NOTE:  The current impact of widespread coronavirus prevents us from gathering in person on Sundays, however, we continue “being church” thanks to Zoom and additional online resources. Now is an important time to be part of a welcoming spiritual community. We think Peace Church is such a place. If you are not yet receiving our newsletter, email to be added. A link to Sunday Zoom access will be included.


We are informally formal, Christian, protestant in worship; and you wonder “what does all that mean?”

A journey into our Congregational Life and Worship …

Peace Church became a community partner with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI @ Clemson) in July 2017 which locates us at the Cheezem Education Center on Patrick Square. The setting allows our worship great flexibility for services and invites us to demonstrate our commitment to education as various Peace folks teach OLLI classes during the year.

You can expect a warm welcome every Sunday at 5:00 PM.

When we talk about the God, Jesus, and the Bible it is liberal and progressive.

We are intentional about taking time to hear people’s concerns and pray about them.

As a church and denomination, we generally practice infant baptism (a welcoming into the family of God) but respect the right of individuals to choose no baptism or to wait for a later date for a believer’s baptism. If already baptized there is no need to be re-baptized.