Plan your visit

What to Expect When You Visit

We know that visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating. That is why we make a special effort to make our guests feel welcome.

When you attend worship, you will receive an easy to follow worship program. We won't single you out. You are free to participate in the singing and prayers at whatever level you are comfortable. We do not expect our guests to give an offering.

Our worship features time together in God's Word. Our pastor will share a message that connects the timeless truths of the Bible with everyday life.

The music we use varies depending on the weekend. We enjoy making use of both traditional hymns and newer Christian songs. A particular service might feature organ, piano, violin, or our contemporary praise band. We are thankful for the many musical gifts that can help us praise God together.

Members of Divine Peace tend to dress informally for worship. Some men wear suits and some women wear dresses, but most wear more relaxed cloting.

If you have questions about our church or the Christian faith, we are here to help you find the answers.

Come a little early and grab a cup of coffee. We hope to see you soon!  

WORSHIP WITH US on SUNDAYs at 10AM or MONDAYs at 6:30PM

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Explorer Kids

We love families and kids at Divine Peace and make a special effort to help those of all ages grow in faith. Everyone gathers together for the beginning part of worship. Before the sermon message starts children age 2-grade 5 are invited to move to our Explorer Kids children's ministry. This enables them to receiving Bible teaching at their level and makes it easy for the adults with them to more easily listen to the sermon message. Parents have the option for their children to remain with them in worship.

If you plan for your children to attend Explorer Kids, stop by our check-in in the lobby before worship begins.

Tap here for more information about our Explorers program.

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