Who We Are

At Peace Lutheran Church, we are forgiven by God’s grace, renewed by Christ’s love,
and called to celebrate, learn, and serve.

Peace Lutheran Church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  The first service ever held for Peace was conducted by Rev. Stan Sultemeier on October 2, 1977 in the cafeteria of A&M Consolidated High School with 162 people in attendance.

The original sanctuary for the church, now serving as our fellowship hall, was constructed in 1979-80.  Three major capital improvement projects over the years added the Student Center, the current Sanctuary, and the educational wing expansion on the fellowship hall.

Peace is lead by a great pastoral and volunteer team. Together they guide Peace’s major mission areas including Habitat for Humanity, Hospice Brazos Valley, Brazos Church Pantry, and Family Promise.

Peace is also the home parish for Treehouse – ELCA Campus Ministry of the Brazos Valley – the campus ministry program serving students at Texas A&M University and Blinn College, including its main campus in Brenham.

The congregation is now the church home to 478 baptized members and 271 households.

About Pastor Travis

Pastor Travis Meier

Pastor Travis Meier previously served at Bethany Lutheran Church in Fredericksburg, TX for four and a half years. He is a native Texan, born and raised in Brenham. He graduated from Texas A & M University with a Bachelor of Art’s degree in December of 2008.

While a student he was a member of the Corps of Cadets and the “Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band.”  Travis earned a Master of Divinity from the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and was ordained as a Lutheran pastor in 2013.

Peace Lutheran Church, a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, believes “we are forgiven by God’s grace, renewed by Christ’s love and called to celebrate, learn and serve”.

Pastor Travis embraces the new mission statement and is fully engaged to move Peace Lutheran forward to celebrate in worship, sing and journey through life together, to help us grow in faith and reflect God’s Word in our daily lives as they respond to serving physically and spiritually to the needs in the community.

“It is wonderful to be back in College Station and an honor to be serving Peace Lutheran.  The energy of the congregation is amazing. I look forward to serving alongside the people of Peace as we continue to proclaim the Gospel and develop a deeper relationship with the community.” Pastor Travis Meier.