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In January, February, and March of 2018, the Continuum of Care Wood County (CoWCW) will be conducting community conversations regarding housing, homelessness, and what causes housing struggles.
The purpose is to gain information from Wood County residents on their housing struggles, specifically the causes and how agencies can change the manner in which these issues are addressed. These conversations will occur in all areas of the county to reach as many community members as possible, those with or without housing struggles.
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Our Mission ... Creating Christ-Connected Community
Who's welcome here ... Everyone
Peace is an inclusive community open to all regardless of ability, age, church experience, race, creed, gender, cultural background, political bias or sexual orientation. One's presence is all that is needed to participate in the life of Peace.
Who are we ... A Water Family
In the freeing, living waters of baptism, we are joined to Christ and to one another as brothers and sisters called to be servants of God's grace in the world.
The community life of Peace is grounded in worship and dedicated to being active in mission, celebrating, learning, and sharing the love of God in Christ Jesus. Peace is a growing and generous congregation that offers a sense of belonging and friendship filled with a great spirit of cooperation and support.
Where are we ... Bowling Green, Ohio
Peace Church is located at 1021 West Wooster Street, near the corner of West Wooster and Martindale, with our south entrance and additional parking at the corner of Pearl and Martindale. Peace is just west of Wood County hospital and next door to the fire station (click here for a map).
Worship is primary and central to the community life at Peace. It is a sacred time to connect with God's Spirit and one another. Worship at Peace is casual and uplifting. It celebrates God's love for all and it builds one another up for Christ's sake in the world.
Holy Communion, where bread is broken, wine is poured and the Lord's meal is shared, is celebrated each week at each service. It is open to all. There are no requirements, restrictions or judgement on whether you participate or not!
Everyone is welcome at worship, from the youngest and most energetic to the more slow and steady in pace!
For those who choose, a nursery for the wee ones is available but is not staffed. You are welcome to play in there with your children during worship if needed.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me (419-352-0241 or firstname.lastname@example.org). You are welcome here!
Pastor Debbie Conklin
This page updated 1/2/2018.
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