Pastor Marty will be leading a study on Isaiah for our Adult Bible Study in the Great Room. ISAIAH – Often called the fifth Gospel, the book of Isaiah is a treasure of messianic prophecy and Godly wisdom for churches, believers, and nations. 

Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am beginning on September 12 for a study of this beautiful and profound book of the Bible.  Come early for coffee and fellowship.

Whether you are looking for a Bible study, casual gathering with friends, or a committed small group, our adult ministry provides opportunities for adults to share their faith walk with others. No matter what phase of life you might be in - finishing up college, developing a career, starting and raising a family, experiencing what it means to be an empty-nester, retiring... all of these events are more meaningful and joyful when we share them together.  For more information on how to connect with a small group at Peace, contact Katherine Richards, Director of Adult Education & Outreach.


Adults on the Go is a group of Christian adults who meet several times a year for fellowship and service events outside the Peace campus. Past events have included boat tours, museum visits, concerts, plays, and our annual volunteer event at Feed My Starving Children. Adults of all ages are invited to join us.

If you would like to be on the mailing list for events or would like more information, please contact Brad Stirtz.



Being part of a faith-filled community is a wonderful way to be encouraged in your walk to become the man God has purposed you to be.


Men of Peace (MOP) Monthly Breakfast

Men of all ages are invited to come enjoy a full home-cooked breakfast and a chance to connect with other men at Peace. Monthly breakfasts are held on the second Saturday of each month at 8:00 a.m., and include a program as well as a fine dining experience!

For more information, contact Brad Stirtz.

Men's Bible Study

  • Monday evenings (twice per month) at 8:00 PM at Peace. Contact Bob Duryea for details.
  • Thursday mornings  at Fox's Restaurant, 4700 Main Street in Lisle (corner of Main and Ogden),  Contact Brad Stirtz for more information.



Our women's ministry is committed to helping women to grow spiritually through opportunities that will teach, encourage, equip, and reach out to serve.  There are a variety of opportunities for Bible study, spiritual renewal, and serving in our local and global communities. For more information on what is available and how to participate, please contact Katherine Richards


Join us  for Women's Evening Bible Study!

We will continue to study together virtually via Zoom each Tuesday evening at 7 pm.  

Our study is called Take Courage: A Study of Haggai by Jennifer Rothschild. Workbooks are $14.

To register to receive Zoom meeting links for the study, please email Kerby Kerber.


Our  study "Jesus and Women" is 5-week DVD-based study by biblical culturalist, Kristi McLelland, will help us understand Jesus more deeply by studying first-century history and culture.  We will explore how Jesus restored honor and dignity to women in the 1st century.  We will gain a deeper insight into the biblical world and a fresh perspective on familiar stories.    For more information, contact Katherine Richards.  

Our Fall Study session start date will start 

September 15.  This study will be offered both in-person and recorded online. 


Our next study will begin mid-September.   For more information or to sign up, please contact Katherine Richards.  Feel free to invite friends to join, too!


The Lutheran Women's Missionary League provides women the opportunity to grow spiritually and be equipped to serve in a variety of mission work within Peace and the larger Lutheran Church. LWML works alongside other ministry teams here at Peace to provide support for service projects, community activities, and family-focused events.

LWML meetings and events are open to all women in Christ who have a heart for missions and for service to one another and the world. Check the website's calendar for monthly Monday meetings. For more information, contact Janet Stuckey or Nancy Ewert through the church office.