In-Person Worship

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  • 8a Traditional Worship
  • 9a Adult Bible Study
  • 10a Contemporary Worship

What to Expect When We Return to Worshiping in the Sanctuary —

  • Sanitize public spaces before/after services
  • Physical distancing will be required at all times.
  • Pews will be emptied of books, cards, pens
  • Doors propped open
  • Touchless temperature checks upon arrival
  • Sanitizer Stations in main hallway
  • Some areas will be restricted such as the coffee bar, ELC hallway, and offices. Open areas will be the main hallway, main restrooms, sanctuary, and Community Room.
  • Masks required unless you are seated in the pew
  • No handouts (News and Notes/Worship Guides)
  • When we serve communion, it will be distributed in individual sets upon entry and the empty cups will be collected as you exit
  • Pews have been taped off to only allow every other pew seating. You may sit in any open pew you wish, but we encourage you to be seated from the front pews to the back pews to lessen contact.
  • The cry room will be limited to 2 parents-2 children.
  • We will not have a staffed nursery, Sunday School, or Peak until it is safer to do so.
  • Coffee and treats will not be served until further notice.
  • You will be excused from worship starting at the back pews and moving forward.
  • Please exit the building promptly—no loitering in the hallway.
  • Please refrain from greeting family and friends until you have
    exited the building.
  • Not quite ready to come back? We’ll still have online services for a few more weeks. 9a Sunday mornings on PeaceArvada YouTube.

Siberian Lutheran Mission News

Follow this link to get up-to-date information on the Siberian Lutheran Mission and their quest to save the Lutheran Seminary in Siberia.
At the request of President Matthew Harrison and the LCMS Church Relations Office, the Siberian Lutheran Mission Society has been asked to build an endowment capable of rendering the Russian Seminary financially self-sufficient. The goal is to raise $7 Million over the next five years (2019-2023). Please consider supporting this mission endeavor with a one-time gift, five-year pledge or in your estate planning. A private charitable foundation will continue to support the operational budget while the SLMS raises money for the permanent, on-going support. Please help with your gift to Save a Seminary!

Hands of the Carpenter

Provide Hope for a single woman in need with a donated car

The single women served by Hands of the Carpenter (Hands) have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have lost jobs or had their pay/hours cut, while having to figure out how to care for their children with schools closed and childcare hard to come by. Safe transportation is one way we can help.

Hands accepts and utilizes car donations to support single women striving to maintain employment, care for their families, and achieve self-sufficiency. Any car will be accepted although ones 5-10 year-old are most preferred.  For more information regarding this tax-deducible donation opportunity (Federal and Colorado Enterprise Zone) go to www.ehands.org and click on the Donate a Vehicle button at the top of the homepage.  Hands welcomes all who wish to offer support or need assistance. For more information contact Daniel Mondragon at daniel.mondragon@ehands.org. 16097 S Golden Rd. Golden, CO 80401 handsofthecarpenter.org 303-521-7114