When: Saturday June 29, 2019
Where: Oaks Park Miniature golf course
Adults: $8.95 Children under 5 are free
Time: 12:30 pm for golf
Dinner 4:00 pm
at LaCarreta Mexician restaurant
4534 SE McLaughlin
We will car pool from Peace Lutheran Church, 2201 N. Rosa Parks Way. Leaving promptly at 11:45 am.
Please contact Lillian Knight to make sure you get signed up to be apart of this outing or if you need a ride.
Organized by: Fred Groth
Bring your smile, bring your cheerfulness, bring all that you have to offer and help us celebrate the past, present and the future of our church home,
Help us celebrate all the people that have made "Peace Lutheran Church" the beacon that it is.
Sunday June 9th
Following worship service
The Christian holiday of Pentecost is an event sometimes called the “birthday of the church” because it marks the day that Jesus’ disciples began to share the story of Jesus and invite others to share in their faith in Jesus as the Son of God.
On Pentecost, we invite the same Spirit that filled the disciples that day to transform our lives.
Even more important than looking backward and remembering what God did two thousand years ago, we look forward and invite the Spirit to pull us into the future.
The Holy Spirit has a way of turning things upside down. The story of Acts is all about how the lives of the disciples got turned upside down – and by extension, how the world turned upside down by this new, Spirit-filled faith.
On Pentecost we invite this disruptive presence of God into our own lives.
The fruit of the Spirit, says Paul, is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. These are what we seek to live into, how we seek to transform the world, and the evidence of the Spirit at work in our lives and in the world.
Join us as we celebrate and explore all that Pentecost means for us.
This is a first come first served set-up, so come prepared to wait your turn. The entrance in on
the Newcastle doors side of the building.
Address: 2201 N Rosa Parks Way
Portland Oregon 97217
While your here check out our Sanctuary.
Our worship service is 10:30 am each Sunday
Communion included. We are a loving Christian
community and would be happy to welcome you.
We at Peace and some of you from the community have heard these men perform before. They are amazing! Please spread the word that they are coming to Peace for our enjoyment.
A small glimse of the men's history
The four gentlemen that makeup this Ensemble are favorites of us at Peace Lutheran. These men are devout Christians that when at home in St Petersburg are active in their church homes. Kirill, Andrei, Vadim and Sergey are very personable, friendly and open armed. We enjoy their performance and getting to know them a little more each year.
We will once again have them preform after our usual Wednesday evening dinner.
They do not charge us a fee, but depend on our generousity to make coming to America to share their faith journey with us. So come to enjoy the meal and the concert and be as generous as possible.
The Bible says we are to honor our Mothers and our fathers. On the second Sunday in May in America we set aside this day each year to do just that. We celebrate the gifts we have been given in having people that love us as no other. It doesn't have to be a birth mother, it is anyone that cares for you as no one else can. Bring your special person to church on this day, celebrate where that love came from and enjoy the special event that will be brought to you that day.
Bring your family and celebrate the wondrous joy of our Risen Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Today is the best day to accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and invite him into your heart and life.
Breakfast served from 9am- 10 am
Worship service starts at 10:30 am
The annual Easter Egg hunt put on by Blessed Temple Community Church, assisted by Peace Lutheran Church will be Saturday April 20. All children are welcome to participate. There will be hot dogs, chips and juice served in the parlor downstairs in the church.
At Peace we take one week each spring to do our annual SPRING CLEANING. Its time to wash windows, clear cobwebs, polish pews and a host of other needs. Please feel free to come over and help us make Peace shine. Call the office for times and days. office phone: 503-289-1070
Guess the number of jelly belly beans in the jar and win the beans. The person closest to the number of beans in the jar will be the grand prize winner. The proceeds go to our Fellowship hall and kitchen beautiful-cation fund. Each guess is $1.00. Guess as many times as you like. You can buy tickets at the Wednesday night dinner or Sundays after church.
(about 11:45 or so)
Whether it is from the luck of the Irish or just the way the calendar falls this year St Patrick's day falls on Sunday. We at Peace are so happy about this as it gives us another day to celebrate worshiping together and enjoying some fun after worship.
