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  Abiding Peace Lutheran Church  
   Abiding Peace Lutheran Church
What's Happening at Abiding Peace
Our Mission...

PREACH God's Word

TEACH God's People

REACH God's World

with the abiding peace
found in Jesus Christ

Currently Abiding Peace is offering small group worship by appointment only. If you desire to worship at Abiding Peace, please contact us at (847)931-7300 or email at pastor@abidingpeace.org. 


"I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us" (Romans 8:18). 

God bless all of you with good health!

Weekly Worship Times

Worship Schedule:
8:00 am, 9:30 am, and 11:00 am



How to Find Us

 Abiding Peace is located on 
 South Randall Rd in Elgin,
 across from Meijer. From
 Randall Road, turn west on
 College Green Drive. Then
 take the first left which leads
 into our parking lot.
Upcoming Events at Abiding Peace
Abiding Peace is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS)

Encouragement for Daily Living 

Faith Related Q and A
» I am getting married soon and, as a member of a WELS church, I would like to have it in my home church. However, my mother has brought to my attention that some of the music I want played at my wedding is not allowed in a church setting or service, such as “All of Me” by John Legend. Could you direct me to where in the Bible it specifies which kind of music is allowed in a church? I don’t want to be disrespectful, but my fiancé and I value music highly and would really like to include instrumental versions of other songs, along with the worship songs we choose. If you could provide some clarity, I would greatly appreciate it. God bless.
» Regarding a question about who you would endorse for U.S. president, you gave the following response: "WELS does not endorse any candidate for political office. Doing so would be a violation of the Internal Revenue Code and jeopardize the synod’s tax-exempt status." Would it not be highly improper to let government benefits affect what the synod or its congregations would endorse or not endorse? I feel like the only thing guiding the preaching and official statements of a church body should be the Word of God. If the church, as a consequence of that, would lose various economic benefits, that's a price we as Christians should be ready to pay (Rev. 13:17).
» Recently I've been struggling with sola Scriptura (Scripture alone). I've read the verses pointed to as evidence, but I'm having a hard time connecting them as evidence for sola Scriptura. In their context, they don't seem like proof. How should the dots be connected between these verses?
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