Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. – Psalms 119:105
Worship at Peace
We offer two service times in both our Sanctuary and outdoors. Our schedule also includes two mid-week services during Advent and Lent, and special services for Easter and Christmas.
Sunday 8:30 am Sanctuary | 10:30 am Peace Center
- Blends both historic traditions and contemporary expression.
- Music in the Sanctuary is led by the pipe organ and piano.
- Music in the Peace Center is led by a praise team.
- Children’s sermons take place throughout the school year.
Watch Broadcast Services
HCVN broadcasts our services four times each week.
- Sunday 7:00 pm and Thursday 10:00 am
- Wednesday 5:00 pm and Sunday 10:00 am (one week after the actual service)
Oh sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things!” – Psalm 98:1
Music Ministry at Peace
Music proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ as it inspires and encourages us, as it soothes the heart, and as it lifts praises to our God. The music ministry at Peace offers a wide range of musical ensembles for all ages. Scroll this page to find an opportunity to share your gifts and talents on one of the music ministry teams at Peace.
Dr Joan DeVee Dixon, Director of Music Ministry
Office: (320) 587-3031 ext. 2770
Cell or Text: (320) 296-9877
Email Dr. Joan
Join a Worship Team at Peace!
- Audio Video Teams – We are looking for a few more people to join our AV teams. We rotate weeks, so you are not tied down every week. This is a great service opportunity for families with children who enjoy computers!
- Team members:
Kevin Schmuhl and Justin Evenson,
Brian Gartner, Ross Peterson, Shane Kruse
Saturday – TBA.
Thank you to our many awesome volunteers and all that you have done to keep the online services up and running throughout COVID!
- Hosanna Handbells – After a long pause due to COVID, we are back! Rehearsals will begin on September 15th at 6:30pm in the music room. We look forward to ringing again!
- PRAYZ TEAM – After a long pause due to COVID, we are back! Please contact Dr. Joan if you are interested. Rehearsals will be scheduled according to your availability.
- Praise Team Song Leaders for Contemporary Worship – We are in need of some additional praise team leaders for the 10:30am worship service.
If you are interested, please schedule a time to meet with Dr. Joan.
We could also use some additional persons who play guitar and/or drums.
Song leaders lead the music for our worship service in the Peace Center. We are looking for song leaders for the 8:30 and 10 am service. Schedules are flexible and singers rotate Sundays. Please call Dr. Joan if you would like to join us as a song leader.
Summer Concert Series
Schedule of Concerts Coming Soon!
Peace has hosted over 30 years of Summer Concerts on Wednesdays at Noon (12:00). Concerts begin on the last week in June and run through the first week in August. After the concert, audience members are encouraged to stay and enjoy the wonderful Salad Luncheon prepared by Parish Services.
Wednesdays 12 NOON Concert | 12:30 SALAD LUNCHEON
Ringing in a handbell choir is challenging and fun. If you can count, you can be part of this unique choir. We rehearse from 6:30 to 7:30 pm on Wednesday evenings and play once or twice a month in worship, depending on everyone’s schedules.
Brass ensemble includes youth and adults. Students who are advanced enough for middle school or high school band are welcome to join us. We typically play for Easter, Christmas Eve, and Christ the King Sunday.
Walker Pipe Organ
In 1997, J.W. Walker & Sons pipe organ builders from England installed a custom built pipe organ into the Sanctuary of Peace Lutheran Church. The organ has 3 manuals and pedal, 35 stops for 41 ranks of pipes (2,235 individual pipes) controlled by stop knobs, 32 levels of electronic combination action with 43 pistons and reversible, mechanical key action, and electric stop and combination action. The beautiful North American Oak case fits in nicely with the woodwork in the Sanctuary. The theme of Peace is seen in both the pipe shades as well as a dove gently landing atop the case.