We will be having a delicious baked potato feed as a fund raiser for our kitchen and a test of your knowledge of St Patrick's day. Wear some green, share some green and help us eat up all those hearty and healthy potato's .
This will be the first of it's kind at Peace Lutheran Church. An ice cream social with a twist. Be the most creative, come and show off your talent with costume design. It's going to be fun.
Pancake dinner with all the trimmings
5:30 PM - 7 PM
Donations of food/funds to help support the local food bank.
Kids crafts available
All are Welcome
Bring your friends and family.
Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras is the celebration held the day before Ash Wednesday in the Christian Church.
Mardi Gras is a day of excessive eating and drinking.
The reason for this is to use up whatever fats and foods you have in your home to be ready for Ash Wednesday and the 40 days of fasting before Easter.
Please, make this Easter Season the reason for renewed spirit, coming to Christ and loving Peace Lutheran Church. Amen
Michael Allen Harrison is back at Peace! Wednesday January 30, 2019. He will be performing in the sanctuary starting at 7 pm.
Following a hot dinner of soups and bread. His performance will be a fund raising event to support Teisha's Place, Peace Lutheran Church believes in supporting this wonderful home for transplant recipients and their family's. It is a gratifying and heartwarming thing to hear a past recipient give testimony of how much it has meant to them to have a free, warm, and loving place for themselves and their family's during this time.
Please give generously
The joyous group of talented singers from Lutheran Choral
will once again be performing at Peace Lutheran Church
January 6,2019 at 4pm.
Save the date for our annual Epiphany Party at Peace.
We're going to shake up the party with a new addition.
Bring your white elephant gift along with a small gift for a homeless child. (socks, gloves, hat, book, tooth brush etc.)
So come prepared to have some fun and learn as you go.
Welcome to our candlelight worship service Dec 24 at 7PM
Bring your family and your friends. All are welcome as we rejoice in the birth of our savior Jesus Christ. Amen.
Tis the season, It's time to decorate our church home!
Saturday Dec. 8th from 9:30 am to 12 pm. Bring anything you think might be of use or look good and come along to sing, laugh (at the singing) and have fun getting our church ready for the Christ Child.
We always have fun getting the church ready!!!
Thank-you one and all for beautiful work you did putting up the trees and getting everything decorated.
Since Trinity Academy started giving their concerts at Peace it has been a rich blessing to us to have such talented and gifted young people in our midst. We truly enjoy watching them play and sing. To be able to see the faith and fulfilment shine thru their eyes is a joy to behold. These young adults amaze me everytime i see and hear them. They are so young, and yet dedication is seen and heard in there violins, and voices. Don't miss the chance to show them we support them in all they do.
The mission of Trinity Academy
Once again a standing ovation for the entire choir and string section of Trinity Academy. It is a joy to see their fresh, young smiling faces, to hear the talent they each have and to enjoy the artistic skill they have in drawing and painting. Thank-you to each of you for all your dedication to your labors of love.
A huge shout out to all the teachers, leaders and parents that makes this possible for these children.
Peace Lutheran Church
Welcome to our Thanksgiving Eve dinner. We invite all those that are hungry for food, companionship, spiritual awakening and new and renewed friendships to join us in our annual Thanksgiving Eve dinner. Dinner is served at 6 pm Wednesday November 21st starting out the meal with prayer to thank God for his abundance. Your donations of dollars make events like this possible.
Our annual Christmas Bazaar and Baked goods sale will be held November 17 in our Fellowship Hall. We have a variety of vendors selling their wares in a cheerful and welcoming environment. We have space available to folks that are interested in hosting a table. We have a couple dedicated Norwegians that still make Lefse and Kringla for our baked goods table. The lefse goes fast so don't miss out and come early and stay late. Our table rental fees and the profit from the baked goods table go to the Peace Lutheran Church Womens group. They in turn help various organizations and individuals with funding throughout the year. Each year we have volunteers in the kitchen making savory soups and sandwiches for a hearty lunch. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of lunches goes to the Community Transitional School at 6601 NE Killingsworth in Portland Oregon.
If you would like to reserve a table contact our Office at 503-289-1070. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Welcome to our annual Harvest dinner at Peace Lutheran Church.
