Please Note:  Building is Temporarily Closed   


 Worship Opportunities

JOIN US IN PERSON at the church!!!!  Worship With Holy Communion  Wednesday Evenings at 6 p.m.
 Please make a reservation by calling the church office
 The number attending will be limited to 30 people
 Confirmation Class will follow from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m.
Reservations are necessary (call the church Mondays and Tuesday 715 235 2500



Radio: 8:30 a.m. Sunday mornings through iHeartRadio on AM880 WMEQ will continue!

Facebook: Streaming live at 8:30 a.m. Sunday mornings on PLC Facebook Live will continue!

Bible Study by Pastor Bob   Facebook: Wednesday Noon Bible Study – PLC Facebook Live


Pastoral Care
 Office Hours Monday thru Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.     CLOSED FRIDAYS

 The church building is locked and will be opened with prior notification only.

 Masks are required when entering the church building.

 Contact Pastor Bob anytime on his cell: 715-308-1681


If you need to get into the building, please call the church office during office hours to make arrangements.


A Message From Pastor Bob...    

Lord, Give Me A Sign!

A red light is a sign, isn’t it? It’s a signal that tells us STOP! Do Not Proceed! Hold Your Horses! We all know that a red light or stop sign ALWAYS requires us to put the brakes on, regardless of time, weather, or anything else. But signs can be so easy to ignore.

 It was my birthday, and I was living in friendly Fridley, MN. A few friends met me in Minneapolis for dinner and to see “The Phantom of the Opera” at The Orpheum Theater. It was a terrific evening, and a late one. I didn’t get back to my apartment till after 1 a.m. That night, when sitting at a red light two blocks from home, is when I did it. After checking every which way, a thought came to me, a thought not expected from my obedient, Lutheran brain: “It’s 1 o’clock in the morning! No one’s around, so make that left turn!” So I did, and the lights came on. Red and blue flashing lights, attached to a police car. With a police officer inside.

 You know the drill. The officer asked where I was going, where I had been, etc. I told him that I had one glass of wine with dinner over six hours ago, and the only other substance in my system was the adrenaline now pulsing through my veins. And even thought it was my birthday, I got a gift I didn’t want – a ticket. Sheeeeesh! Signs can be so easy to ignore.

 On Ash Wednesday and Sundays in Lent, our worship will be based on “The Signs of Lent,” signs that can be so easy to ignore.

Like the signs we see along the roads that tell us what to do, we will encounter signs on our Lenten journey that point to Christ. We’ll bump into signs such as U-Turn, Stop, and Dead End. While we are familiar with these signs and their meanings, we, like some clown driving home at 1 o’clock in the morning, rebelliously ignore them, and unfortunately, suffer the                consequences. Getting a traffic ticket is one thing. Losing our way on our Christian journey is an entirely different situation. Note: During Lent, Sunday and Wednesday Worship services will be on Facebook Live at our Facebook page, Peace Lutheran Church – Menomonie, WI.

 After Ash Wednesday, our Wednesday Lenten Worship will feature “Beneath the Cross: Letters from A Good Friday World.”

These letters, with great imagination, are from those who were closest to the crucifixion. They believed in Jesus’ ministry, but the dark, tragic events of Good Friday convinced them it was the end of him, the end of his influence, and the end of their world. We will read, to name a few, letters from Jesus’ mother, Mary, to her mother; an inquiry from Simon Peter to the Acme Fishing Supply Company; and a suicide note scrawled out by Judas Iscariot. Note: We do not celebrate Holy Communion on Wednesdays in Lent.

 Dear friends in Christ, please join us – either in-person or on Facebook Live – for our Lenten Season. And, seriously, pray that we may be able to gather for Easter Sunday Worship this year. If we cannot, we’ll manage. If we can, praise the Lord! So, drive carefully while on the road and on your spiritual journey. And celebrate that Good Friday was not the end of all things Jesus! Please stay tuned for updated information on Lent and other events.


Pastor Bob



6-6:30 p.m. LENTEN WORSHIP   

In-person (Reservations needed)

And on Facebook Live


Wednesday, February 17—Ash Wednesday,

Wednesday, February 24

 Wednesday, March 3

Wednesday, March 10

Wednesday, March 17 (FYFI Spring Break)

Wednesday, March 24


















Peace Lutheran Church is currently closed due to Covid19



Virtual worship is live on PLC Facebook Sundays at 8:30 a.m.

Radio Broadcasts of the Sunday worship is offered on WMEQ 880 AM at 8:30 as well.   



     Virtual Bible Study is offered by Pastor Bob on Facebook Live each Wednesday at noon.

     Worship in the Sanctuary at 6 p.m. (Reservations necessary - limit of 30) with Confirmation meeting virtually from 7 to 7:45 p.m. 


Pastor Bob and Kate will be in the church office daily.

Office Hours:      Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Wednesdays building is open from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. for Worship.

Fridays - CLOSED



The building is open by appoinhtment only 

If you need assistance or to be in the church building when it is closed, please make prior arrangements with either Kate or Bob.   

If you need immediate pastoral assistance,

contact Pastor Bob on his cell phone: