Getting involved at Peace Lutheran in Port Ludlow, WA.

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You are welcome. Your family, children, friends, spouses and partners are welcome. Your diversity and uniqueness are welcome.

Getting Involved

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Getting involved
in church.

Sunday Worship at Peace Lutheran in Port Ludlow, WA

Join us for worship

We meet each week for worship on Sundays at 10am @ The Beach Club (121 Marina View Drive) in Pt. Ludlow, WA., for a one-hour service with a time of refreshments following.

As an alternative to our Sunday morning service, Peace offers a very unique worship service opportunity for all ages in the Chimacum area. Rather than sitting in rows facing the front, we are all gathered around a candlelit table eating fresh food, conversing and sharing our lives with one another. Learn more about our Lucia's Table service below.

Other opportunities
to grow in faith.

  • Choir of Peace

    Do you like to sing? We'd love to have you in our choir that sings each Sunday morning at our 10am service at the Beach Club. The choir practices each Sunday at 9am at the Beach Club and meets in homes every few weeks for extended rehearsals. Come at 9am and get involved in this wonderful, friendly group that ministers through music to the whole congregation. Questions? Email our Music Director, JoAnna Klein at joannans@olympus.net.

  • Day of Service

    One day each year is dedicated to a congregation-wide service project which helps out our whole community. We are not a building, but a group of Christ followers who believe in making a difference in our world. You are invited to join us as we serve our neighbors on Day of Service and in our daily lives.

  • Lucia's Table Dinner Church

    As an alternative to our Sunday morning service, Peace offers a very unique worship service opportunity for all ages in the Chimacum area. A delicious and nutritious meal is prepared and served as part of the service. Rather than sitting in rows facing the front, we are all gathered around a candlelit table eating fresh food, conversing and sharing our lives with one another. This is reminiscent of the way the early church met together, breaking the bread, sharing in the teachings of the apostles, singing songs and blessing the cup together. Find out more at TheTableIsSet.org.

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Getting involved
with community.

Peace Lutheran Small Group

Small Groups

Small groups help us to get to know people on a more in-depth level, beyond talking about the weather or your favorite sports team. When you get to know each other and trust each other, it allows deeper sharing and helps everyone in the group grow as you pray, study the Bible and learn from each other.

As you develop these new friendships and “do life together,” you will come to know people you can turn to when you need special support — as we all do in our journeys here on earth. Our small groups are “start and stop” groups, so you are not making a long-term commitment by joining one of the sessions. Some members host a group in their home, while others lead the discussions. The groups are offered at different times, days of the week, and geographical locations to allow most people the opportunity to join in.

Other opportunities
for community.

  • Women's Book Group

    Women's Book Group meets each Wednesday at 10am in the Schold Room at the Jefferson County Library in Port Hadlock (except the 2nd Wed. of the month — meet at the Bridge Deck by the Beach Club in Port Ludlow). Call Jean Schubert at 360.732.7383 or email jeans05@embarqmail.com to find out more.

  • Living Catechism

    Living Catechism (for all ages) meets the second Saturday of each month at 10am in Port Townsend at Jean Kaldahl’s house. Call Jean K. at 360.379.1802 or email katrina4u@cablespeed.com for more information.

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Getting involved
in outreach.

Packing Backpacks for Kids in Port Ludlow, WA

Backpacks for Kids

During the school year, this ministry provides “food insecure” students with child-friendly, non-perishable, practical-to-prepare weekend groceries. Bags are packed each week by our volunteers, and every Friday children identified by school staff are discreetly and confidentially given a food-filled bag to take home in their own backpacks.

Currently, almost 100 students each week receive help in the Chimacum schools. BFK has many community partners who help contribute money for food, groceries and offer volunteer labor to help us meet the growing needs. If you would like to know more, or help in some way, please contact Backpack for Kids at BFK@UndemandingGrace.com.

Other opportunities
for outreach.

  • Senior Meals

    The first Thursday of each month, Peace Lutheran cooks and serves the evening meal at the Tri-Area Community Center in Chimacum. This is a wonderful ministry that feeds people who have special needs and enjoy gathering with other adults for a delicious meal. We can always use an extra hand in the kitchen cooking, serving meals or washing up. Or, come by and sit with our guests and show them your gift of Christian hospitality. Email Janet Getzendaner at getzetc@gmail.com to find out how you can help serve.

  • Citizens for Safe Students

    Peace Lutheran is concerned about providing a safe and secure learning environment for students and staff in our area. This task demands the involvement of community agencies, professionals and ordinary citizens who care. Peace is at the forefront of gathering and setting the agenda for a coalition of experts and agencies charged with the safety and wellbeing of our school children. There is a need for many others to be involved in carrying out projects and advocacy work. If you are interested, contact our CSS Coordinator, Jack Randall at zjackrandall@gmail.com.