Thanksgiving Eve Service

november 27th - 7 pm

On the evening before Thanksgiving Day, we hold our annual Thanksgiving Eve service at 7:00 p.m. Join us as we praise God for his abundant blessings in our life.

Advent Services: The Word became Flesh

Wednesdays - 7 pm

John 1:1–18 introduces one of the Bible’s greatest and grandest books—the Gospel according to St. John. These eighteen verses contain some of the most important words written—ever. They explode with light and brilliance, truth and grace. And John 1:1–18 is chock full of dearly loved Advent themes, with the most famous one being, “The Word became flesh.” (John 1:14). That’s the focus of this series of sermons on John 1:1–18. 

Blue Christmas

A Reflective Service Which Contemplates The Hope and Healing Our Lord Brings

Sunday, December 22rd,  2019  at 3:00 pm

For those who are currently suffering, the joyous celebrations of the season can be overwhelming. But it is this very suffering that our Savior gently comes to carry. This year we are including a reflective candlelight worship service that focuses on the healing, comfort, and hope that the Lord brings into the midst of our dark world. 

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services

Summit of Peace worships the day that Love came down with three candlelight services, 5 pm, 7 pm, & 11 pm.  

  • Family Contemporary - 5pm

    This upbeat contemporary worship service brings the joy of the season to life.  Worship is led by our gifted Praise Band, with special music performed by our youth voice and bell choirs, as we celebrate the birth of our Christ with beloved Christmas hymns, Contemporary songs and a powerful message delivered by Rev. Jeremy Jacoby.

  • Traditional Service - 7 pm

    This traditional Lutheran worship services conjures up some our best memories of the Christmas season.  Worship is led by our master organist, with special music performed by our adult vocal and bell choirs, as we celebrate the birth of Christ with our most beloved Christmas hymns and a powerful message delivered by Rev. Jeremy Jacoby.

  • Traditional With Lord's Supper - 11 pm

    A peaceful and reflective celebration of the birth of Christ.  Worship is led a master pianist and cantor, with special music performed by a talented duo, as we lovingly sing our beloved Christmas hymns. Celebrate with the Lord’s Supper during this special service which extends a bit past midnight to celebrate Christmas Day.