At Peace we believe that ministry is about learning to live out our faith and building relationships with our neighbors. Sign up for these upcoming outreach opportunities at the Welcome Center or contact Pastor Jonathan Vehar at email@example.com.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
St. Dysmas Worship – Thursday, September 13th, 2018
CLICK HERE to sign up by August 23rd!
There are few places where the love, mercy, and grace of God seem more radical than when the Good News is preached behind prison walls. This is what happens each week at the St. Dysmas prison congregation, where those who go to worship hear not words of condemnation and judgment (they live those words each and every day) but instead the life giving words of Jesus. Words that don’t change the past but the future, to hope and reconciliation.
Worshiping with St. Dysmas may be one of the scariest things you do (the first time). There is much that is uncertain. Much that seems intimidating. The thick walls, barbed wired fences, and steel bars. But those visuals only tell one part of the story. I find it more telling how often it is that those who braved worshiping at St. Dysmas once, go back time and time again. Therein lies the power of Jesus’ gospel. The power to transform and make new the things in our world that are broken.
So, I invite you to consider worshiping with us on September 13th. There is a little paperwork involved, so please sign up by August 23rd so we can make sure all is in order for this Spirit-filled worship.
Pastor Jonathan Vehar
Healthy Rides Drivers
Healthy Rides is a relatively new ministry of the ELCA Congregations in Sioux Falls that provides rides to health appointments for seniors and low income people. Be part of a pool of drivers to take people to health appointments as it works within your schedule. Project Coordinator: Pastor Paul
Be part of a group from Peace who does volunteer work for the staff of Pettigrew Elementary School doing a variety of classroom prep work for teachers. Meets 10 a.m.—noon on Thursdays during the school year. Project Coordinators: Darlene Runyan and Bonnie Peterson