Peace Lutheran Church

Churches in Fargo, ND
Churches in Fargo, ND Peace Lutheran is a very active congregation that prides itself in being a friendly community, supportive of social ministry, global missions, youth and family enrichment, and many fellowship and support groups. We're celebrating our 68th Anniversary as a congregation. Most worship services follow the Evangelical Lutheran Book of Worship though most months we currently have at least one Contemporary Service with music led by our Celebration Singers. During the summer months we hold Contemporary Services on Wednesday evenings in the church courtyard or in the narthex.

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1011 Twelfth Avenue North
Fargo, ND
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About Us
read moreWelcome to the website for Peace Lutheran Church--we're glad you looked us up! Peace is a family-friendly church, where people of all ages and walks of life are welcome. We hope you'll join us in one of our many weekly fellowship and worship opportunities. When you do, please let us know you're visiting so we can introduce ourselves and meet you. If you have any questions that the website doesn't answer, you can email or call us (701) 232-7166, and we'll do our best to assist you.
Peace Lutheran Church
read moreGroup's 2018 VBS takes kids to an uncharted island and anchors them in the truth that Jesus carries us through life's storms. Kids discover that Jesus rescues them. Today's generation is like no other in history! They've been "linked in" since day one with instant access to a sea of information. A constant media feed and increasing push toward excellence has led to waves of worries and struggles that kids have never faced before. Check out the pictures below to see how much fun we had! They start with day 1 and follow through day 4, each new day started with a visit from Clark Cavern so watch for that picture.
Peace Lutheran Church
read morePeace uses the 14-day rolling positivity rate to determine our ability to worship in-person. When the rate is below 8% in Cass County, we will worship in-person (online also available). Please wear a mask and distance between households during the service. Our in-person gatherings are postponed, until it is safe to be in the same physical space. In Matthew 28, Jesus gives us the command to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Jesus himself was baptized in Matthew 3, preparing the way for all of us who were to follow after him.
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