come in what makes you feel most comfortable. People at Peace wear a wide range of clothing on Sundays, so you’ll fit in whether you have on a dress, a three-piece suit or jeans, and a t-shirt.

Childcare

We provide childcare during the 8:30 Service only (more volunteers are needed for the 11:00 Service).  Both Nursery (2 years & younger) and Children's Church (for ages PK2-Kindergarten) are available.  The parlor and cry room are available for use during the service.   

Sunday School

We are now having in-person Sunday School for all ages. Please click here to find the list of classes for adults and kids.  If you are unable to attend in-person, find some past recorded classes in our media section.

The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper is served on the first Sunday of each month at Peace. Elders distribute the elements while congregants remain seated, and we all partake together. All communing members of gospel-believing churches are invited to participate with us. The Lord’s Supper can also be a meaningful time of reflection for newcomers seeking to learn more about Christ.