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  • Over a Century at Peace

    A landmark in the Puyallup Valley, Peace Lutheran Church was founded by German settlers in 1898.  The building was built in 1892 by Ezra Meeker (himself a Unitarian), and we purchased the building in 1900.  Today we are a growing and active congregation celebrating our rich heritage and embracing the future.

    Our Services are Sunday mornings at 8:15 and 10:45.  Unless noted on the schedule to the right, all services serve Communion.

    Sunday School is offered on Sunday mornings from 9:30 to 10:30 (during the school year).

    We are a welcoming congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. http://www.elca.org/

    We offer a variety of liturgical music settings here at Peace, and they aren’t always at the same time slots every Sunday.  Unless otherwise noted, all service settings contain a celebration of Eucharist.  In other words, we serve Communion every week at both services.

    We have three music leaders:  Joan Linden on organ, Jill Burch on piano, and Mark Smith leading the Cornerstones music group.

    At this time, Joan Linden plays the ELW 4 setting, Jill Burch plays the ELW 4 and Now the Feast settings, and Cornerstones play the Liturgy of Life and Followers of the Way settings.

    ELW 3 and 4 are Classic Organ settings in the Evangelical Lutheran Worship book which you may recognize as Settings 1 and 2 from the Lutheran Book of Worship (the green worship book before the ELW).

    Now the Feast is a worship setting written by Marty Haugen and inspired by Holden Village.
    Liturgy of Life is a contemporary setting that we’ve been doing at Peace for many years.  Some of the music we’ve been using in this service was coincidentally selected to be a part of ELW setting 8.

    Followers of the Way is an original setting written by Mark Smith, our Cornerstones director.  It is intended to be a reflection of the history of our worship at Peace.

    In addition to our liturgies, we have a Peace Choir, a handbell choir (Resounding Joy), and a seasonal Brass Choir.  Cornerstones is also open to anyone over 14 who is wanting to learn aspects of leading worship through music and voice.

     

     

  • Middle & High School Youth News

     SATURDAY – APRIL 12TH – MOVIE AND GAME NIGHT
    5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE
    PIZZA DINNER PROVIDED – $5.00

    SUNDAY – MAY 4TH - FAST FOOD FOLLIES WITH FIRST LUTHERAN OF BOTHELL
    LEAVE PEACE AT 3:00 PM – RETURN TO PEACE AT 8:00 PM
    COST – $10.00

    MONDAY-THURSDAY – JULY 21-24 – OLYMPIC LUTHERHAVEN

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    Youth Leader: Bill Haines  253-732-9356  billhaines13@msn.com

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      ATTENTION PARENTS: 2014 Medical/Permission Forms need to be filled out.
    Please fill them out and return to Bill ASAP.
    Click on the link to download a copy of the 2014 Youth Permission Slip: Permission Slip 2014

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  • Have you ever wanted to be more involved at church but didn’t know what you could do or who to ask? You’re in luck! We’ve now made it easy to volunteer during our Sunday services.

    Every week, dozens of volunteers work together to help make each service run smoothly. Without the help of the volunteers, each Sunday’s service wouldn’t go off as planned.

    If you would like to sign up to help at an upcoming service, use the sign up board in the Gathering Space or call the church office.  If you’d like a list of worship service volunteers click on the month to download.

    April 2014 Sunday Volunteers

    There are many other ways to get involved such as helping in Sunday School or with the youth, serving a meal to the homeless at our Saturday Lunch With a Friend, tying quilts, joining in a study group, singing in the Peace Choir, ringing in the hand bell choir Resounding Joy, or singing and playing with the contemporary worship band Cornerstones. visiting a shut-in, volunteering around the property or in the office or perhaps you have an area of talent and gifting you’d like to share.

    Check out the sign-up sheets in the Gathering Space fellowship hall, or call the church office to learn more and get involved.

     

     

     

This Week At Peace

TUESDAY APRIL 15
9:30 am – Bible Study – Cancelled for Holy Week
5:30 pm – Council (Koinonia)
7:00 pm – Boy Scouts

WEDNESDAY APRIL 16
5:30 pm Cornerstones
7:00 pm – Peace Choir

THURSDAY APRIL 17
7:00 pm – Maundy Thursday Worship

FRIDAY APRIL 18
12:00 pm Good Friday Worship

77:00 pm Good Friday Worship

SATURDAY APRIL 19
9:00 am – Easter Decorating Party
11:00 am – Lunch With a Friend

SUNDAY APRIL 20
8:15 am – Festival Worship
9:40 am – Easter Breakfast
10:34am – Festival Worship

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Service Times & Location

Service Times

Sundays: 8:15am & 10:45am

  

Directions

Peace Lutheran Church is located on the corner of Pioneer Way and 3rd St SE in downtown Puyallup, WA.

From South Hill

  • Take Meridian N.
  • Veer right onto 3rd St SE.
  • Church on the left a few blocks up.

From Tacoma

  • Take River Rd (167 NB)
  • Take a right on Meridian.
  • Take a left on Pioneer.
  • Church is on the right in two blocks.

From Hwy 512 EB & WB

  • Take the Pioneer Ave exit.
  • Take a left on Pioneer at the bottom of the ramp.
  • Church is on the left in about 1/2 mile

Location


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Peace Lutheran Church - Puyallup

214 E Pioneer
Puyallup, WA 98371
(253) 845-8819