Peace Lutheran Church and Congregation Or Atid work together as host site for Family Promise Metrowest. The two communities, one Christian and one Jewish, share the tasks of welcoming homeless families into a temporary home. The Islamic Center of Boston, First Presbyterian Church and Memorial Congregational Church in Sudbury are support congregations.

Family Promise Coordinators are Kim Canning and Kim Ho.

Family Promise Metrowest

Members of Peace Lutheran Church worship and learn together, celebrate with one another, support one another, and look for ways to be of service in the world. 

Peace community arts offers space for activities related to the care of children, to music and the arts, and to reverence for the world around us. 

Kim Canning, faith formation coordinator

Libby Jonczyk, sacristan

Paula Colburn, bookkeeper

Sarah Toomey, president

Kris Lutz, treasurer

Carrie Munford, secretary

John Van Alsten, financial secretary

Diane Burke, council member

Heather Moretz, council member

David Scheidemantel, council member

Karen Viola, council member

Jeffrey Johnson, pastor, has degrees from St. Olaf College, Yale University Divinity School and Boston University. He has served congregations in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts and is a counselor for palliative care
patients and their families. 

Kathryn Welter, music director, is a Ph. D. graduate of Harvard University in musicology. She is executive director of the Composers Conference and Chamber Music Workshops at Wellesley College and choir director at St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Church in Natick, Massachusetts.
Stephanie Smoot oversees our congregation's gardens. Produce is distributed to members and friends of the church and delivered to A Place to Turn in Framingham, Massachusetts