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Peace Reformed Church
About Peace Reformed

We believe that God is active in the world today changing lives. We believe that God speaks to us through the spoken word, music, prayer, Bible study, and fellowship. We recognize our need for God and come to worship expecting to see, recognize, and respond to God's presence in our lives.

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Our Ministries

You can grow spiritually through participation in weekly worship, education, Bible reading and study. In faithful congregations, inspiring worship and loving relationships flourish as the church builds community through a free and forgiven life.

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You can help others by using your unique gifts to help those in need as well as joining others to accomplish shared goals. Groups include mentoring activities, chancel choir, Gospel Mission work, quilting groups, and more.

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FROM THE PASTOR

from the pastor

Comforting Constant

Change is a constant. No matter what we may think or try to do, life brings change. There are some things they just change no matter what. However, there are some things that do not change. While driving from Sioux City to Seattle the scenery changed. We saw farmland producing corn, soybeans, wheat, sunflowers, hay, potatoes, grapes, cherries, apples, and pastureland for cows, sheep, and horses. We saw animals of all sorts like the previously mentioned domesticated kind as well as wildlife ranging from the commonly seen rabbits, squirrels, raccoons, white-tailed deer to those not so common to us like the porcupine, sand-hill crane, mule deer, and elk. The landscape transitioned as well going from rolling hills of dark rich soil to sharply tumbling hills of prairie grass to sage-brush covered foot hills with big buttes and gravely gulches (still not sure what makes a gulch) to majestic mountains masterfully decorated with lush forests and capped with bright white snow to brown brushy high plains desert to great gorgeous river valleys. There were places named Wall and walls decorated with gum. There were places with beautiful names like Coeur d’ Alene and others like Squim. There were many different people, all shapes and sizes, colors and cultures. We heard numerous languages. The diversity was unending and the stories new with each one. There was the young woman figuring out her future while working in the tourist service industry and the man who was looking back on his after a full career in the Navy seeing many different places in the world. The change in it all is mind spinning.

Yet some things remained constant. All things were created. All things are in a constant state of being cared for. All things are relying on one God. This is the same God who remained faithful throughout the Old Testament even when the people wandered away. This is the same God who continued to stay true in his love even when the people disobeyed. This is the same God who would send a light in the midst of the darkness to shine forth with that love. This is the same God who promised to never leave us or forsake us. This is the same God who has assured us that nothing, absolutely nothing can separate us from his love. In the midst of all that change isn’t it a comfort, an assurance, a breath of fresh air, an awesome truth; that our God is a comforting constant!

PEACE MISSIONS

Bryent and Jenna Slagter missionaries

Volunteering in Niger

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BRYENT AND JENNA SLAGTER

as they prepare to serve as a youth pastor and a teacher’s aide at an international Christian school in Niamey, Niger, where the children of RCA missionary couples Tom and Aïchatou Johnson and Jeremy and Susan Beebout attend.

The Slagters will mentor students, contribute to the school’s spiritual mission, lead Bible studies, help teachers with lessons, and tutor students who need extra help. “We hope to be a witness for Christ while easing the minds of missionary parents who worry about the quality of their children’s education while they are engaged in cross-cultural ministry,” they say.

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