President: Darsa Clay


  The Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML), with a membership of over 250,000; is the official women's organization of the The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The LWML focuses on affirming each woman in her relationship with Christ to enable her to be in  ministry among the people of the world. For over 75 years the organization has been encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries and to financially support global missions.

The LWML focuses on

  • Richer Spiritual Living

  • Global Awareness for Ministry

  • Avenues for God-blessed Service

Serve the Lord with Gladness... Psalm 100: 2


Any woman who is a communicant member of Peace may be a member of the LWML. The LWML is divided into two circles: Alpha and Lydia. Every circle member is automatically an LWML member, however, it is possible to  be a member of the LWML Only without being a member of a circle.

The LWML meets on the third Saturday of September, November, January, March and May at 1:30 pm. The Salad Luncheon will be held during the July meeting and will start at 12:30 pm. The Executive Board of the LWML meets on the third Tuesday of February, April, June, August, and October at 6:30 pm.  The Excecutive Board consists of the LWML elected officers, circle presidents and the LWML-Only Contact Chairperson. The Committee Chairpersons shall attend the Board meetings as voting participants.


Alpha Circle

Alpha Circle meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 1:00 pm.


Lydia Circle

Lydia Circle meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 1:30 pm.


  November 2020  
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  • Decorating the Church for Christmas


    It is time again for decorating the church for Christmas. We will be decorating the church for Christmas on Friday and Saturday, November 27th & 28th. A light lunch will be served for those decorating.

    A list of areas to decorate will be available on November 8th. Please consider donating your time. A sign up sheet will be in the Narthex.



    If you want something included in the Bulletin, please contact Deb in the church office by Wednesdays for the following Sunday.

    Either by phone (816)-353-3813

    or by email peacelutheranlcms@att.net




    November 25              Thanksgiving Eve Service         7:00 PM

    December 2, 9, 16            Advent Services                 3 PM & 7 PM

    December 13          Advent Choral Service                10:00 AM

    December 24         Christmas Eve Service                    6:00 PM

    December 25          Christmas Day Service                 10:00 AM

  • LWML Christmas Celebration

    Calling all Ladies!!!

    Save the Date!

    Please join us for our

    LWML Christmas Celebration

    on Saturday,

    December 5th  2020,

    at 1:00 p.m.

    Be prepared for an afternoon of Faith, Food, Fun and Fellowship









    STUDY OF THE BOOK OF Revelation

    The author of Revelation mentioned his name, John, four times throughout the book (Revelation 1:1, 4, 9; 22:8). Christians throughout history have given almost unanimous affirmation to the identity of the book’s author as John the apostle, who had been exiled to the island of Patmos by the authorities for preaching the gospel in Asia. Usually, when people mention the book of Revelation, they immediately think about judgment. And without a doubt, much judgment occurs in the book. However, Revelation does not end with judgment. Instead, it provides a striking bookend for the entire Bible, which begins in Paradise and ends in Paradise. More than judgment on the evildoers, Revelation is a book about hope for the faithful in Christ.



    STUDY OF THE BOOK OF 1 & 2 Kings

    The books of First and Second Kings are the story of Israel’s decline. Whereas 1st & 2nd Samuel document Israel’s shift from corrupt judges to the righteous leadership of David, Kings shows how Israel divides and falls into the hands of her enemies. These books of history pick up where 2nd Samuel left off: Israel is united under the godly King David, who appoints his son Solomon to rule after him. Solomon is blessed with wisdom and charged with building a majestic temple to the Lord in Jerusalem. God tells Solomon to remember Him and follow his father David’s example. Unfortunately, Solomon is unfaithful to God in his later years, and God divides the kingdom after his death. The northern ten tribes follow Solomon’s former warrior and taskmaster Jeroboam, and the tribes of Judah and Benjamin remain loyal to the throne of David.




    The story of Queen Esther is one of the Bible’s most dramatic – a new young queen, an evil adviser to the king, a king prone to fits of rage, and a big dilemma for Esther! The basic plot summary is this: King Artaxerxes gets very angry as his queen, Vashti, and banishes her. Esther is book number 17 in the Old Testament of the Bible. It contains 10 chapters. The author of the Book of Esther is unknown.  Esther was the queen of Ahasuerus (Xerxes) and the daughter of Abihail, a Benjamite. Esther appears in the Bible as a  “Queen of Persia” and "woman of deep piety, faith, courage, patriotism, and caution.  

  • Did You Know?




    We have created a

    Prayer Planner Page

    in the Bulletin.

    This comes from the "Pray for Us Calendar" on the LCMS Website


    The Calendar is posted next to the

    "Prayer of Peace"

    with a list of our Friends and Loved ones that need our Prayer.  You can tear both out and refer to them daily.


    Also, if you look in the Narthex on the Bulletin Board, we have posted the Missionary Suggested Prayer list of Individuals.  The prayer profiles are designed for those who wish to pray for LCMS missionaries and personnel.  These profiles give information about their families, their ministry, and prayer needs.