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OUR MISSION…


PREACH God's Word

TEACH God's People

REACH God's World 

with the abiding peace found in Jesus Christ

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

June 11th - 15th
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.




Call (847) 931-7300 to register

Please join us - All are welcome!

 
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Sunday Worship Schedule 

 Worship Service @ 8:00 am
Bible Study @ 9:15 am
Sunday School @ 9:15 am
Worship Service @ 10:30 am



 

How to Find Us

Abiding Peace is located on South Randall Road 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.
 

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Abiding Peace is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS)

Encouragement for Daily Living 

Faith Related Q and A
» So, I have been studying church history lately, and it is quite obvious that the Catholic Church was the first church that Jesus established. So, since that is the case, in Matthew 16:18 it says that the gates of hell will not overcome the church. Well, we Lutherans would say that the devil deceived the Catholic Church, but if he did, then wouldn’t that make Jesus a liar? I know he isn’t a liar, by the way, but this is just kind of making me think of joining the Catholic faith. I mean Jesus did establish the Catholic Church on Peter, and Protestants were established by men like Martin Luther, John Calvin, Zwingli, etc. Can you please help with this?
» Do you have any online sources or advice for someone trying to learn more about the WELS Church? I was raised in the ELCA, but did not go to church very often growing up or during college. My boyfriend is WELS, grew up in a very faith based household, and went to a WELS college. Definitely more “religious” than me. I’m working on my own faith and making that a bigger part of my life, but talking about marriage scares me because I feel like we have vast religious differences despite both being Lutheran. I’m a strong-willed, liberal woman and there are some fundamental beliefs that I hold that are inconsistent with certain WELS beliefs. I’m open minded and understand the rationale behind certain WELS beliefs, but I know I will never share certain beliefs. I’m looking for some resources perhaps to help me get a better grasp on how drastic the divide between ELCA and WELS is. Thank you in advance!
» Is Jerusalem the eternal capital of Israel, either as a nation or for the Jewish people, according to the Bible?
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