Peace Mennonite Church

Christian Education 9:45 Worship 10:45AM

This Sunday is Palm Sunday! We encourage everyone to bring your own branches to the zoom worship at 11:00 on Sunday,

Wednesday morning announcements

Wednesday morning announcements
and an invitation to our weekly zoom hangout

A recording of Sunday's Worship can be found here:
The audio is better than on facebook live, and you don't have to look up pastor Samuel's nose the whole time.

Story time with Alan and Heathcliff: Adam and Eve

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Hello friends,
join us tomorrow at 11:00 (10:55?) for our zoom worship service. The link is here: Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars across mobile, desktop, and room systems. Zoom Rooms is the original software-based conference room solution used around the world in board, confer...

[03/26/20]   We listened to Finlandia during our prayers this evening. We recommend it to you as well.

Morning Prayer

If anyone is feeling like beginning these days with morning prayer, Peace Mennonite (Lawrence, KS) hosts prayers Tuesday and Thursdays at 8:30
And a number of Mennonite pastors are gathering daily to read the Anabaptist prayerbook. Welcome to Morning Prayer May 5, 2017March 16, 2020 JoannaLeave a comment Welcome! Consider this your invitation to join our on-line morning prayer group. We gather every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. Central Time. If you would like to join us, simply go to our Zoom ...

"We Are Not Alone" by Pepper Choplin at Sandy Ridge Mennonite

A message for today

July 14. Preorder the album including this piece

Mennonite Mission Network is offering a time of reflection and prayer each day at noon CST. All are welcome to join in if you need a daily ritual these days.

Need a little bit of hope in your quarantine? Tune into our page at 1 p.m. Eastern time every day starting Monday, March 23rd for a prayer time led by Mennonite Mission Network staff via Facebook Live!

Click the link to learn more!

#HopeOverFear #MennoServe #HopeProject #Hope #Love #prayer

Story time with Alan and Heathcliff. The story is Noah’s Ark, so he is dressed as a cow.

[03/22/20]   Here's pastor Samuel's invitation to worship tomorrow:

Invitation to Worship

Winfield United Methodist Church

Even if we are not worshiping in-person, you can’t “cancel the church.”

WE are the church!

Join us live for online worship, Sundays at 11 am.

Image: Psalm 23 - NIV Bible - The LORD is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He ...

We gather for worship tomorrow morning at 11:00, here on Facebook Live and on zoom at All are welcome to gather to pray during this time of isolation. Found on Google from

SmallTall Ministries

Is it time for a sing-a-long in your house?

short family singalong time with Bryan Moyer Suderman. (That is, a short time, not just for short families. 🙂 )

The Big List of Children's Authors Doing Online Read Alouds & Activities Get reading and writing!

Join our Cloud HD Video Meeting now

On Thursday at 8:30 we're going to be holding a zoom hangout to talk about how we are doing and pray together. If you'd like to join, the link is here: Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars across mobile, desktop, and room systems. Zoom Rooms is the original software-based conference room solution used around the world in board, confer...

Plans for Peace Mennonite Church

Here are the notes from the Leadership Meeting Tuesday, March 17.

[03/18/20]   Pastor Samuel has some notes for the week in this video greeting.

Mennonite Church USA

Tune in to our page tomorrow at noon central 🕛 for a Facebook Live from MC USA Executive Director Glen Guyton. Glen will be going over our resources and tools for coping with COVID-19.

[03/17/20]   pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber @Sarcasticluther wrote on Twitter
March 12,
"It’s also now a pandemic of human disappointment. Cancelled trips, art openings, sporting events, book tours, concerts. Things folks have been planning for, working toward, and excited about - that’s a lot of grieving on top of sickness."

We honor that which has been canceled and left behind for the sake of the community's health.
What are you grieving?

[03/14/20]   Hello friends,

As you are aware, communities across the globe are taking steps to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. While we are not aware of anyone in our church community whose health has been impacted by the virus, we want to do our part as a faith community to slow down the potential spread of the virus. After consulting with Leadership Committee, Worship Committee, and Pastor Samuel, we have decided to cancel both Sunday School and the worship service for this Sunday, March 15.

This coming week, we will reassess the situation and make a decision about future events and gatherings. We encourage everyone to take the proper precautions - hand washing, social distancing, and contacting a healthcare professional if you become ill.

We also remember those in our congregation who are most at risk - those 60 and over, especially ones with health conditions.

[03/14/20]   In an effort to slow the potential spread of the Coronavirus, the worship service has been canceled this Sunday, March 15

[03/13/20]   Last Sunday, Pastor Samuel talked about the idea of being born again as a journey rather than a swift experience.

In her book, Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church, Rachel Held Evans shares her perspective: “I put off baptism because I felt like I was in a state of sin, like I wasn’t good enough or fit enough to be baptized. But then I realized that baptism is done at the beginning of your faith journey, not the middle or the end. You don’t have to have everything together to be baptized . . . You just have to grasp God’s grace. God’s grace is enough.”

Colorado will replace Columbus Day with Cabrini Day, the first paid state holiday recognizing a woman in the US

Colorado has created the first paid state holiday in the US in the name of a woman. Looking forward to seeing more from the rest of the nation in the future! Colorado passed legislation Tuesday to replace Columbus Day with Cabrini Day because bill sponsors say it doesn't represent their community members.

