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