Regular worship and public gatherings of Hills of Peace have moved ONLINE
until further notice due to COVID-19
Interim Pastor Barbara is available online via email, Zoom and telephone.
Her email address is; other contact information can be found in the bulletin or by calling the church office.

Holy Week Services

April 1: Maundy Thursday, 7:00 pm
April 2: Good Friday, 10:00 am
April 4: Easter Sunday, 10:00 am

All services will use our regular Sunday morning Zoom link, below.

Even though at the moment we cannot physically gather together, Hills of Peace still has many things you can do to connect.

Each week’s Sunday service (if there is an online service that week) is available live at 10:00 am at this Zoom link: .

If you access Zoom via the above link, you shouldn’t need a password. However, if you are asked for it, it’s Lutheran (91256431 on the phone). Zoom does not have a toll-free number from Kamloops, but you can phone in using the Vancouver number at 647-374-4685.

We gather beforehand (in Zoom) at 9:40 for coffee.

Here is the recording of the Sunday, April 11 service.

Praying Together

Visit our Facebook page for pre-recorded and posted prayers daily. Send an email to the church office ( to be included on weekly emails with links to online socializing, meetings, Bible study, and devotions.
Also visit the national ELCIC website for more options to connect in prayer and worship across Canada:
Chalk drawing at front door

Pastoral Care

Online meet-ups, phone calls, physically distanced outdoor visits, and holy communion continue to be available through this time by contacting Pastor Jane (; 250-299-6983)

As Lutherans, we like to talk about “whose” we are, more than “who” we are.  That is to say, in our community we are not fazed by individual difference, because our individuality matters less than our commonality.

Together, what we have most in common is our belonging.  Each and every one of us belongs to God — that’s whose we are.

So, whether you’ve stopped by recently, rarely, or not yet, here is a place you can belong for as little or long as you like.

Some of us are “cradle Lutherans” (born into the Lutheran church), but many of us have come to this faith community as seekers at some later point in life.

People of all ages, experiences, identities, and journeys join in our worship and ministries.

Gathered, formed by the Word, fed by the Lord’s meal, and sent out to serve, we at Hills of Peace Lutheran church are a community of Christian believers.

Our pastor, the Rev. Jane Gingrich, serves Hills of Peace Lutheran Church full-time. More about her