Nadia Bolz-Weber

A message for this COVID19 time.
"The kingdom of God means that no one is left alone outside of the camp. None of your story is outside the camp. There is no "outside the camp" because since the moment of the incarnation God has jerrymandered the whole thing. God entered our profane places of uncleanness and shame, pride and sickness and reached out to touch it all. This is the kind of stuff that got Jesus in so much trouble. Because we tend to prefer that the unclean remain alone outside the camp – whether those be the homeless or the homosexuals; Steve Bannon or Tanahasi Coates; the immigrant or the Enron Executive. It makes everyone uncomfortable when Jesus messes with our purity systems."

Lent 2

Born Again? 3/8/20 Voth Schrag

Pastor Samuel reflects on what it means to be born again in a world that seems like it's constantly changing in this week's sermon. Pastor Samuel reflects on what it means to be born again in a world where it feels like we’re getting born again all the time.

Migration, empathy and welcome

Stanley Green, director of Mennonite Mission Network reflects on Migration, Empathy, and Welcome and what it means for all of us to honor those who move from place to place seeking a better life.,%20empathy%20and%20welcome

[03/08/20]   It is coming up on 4 months since Rodney Reed's execution was stopped. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers as he remains in prison while the "justice" system continues to inch toward an outcome.

[03/07/20]   The new adult Sunday School's topic is: Things You Can Say in Church. Come join in the conversation at 9:45 tomorrow morning!

Mennonite Church USA

#LearnPrayJoin: Climate Justice 🌏
Jennifer Halteman Schrock gives us a beginners’ guide to political advocacy:

Houston Mennonite Church

Our sisters and brothers at San Antonio Mennonite Church have been in the news recently

Calling All Crows

Yesterday, as so many of us celebrated our ability to vote, let's not forget that mass criminalization has an impact on voting access. Our next campaign will address this issue. Are you ready to get involved?

#vote #endmassincarceration #unlockedvoices #musicforchange

[03/06/20]   After hearing a couple of meaningful midrashes last Sunday, take a moment to reflect on what temptations may be in your lives and what strategies you can use to manage them. It takes great strength to fend off those who threaten our agenda. As Martin Luther King, Jr. reminds us, "never succumb to the temptation of becoming bitter. As you press for justice, be sure to move with dignity and discipline, using only the instruments of love."

Modern Midrash, 3/1/2020

Here is the audio of this week's reflections by Joel and Jeff.
They are delightfully funny reflections on temptation, and what it means for us today. We'd highly recommend them! J Warren and J Graber share reflections on the stories of Adam and Eve and Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness, but with a modern spin. How would Satan tempt Gandhi? What if God created an in…

Pastor Samuel got published this week in a collection of interfaith stories about putting faith in action to help the environment, racial justice, immigrants, and other topics.

Lent 1: we enjoyed a reading and 2 modern takes on mid rash with stories of temptation. It was followed by the washing of stones.

Lent begins. They banner is decorated with words of things that distract us from our relationship with God

On Wednesday we began the season of Lent with Ash Wednesday

[02/27/20]   Looking forward to a wonderful Ash Wednesday service this evening. Come join us tonight at 7:00 for the imposition of Ashes and the beginning of the season of Lent. We will honor our common humanity, and enter the season of preparation for Easter with prayer.

"Love Your Enemies" Voth Schrag

Here's this week's sermon on Loving your Enemies.
Who are your enemies that you are called to love?
Also, fun note-I reflected on Victim Offender Mediation, and after the service I learned from Sam N. and Joel G. that Gary Howard, a former member of PMC was instrumental in starting a Victim Offender Mediation program in the Dallas Juvenile court, which is now one of the oldest programs in the country ( Former pastor at Peace, Ernst Harder, also served as director of the program from 1985-1992 (,_Ernst_(1922-1995)). So we have a history with this method of loving our enemies! Jesus said to love our enemies. So who are our enemies, and how do we love them? Pastor Samuel explores what it might mean to turn the other cheek, and how we might love our enemies in America toda…

[02/24/20]   "Conquer the heart of the enemy with truth and love, not by violence" - Mahatma Gandhi
In the spirit of continuing reflection beyond Sunday mornings, let these words serve as a reminder to practice love understanding with all people, even those with whom it is particularly difficult to do so.

[02/22/20]   Tomorrow's service is the last before Lent starts, and it's the last in our series on the Sermon on the Mount. We're going to look at Jesus' invitation to Love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us, and what it means for us in America today. Come join us!

Peace Mennonite Church

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We practice the radical welcome of God. Whether you are single, married, divorced, widowed, straight, gay, bi or unsure, transgender, cisgender or non-binary, documented or undocumented, we welcome you. We believe that black and brown lives matter and that white privilege is real. We believe that Christ loves our whole selves.

We love crying infants and wiggly toddlers, immature grey-haired people and children with old souls.

Whether you are mobile or have limited mobility, verbal or non-verbal, blind or deaf, on the spectrum or have a difference in intellectual ability, we welcome you.

We welcome friends of Jesus and church-phobics, religious refugees and agnostic doubters, tree-hugging vegans and red-meat eaters; the unemployed and over-employed, people who think they know it all and those who have hard questions.

We welcome the least, the last, the lost, upper class, middle class, working class, and people with no class at all. We love sinners and saints, neighbors, friends, strangers and enemies.

We don’t care if your family came here from Russia, Germany, or Switzerland hundreds of years ago to escape persecution or if you recently became interested in Anabaptism. Everyone is welcome.

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