Becky Smith and Robyn Doll will be part of the women's group that
will be hosting this years dinner. We will be serving a typical
harvest fare. Share in the bounty of the fall harvest with
us. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors.
Dinner is a free will donation with the proceeds going
to the work of the women of Peace Lutheran.
Dinner served at 5:30 pm
games at 5:45 pm
Our heartfelt thank-you for another successful Harvest dinner with family, old friends and new.
Our volunteers that decorated, cooked, baked, served and did clean-up where amazing. We could not have done this without the combined effort of them and the folks that came to enjoy the evening and support the PLCW.
October 13, 2018
Eighth Annual Convention
Annual conventions 1988-1992
Biennial conventions 1993-2015
Oregon women of the ELCA will meet in convention October 13, 2018 at St. Lukes Lutheran Church, Portland, Oregon for the purpose of conducting Synodical business. Early registration begins at the church on Friday at 7:00 pm and registration is on Saturday at 8:00 am. /women-of-the-elca
Thank-you Lutheran Choral! We have been honored to host your 81st choral concert here at Peace. It was a wonderful concert and we wish you many more years of success in this fine musicial group.
Lets go the the weiner dog races.........
Come along with us to the Oaks Park Oktoberfest, listen to Ompah bands, watch the weiner dogs races, do the chicken dance. We will leave from Peace at 12:30 following worship service. If you need a ride car pooling will be available .
16 to 61 yrs $6.00
15 and under $3.00
62 and older $4.00
Peace Lutheran Church along with Blessed Temple Community Church are hosting a blood drive with the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross is looking to build our blood supply with the help from generous doners like you. The blood drive will be held at Peace Lutheran Church (Fellowship Hall) at 2201 N. Rosa Parks Way, Portland Oregon 97217. Volunteers will be on hand to check you in, answer questions and make sure you are comfortable. Please contact our office to be connected with this Blood Drive. 503-289-1070
Our project for this year will take place on September 14th, beginning around 9:00 AM and ending about 3:00 PM at the Harvest Homes Retirement Center, 6921 N. Roberts Ave in Portland. This is where some of our beloved members spent their last years of their lives.
When we approched Rick Moyer project director of Harvest Homes with our wish to help them in some small way for all they do and have done, it was met with joy and thankfulness. Our task will includes as many of the following as time allows.
1. Washing windows inside and out,
2. Power washing the front deck
3. clearing cobwebs inside and out
4. cleaning the heat-pumps around the site.
5. Pruning trees around the site.
We will have a sign up sheet at the September 2nd and 9th Worship services for whatever project you would like to help with.
Don't hesitate to offer to bring lunch for hungry workers and residents always welcome visitors.
If you would like a ride to the site please contact our office. 503-289-1070
God granted each of us different gifts. The residents and employees of Harvest Homes were thank-ful for the generous gift of time and ability given to them on this special day. The windows got washed, inside and out, the cobwebbs got cleared, and the patios washed down. Now the sunshine from outside could be also enjoyed inside.
A heartfelt thank-you to all that participated.
If you have ever know anyone that has had a broken bone, you know it is not a fun experience.
As a parent or grandparent you may have cared for a child that broke a bone perhaps playing sports.
We know that younger people generally heal better and faster than those of us that are of a little "older" age.
Is this fair? No way! Do we look forward to precious time spent recovering from a broken hip or a new knee or any number of falls we have the potential to have happen to us? The answer is no! So our best defense against slips, trips and falls is valuable information on how we can avoid them in the first place.
We will be hosting a team from Legacy Health Care next Sunday morning September 9th from 9am to 10am, in our Fellowship Hall. All are welcome and encouraged to participate. No appointment necessary just drop in at 2201 N Rosa Parks Way, Portland Oregon 97217. Come and enjoy a cup of coffee while you learn.
Thank-you Legacy Health Care for providing the members of Peace Lutheran Church the opportunity to learn more about the dangers that falling present to us as senior citizens.
A special thank-you to Simone Carter for the wonderful and very informative presentation you gave. We learned so much from you and want to you to know we appreciate the wealth of information you made available to us.