holy week

All Midweek Services begin at 7 pm


Holy Week is the last week before Easter and  begins with Palm Sunday.  Traditionally, Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus's entry into Jerusalem riding on a colt and as was noted by the crowds present who shouted praises and waved palm branches.  Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper, where Christ gives the new covenant found in Holy CommunionGood Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus and his subsequent death in this Tenebrae service. 

Easter Happenings

He is Risen. Alleluia. We have many opportunites to celebrate our Risen Lord at Summit of Peace for you and for your family. Below you find information about our Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt, our worship Services, and our Easter Breakfast. You are welcome to attend any event or service.

  • Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt

    April 20th - 10aM

    Please Bring your own Baskets, all are welcome
    At Summit of Peace we are going on a hunt for Jesus!  Join us for an Easter Egg Hunt. Please bring your own baskets. The Hunt begins at 10 am.

  • Sunrise Easter Service

    April 21st - 6:30 am

    Central to the Christian faith is the belief that Jesus proved that he was who he claimed to be by rising from the dead. Without this miracle Jesus is just another false messiah – deluded into believing he was the son of God and foolishly giving his life to save the world. But the resurrection proves that Jesus’ death rescued us all and that his mission to restore God’s creation has begun. Best of all, Jesus taught that, because he lives, we shall live also! He is the “first fruits” of all who believe. We too will one day rise again!

  • Traditional Easter Service

    April 21st - 8 am With Lord's Supper

    Central to the Christian faith is the belief that Jesus proved that he was who he claimed to be by rising from the dead. Without this miracle Jesus is just another false messiah – deluded into believing he was the son of God and foolishly giving his life to save the world. But the resurrection proves that Jesus’ death rescued us all and that his mission to restore God’s creation has begun. Best of all, Jesus taught that, because he lives, we shall live also! He is the “first fruits” of all who believe. We too will one day rise again!

  • Easter Breakfast

    April 21st - 9 am

    We invite you to join us for Easter Breaksfast at 9 am, new time this year, brought to you by the Men of Summit. They make a hearty breakfast for us all to enjoy while we share the good news of our Savior and what he has done for us. He has Risen!

  • Contemporary Easter Service

    April 21st - 10:30 am

    Central to the Christian faith is the belief that Jesus proved that he was who he claimed to be by rising from the dead. Without this miracle Jesus is just another false messiah – deluded into believing he was the son of God and foolishly giving his life to save the world. But the resurrection proves that Jesus’ death rescued us all and that his mission to restore God’s creation has begun. Best of all, Jesus taught that, because he lives, we shall live also! He is the “first fruits” of all who believe. We too will one day rise again!

I AM

John 8:58 Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was,I am.”

In the Gospel of John Jesus’ unique authority and identity as the Son of God is expressed in sayings that begin with the phrase “I am.” For the Jews who knew their Old Testament well, the power of these “I am” sayings would have been clear. Jesus was saying "I am God, when you hear me you hear God speak.” This Lenten season we reflect on the “I am” sayings of Jesus, their connection to God’s promises in the Old Testament, and their impact in our lives today.

I AM

Join us on Sundays for this powerful lenten series titled I AM, The Sayings

  • The Bread of Life - March 10th

    It might not be immediately obvious, but Jesus’ first “I am” saying is used to interpret a miracle He has performed, the feeding of the 5000. And for the witnesses of this miracle the implication seems obvious, Jesus is a prophet with power not seen since Moses. But even this “miraculous” understanding falls short of the true point. Jesus is not bringing something from God, He is God and he has something for us that is eternal.

  • The Light of the World - March 17th

    From the moment God fist spoke it into existence, light has always been a powerful image relating to Him and His power.  Throughout the Old Testament light was often a metaphor for God’s guidance through His word. But when Jesus claims to be the light of the world, he is claiming to be more than just a guide for our life. He Is the very light that God has sent into the world, “the light of life.”


  • The Door - March 24th

    The idea that God was Israel’s place of protection is found throughout the Old Testament.  But the comfort that comes from that concept can be limited by the locational aspect of it. Israel tended to think they were protected when they were in the promised land. But God’s protection goes beyond any one location and Jesus’ promise to be the “door” promises a protection for us that is limitless. 


  • The Good Shepherd - March 31st

    There may be no more beloved picture of God in the Old Testament than the “Lord Is My Shepherd.” And to the people of Israel this was a vivid picture as they had experienced many “bad” shepherds throughout their history. When Jesus claims to be the “Good Shephard” He is claiming to be THE Messiah. And His promise to the sheep goes beyond their and our imagination.


  • The Way, The Truth, The Life - April 7th

    It is hard for our western ears to immediately pick up on Jesus meaning. When he says “I am the way, the truth, the life” he is not simply saying “this is how you will find God.” Instead He is means “if you are following me and believing in me, then you are following God and believing in God.” But these words are not spoken to His disciples as a proof text but as words of comfort in a time of great uncertainty. Words that we certainly need to hear today.

  • The Vine - April 14th

    The picture of Israel as God’s vineyard is found throughout the Old Testament. And in each case the picture is clear, Israel is meant to be God’s presence in the world. As with the “I am the Good Shepherd” saying, Jesus here speaks of the corporate nature of our faith. We are to be His presence in the world as well. But we can only do so in so far as we remain connected to Him.


  • The Resurrection & the Life - April 21st

    The celebration of Easter rings with the cries of “He Is Risen!” But when Jesus says, “I am the Resurrection” He is doing more than just predicting His own resurrection. He is claiming to be the very source of life AND the source of eternal life.