COVID-19 Update

We love being together as a church, but we are called to love the world more. Peace worship online and other activities as a way of loving the world the very best we can, by not putting more people at risk.

We know this will continue through Friday, April 10, but it is very likely it will continue longer as we follow the CDC and MN Health Dept. recommendations. 

Updates will be posted on our website, Facebook page and email. You can sign up for the emails at Peaceofplymouth.org under the “Weekly eNews” tab.

Virtual Worship – Stream Worship and watch previous services by here

Small Groups via Zoom – Until we resume normal activities all small groups and forums will be available via Zoom

Worship virtually with Peace at 9:00am every Sunday and 6:30 pm every Wednesday during Lent (Feb 26-April 1).

God Made Us Different on Purpose Sunday, March 1, Rev. Dr. Karen McKinney

What is Race? Sunday, March 8, Stephanie Glaros, Humans of Minneapolis 

Racism is a Sin Sunday, March 15, Melissa Weinhandl, Marriage and Family Therapist

Privilege Sunday, March 22, Katie Shepherd, Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (IOCP)

How do we listen? Sunday, March 29, Rev. Dr. Sarah Ruble, Gustavus Adolphus College

When is worship? Worship starts at 9am on Sundays. Here is a link to the live-stream.

What is worship? Worship is a time of celebration where we gather as the family of Jesus with no judgments.

Have children? All children are always welcome in worship, but  some mornings that just won’t work and that’s okay. Busy bags are available and there is childcare for children 3 years and younger.

And Who is My Neighbor? Talking about race and racial equity.

Small Groups on Sundays 10am and Wednesdays 7pm, March 1 – April 1. Sign up at peace@peaceofplymouth.org 

Worship Wednesday 6:30pm Holden Evening Prayer

This Lent through small groups and a preaching series Peace will take a step toward being better neighbors to one another around the topic of race. This is a sliver of the conversation and a beginning of a long journey for us as a congregation. We hope that Lent will be an opportunity for us to have grace for one another, to not have all the answers, and to begin working for a healthier vision around race in our country together, especially from the perspective of our faith. 

“And Who is My Neighbor? Talking about race and racial equity” is a small group study created by Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota and has been used by many ELCA congregations.