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Peace Presbyterian Church

9145 Franklin Blvd.
Elk Grove, CA 95758

(916) 684-8100 voice
(916) 684-7719 fax

Please join us for Worship and Children’s Church at 10 am.

Sunday School, “Growth Hour”, at 9 am: classes for all.




What’s the Point?


Contact us:
  Rev. Brian Spangler, Pastor
  Office Manager


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a member of Sacramento Presbytery, and the Presbyterian Church U.S.A.

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Mission and Evangelism

formerly Mission and Peacemaking


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Join Elder Allen G.’s family’s team- Sanctified Soles which is a combination of the members of several Christian churches: in 2016 we raised an est. $3,500 reaching Silver Status! Donate online or to any of our team members.

There’s a way you can personally help the fight cancer. And it’s right in your own backyard! The American Cancer Society Relay For Life® of Elk Grove will bring together people in your community who’ve been touched by cancer. It is a day filled with fun, fellowship, and festivities. It is a time when people you know and people you don’t know team up to raise public awareness about cancer in the community and raise funds to find the cure. This unforgettable 24 hours raises awareness and funds to save lives, help those touched by cancer, and empower people to fight back. With the money raised at Relay, your American Cancer Society is working toward an important goal -- a future without cancer. Our team continues to work; come see our booth SATURDAY, MAY 20, JOSEPH KERR MIDDLE SCHOOL 8865 Elk Grove Blvd.

Brookdale Assisted Living

(formerly Emeritus, and Sunrise): We serve this senior community by leading worship in their center once every other month. Contact Pastor Jerry B. for more info. or to volunteer to read Scripture, pray, sing, play an instrument or act out a skit.

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The Elk Grove Food Bank Services

...serves many families in need. Your contributions and time are always appreciated. Donations may be made at any time and placed in the Food Bank Basket which resides in our Sanctuary’s Fellowship Hall where you can also find a Shopping/Needs list to take home. Thank you!

Join the Run4Hunger in Elk Grove. It is fun: Walk/Run the Adults/Youth 5K, 10K, or kids .25 mile runs. This is separate from the Run4Hunger Sacramento Run.

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EG WINS: Winter Sanctuary

for Elk Grove residents, a place to sleep out of the harsh weather, food, fellowship. Contact Elder Sally R. for more info. Needs: sheet sets for twin beds, volunteers, new socks, scarves, chaptsticks, flashlights can be donated to Peace or a tube bin at Creekside.

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Love Inc (In the Name of Christ)

provides necessary housing furniture, job help and more. Contact Pastor Brian for more info.

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Courage Worldwide

This organization supplies housing, education, and counseling for girls rescued from child sex trafficking. A Courage House in Sacramento is supported by our churches. Donate online, through Peace, or through the Turkey Trot.

Join the Courage Run/Turkey Trot in Elk Grove Thanksgiving Day. Walk/Run the Adults/Youth 5K, 10K, or kids .25 mile runs as an individual, or better, with our team “THE CHURCH AT ELK GROVE”. Each individual earns a participation medal and runs...so they don’t have to.

City Hope 2009/Family Hope 2010

Through these initial two projects the Elk Grove churches have banded together to serve the community of Elk Grove.
www.theChurchAtElkGrove.org. examples: sponsoring the Elk Grove Food Bank together, and ELK GROVE CLEANUP DAYS and WEEKEND OF SERVICE: In 2016 we cared for the local public schools.

Chicks in Crisis: www.chicksincrisis.org. Contact Pastor Brian for more info.


Pray for Burma
read the latest info and requests for prayer.


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A small gift bag is personally given to each visiting guest of our Worship Service along with a contact card so that we may find new needs of our guest(s) and contact the guest(s) at a later date to invite them to other services and get to know them. They are found in the Fellowship Hall near the picture shown at right. Our Deacons keep them coming.


See the Web Team page for more info.


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There are two main ways we can help those affected by a natural disaster

  • The first is to pray: for those who have lost loved ones; for those who are homeless and hopeless; for those who are unsure of the whereabouts of friends and family; for those ministering in the midst of the death and destruction.
  • The second is by giving of our hearts and resources to help those in need. The Presbyterian Disaster Relief funds go directly to help those whose lives have been impacted by disasters.
Thank you for praying and giving to those who need hope and help.
- Pastor Brian

Thank you so much for your generosity.


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Special offering collected Resurrection Sunday, a meaningful way to share God’s love with people experiencing need. In response to Christ’s love for all people, Presbyterians have joined Christians throughout the nation for more than 50 years in joyfully sharing with people in need. Your Resurrection Sunday gift supports ministries of disaster response, refugee assistance and resettlement, and community development in more than one hundred countries.
Our church raised $797.00 during our One Great Hour of Sharing in 2007.
For more information see the PC-USA website: www.pcusa.org/oghs/


Taken during worship Sunday, on Pentecost Sunday (50 days after Resurrection Sunday). This Presbyterian Church - USA offering began 1989 to help children at risk, youth and young adults. Our congregation will keep 40% of this offering to help children in our community. If you know of a worthy charity that supports children and young adults in our community, please contact one of Elders. And please wear red to church Pentecost Sunday in honor of this special offering!


First Sunday in October
The Peacemaking Offering is one of four special offerings designated by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church to support peacemaking initiatives and peace education throughout the church. The Peacemaking Offering is received by most congregations on World Communion Sunday, celebrated the first Sunday in October. Our congregation keeps a percentage to donate locally and the rest is used by synods and presbyteries and the General Assembly ministries through the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program. Peace collected $235.00 to support peacemaking initiatives and peace education through the church in 2006. Thank you for your generosity!