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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.
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.
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.
Awana Childrens Ministry is a welcoming, supportive place where kids, from every background and
cultural setting, learn how a personal relationship with Christ affects their everyday lives. Registrations are available in the
foyer or you can register online by clicking the REGISTER button below.
June 12-15 6:00pm - 8:00pm for all children kindergarten through 5th grade.
Explore a crowded Roman marketplace, tiptoe past watchful Roman guards, encourage first-century Christians who meet in a dark cave, race chariots, and visit Paul for daily discoveries about God’s love.
Registration is free. Participant and Volunteer registration forms are available at the welcome table in the church narthex, or you can sign up on line by clicking the register button, below.
Having served in a capacity as a school teacher for 6+ years, as a discipleship coordinator at a church for 3+ years, being the son, nephew, cousin, and brother-in-law to a number of teachers, education has played a significant role in my life. Teaching math was my primary subject of focus. What I often saw was that if a student was struggling with a concept, I often had to teach them (or refresh with them) to help give them some direction.
About 7 years ago I was introduced to a book that would forever change my life. That following fall, I was blessed to have the opportunity to share several hours in the car with the author after picking him up from the airport when the church I was a member of brought him to Michigan for additional teaching.
Medical and agricultural development needs are extreme in Niger, one of the poorest countries in the world. Niger has only a rudimentary health system, so disease is widespread, and the country is always teetering on the edge of famine.
Jeremy and Susan Beebout work with the Evangelical Church of the Republic of Niger (EERN) to build ministry programs, enabling Nigerien Christians to share Christ's love with the people of Niger by addressing their health and agricultural needs.
Jeremy, an agronomist, works with agricultural development efforts. Susan, who is a doctor, helps develop the church's health ministries. The couple has four children, Lydia, Eliza, Abigail, and Benjamin.
Click here to read the Beebout's newsletter.
Click here to read the Beebout's Annual Report.