Music as part of the great Lutheran tradition plays an important role in the worship life at Peace. Congregational hymn singing plays a primary role in worship services, a tradition advocated and enhanced by the reformer, Martin Luther. The organ and piano serve as the primary sources of support for congregational song, with the occasional addition of instrumentalists.
The Sanctuary Choir
Comprised of adults, and open to high school and college age students, the Sanctuary Choir provides strong vocal leadership in congregational singing. In addition, the choir prepares anthems and service music related to the themes of the day and the character of the seasons. Alternating between the two scheduled worship services each week, the choir usually sings an anthem, and call to worship.
The Left Hand Band
On the 4th Sunday of the month at the 11:00 a.m. service, the Left Hand Band leads the music.
The group is made up of vocalists, piano, acoustic guitars, and percussion instruments and offers both hymns and other popular Christian music in a more informal and relaxed atmosphere.