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Divine Peace’s Sunday morning Explorers program provides a safe, engaging learning experience for kids. At Explorers children can discover Jesus’ unending love for them and find delight in living for God and others. Children ages 2-13 are invited.

The fall program begins on September 8 at 10:00am.

Learn more about Explorers here.

Register your child here.


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Our adult Bible studies on Sundays and Mondays begin again on September 8 and 9.

We will study how the Holy Spirit overcame opposition and hostility to the story of his love and planted his church in modern day Turkey, Greece, and Italy. Week after week there will be lessons for us today about the triumph of grace in our lives and in our church. Expect to be encouraged.

We’ll study Acts 13-28.

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Our pipe organ is coming close to complete installation. Check video updates on our organ installation here.

Organ Dedication is September 29. We will dedicate the pipe organ God has given us to his glory and for his worship at 10:00am. A lunch will follow the service. An afternoon concert, featuring Craig Hirschmann, Professor of Music at Martin Luther College, will begin at 1:00pm.

Recent Events



This summer’s Growth Groups provide an opportunity to gather with a small group to grow in faith and connect in Christian friendship. Gatherings are held at church or other locations the group chooses. Our groups discuss the previous sermon message for deeper understanding and life-application. Sign up here.

SUMMER SESSION: July 7-August 16

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Our nation’s Independence Day offers us a special reason to thank God for his kindness to the United States. We enjoy extraordinary freedoms here. That includes the freedom to practice our faith.

We offer prayers for our nation during worship on June 30 and July 1,

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Our denomination has a spectacular opportunity to share the good news about Jesus in Vietnam. The Lord is opening a door to reach the more than two million Hmong people who live in Vietnam and the surrounding countries. However, this door can close at any time. Our WELS World Missions team is working quickly to ensure WELS is taking full advantage of the time the lord has provided. Consequently, it is gathering a special offering through June 2019, with the goal of raising $2 million to purchase land, construct a Bible school campus, and cover the initial two years of operational costs. Learn more by tapping here.

Special worship service: On June 9/10, Pastor Keith Free, the head of our synod’s home missions ministry, will be our guest speaker. At that time, we will gather our special offering to support our denomination’s opportunity to share the gospel in Vietnam.