At Peace Lutheran Church, we strive to follow Christ’s call to accept God’s gifts of grace, love and joy, and to embrace our neighbor with generosity, equality and inclusivity. As a community we strive for racial justice.

We welcome people of all races, ethnicities, and national origins

…including those who are immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

We welcome people of all ages

…including those who are infants, children, teens, adults, elderly, old souls and kids at heart.

We welcome people in different types of relationships

…including those who are single, separated, divorced, and widowed, and those in marriages, partnerships, and friendships.

We welcome people with wide-ranging health, physical and mental ability, and emotional maturity

…including those who are addicted, struggling, and those who are in recovery.

We welcome people of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities

…including those who are gay, lesbian, and bisexual; and those who are transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming.

We welcome people with diverse backgrounds, employment, and housing situations

…including those who are unemployed, homeless, and in transition.

We welcome people with differing political, social and religious affiliations

…including those who are seeking and those claiming no affiliation.

We strive to welcome everyone

following the example of Jesus.