Church Life - Adult Opportunities


Adult Ministries

The purpose of Peace's Adult Ministries is to provide continuing ministry which equips adults through teaching to KNOW God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, to GROW in developing a powerful and purposeful prayer life, to show their devotion to God as they FOLLOW Him in daily worship and to SERVE others both within and outside the fellowship of believers.

Peace encourages people to get involved and connected. We provide numerous avenues to connect in our Adult Ministry offerings. We hope that you will find one or more opportunities that provide you with support, growth and faith opportunities with people in the same stages of life as yourself.

Besides worship, you are invited to join us for Bible studies, Small Groups, Special Interest groups like our Dinner Groups or A.C.T.S Prayer Group and many other activities so you can meet people and build meaningful friendships.

Sunday School

Below are the Adult Sunday School classes starting February 7th.
To register for a Sunday School class online, click here.    Register

We all want a faith that won't let us down in times of trouble or loss, uncertainty or fear. A faith that can pull us through the worst - and best - times in our lives. This is the kind of faith that James writes about. It is the faith that we practice day by day. Studying James will help us grow a steadfast faith that can carry us through life. Includes nine studies for individuals or groups.

To read an EXCERPT to learn more about the book, click here.

One of the greatest gifts that Christ has given us is each other. Through his body, the church, we find our gifts and experience worship, healing and power. Explore how we can grow in loving and nurturing one another. Christian Community includes ten studies for individuals or groups. This revised Bible study features additional questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, together with expanded leader's notes and a "Now or Later" section in each study.

To read an EXCERPT to learn more about the book, click here.

Like many of us, Habakkuk wanted answers from God. More than anything else, he wanted God’s assurance that everything was going to work out. It was the latter half of the seventh century BC, and the southern kingdom of Judah was experiencing desperate national circumstances. A new world power, Babylon, had arisen and loomed large in the east. Judah’s future was uncertain, and Habakkuk felt these national pains in a very personal way. Habakkuk was not your average prophet. He functioned more like a prophet to God on behalf of the people rather than speaking to the people on behalf of God. His brazen honesty with God provides a good model for us to follow. But in the end, it is his relentless trust in God, regardless of circumstances, that we can learn from. In this 8-week study of Habakkuk 1:1-2:5, we will explore how to live by faith in a God whose presence is not always obvious in an unstable world.

To read an EXCERPT to learn more about the book, click here.

Men's Ministry

The Men's Ministry at Peace is dedicated to helping men become the leaders God has called them to be. It is designed to empower men to impact their workplace, communities and, most importantly, their families for the Kingdom of God. It is accomplished through several areas of the Men's Ministry including Men's Breakfast, Men's Bible Study, and other special events. Becoming a Christian man is not a destination, it is a life-long journey. The Men's Ministry is designed to equip men for that journey.

Women's Ministry

The Women’s Ministry at Peace seeks to create a space for the women of our community to gather in fellowship, to foster relationships, to support and challenge each other, and to ask questions of faith and life. All women are welcome to join us. Have questions or want to get involved? Contact Aaron.

20’s, 30’s, 40’s

Young Adults Are you looking for a community? Maybe you are a busy, young professional, a young married couple, or you have older children and are looking to connect with a faith community as well as seeking to connect with others in your life stage? This ministry seeks to gather those in their 20s, 30s, and 40s through regular gatherings of meals, service, fellowship, and small groups.


The JOY (Just Older Youth) Group is for those 60+. We meet the first Saturday of each month, 6:00, unless it's a holiday. We vary places we meet and suggestions are always welcome. Click here to check the Newsletter or watch the Bulletin for the location. This is not a study group but simply a social get together for the seniors. Anyone is welcome! For information contact Helen at 712-253-1219.

Online Discipleship

We recognize that a huge part of discipleship is being in community. However, there are sometimes seasons in life where it is more difficult to gather together outside of the home. Although, it is not designed to replace community, it is important to recognize that there a number of solid, biblical resources available online. If this opportunity seems right up your alley, click here for more information.