A fun evening of delicious food, delightful conversation and a room full of “mystery guests!” Everyone who signs up (singles & couples!) will be paired with 4 to 6 other people for a dinner party.
Be a Host, Be the Cook or be a Guest!
The Twist | You won’t know who’s ‘coming to dinner’ until everyone shows up at the hosts home – not even the host! You’ll receive directions, info on the main course, and the number to prepare for. Sign up by February 10th at the red & white checked box, at poplargo.org, or by contacting Faye: 727.585.9969, email@example.com.
Save the date – Friday & Saturday, March 15th & 16th!
Each year the wonderful people of Prince of Peace join forces to help those in our community who help others. We cook, clean, care, perform, paint, rake, pray and anything else that is helpful. You can stay right here at the church to do God’s work for those in need, or you can work on-site at agencies like Kimberly Home, Clearwater Free Clinic, Pinellas Hope, Clothes to Kids, Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, Lighthouse for the Blind and many more.
Work an hour to two or the whole weekend. Have fun and make friends – more than 150 of our members help out each year.
Questions? Contact a team leader – Faye, 727.585.9969 (firstname.lastname@example.org) OR Pam, 727.709.3668 (email@example.com).
Get settled in – there’s so much for you to explore! Renew old friendships, then meet and greet a few new folks, too! In order to help you get a bit more comfy, we’ve planned a Welcome Brunch just for you! Stay up-to-date on fellowship and volunteer opportunities via Sunday worship bulletins, monthly newsletters, and digital emails!
Be sure to sign up to attend below (or via Sunday attendance cards)!
Reservations can also be made by calling the church office at 727.585.9969 or filling out the attendance card during Sunday Worship.
For many years, congregations from this part of Pinellas County have gathered on this week to observe the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. It falls between the observance days of the Confession of Peter [January 18] and the Conversion of Paul [January 25]. It is our honor to host this event in 2019.
We will worship together with brothers and sisters in Christ from many different congregations. There will be a joint choir to support our song. Kirk Ray Smith, President/CEO of Religious Community Services will be our speaker. Join us for this special time of worship.
On Sunday, January 13th at 12:30PM, all children, youth and their families are invited to gather for a cookout at Taylor Park. The main dish will be provided, but each family is encouraged to bring a side. We will be eating, playing games, and learning about faith-building activities that we can do together as families. If you have questions about the event, please contact Pastor Adam.
Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 5pm – Prince of Peace welcomes all to join us for a festive night – Feast of Lights: Coming of the Wise Men is a retelling of the Advent – Christmas – Epiphany stories with tableau with choirs, handbells, banjo, and double bass. Join us – 455 Missouri Avenue, Largo, FL 33770. A reception and refreshments in the Parish Hall follow this exciting night of worship.
Your choice of Turkey OR Ham with all of the trimmings!
$6.00 per person, $2.50 per child under 12 years
Thanksgiving Eve Supper | 5:45pm, November 21st | Parish Hall
We look forward to fellowship in worship and a dinner of thanksgiving together. To help us ensure we’ll have enough seats and food for everyone, sign up on the “Thanksgiving Dinner” list in the Parish Hall. Last year, nearly 100 individuals came together for good food & great fellowship. Be sure to RSVP by November 19th!
Thanksgiving Eve Worship | 7pm, November 21st | Sanctuary
At Prince of Peace, on the evening before Thanksgiving, we set aside time to gather for worship, giving thanks to God for all the blessings of this life.
As an offering of gratitude, we invite you to bring non-perishable food items to be donated to the RCS food bank. In addition, all monetary offerings will also go to the food bank.
We look forward to fellowship in worship after Thanksgiving Dinner together.
Annual Congregational Meeting | Wednesday, November 28th
Our Annual Congregational Meeting will take place at 7:00pm in the Sanctuary. We will enjoy dinner together at 6:00pm in the Parish Hall. Please be sure to mark your RSVP on the attendance card in Sunday’s bulletins or RSVP Now Online by Clicking Here.
The Annual Congregational meeting will convene on Wednesday, November 28at7PM.
Prior to the meeting there will be a meal beginning at 6PM. The meeting’s agenda will consist of reports of the pastors, the Preschool, Ruth’s Promise, and the Endowment Fund. We will also elect new Council members and approve the 2019 Spending Plan for Ministries. Please plan to attend our annual meeting.
Please be sure to mark your RSVP on the attendance card in Sunday’s bulletins OR RSVP here online by completing the form below.
Each year, thousands come to the Largo Holiday Stroll to see over one million beautiful Christmas Lights, numerous Christmas displays, and various activities throughout the park. Prince of Peace will tell the story of Christ’s birth through our Live Nativity Display and our Bethlehem marketplace.
Guests will enter the “ancient city of Bethlehem” at the time of the census, explore the busy marketplace, visit with the shopkeepers and talk to the townspeople. Experience the Christmas story told through a live nativity scene depicting Mary, Joseph and the Christ child, along with angels, shepherds, and wise men!
Meet us at: Largo Central Park | 101 Central Park Drive | Largo, FL 33771
It takes many hands to make this event a success – a full volunteer calendar will be forthcoming – sign up if you’d like to help!
Last month’s prayer around the cross brought together over 60 of us—children, youth and adults—to share in a blessed time at the end of the day. We gather in the sanctuary literally around a cross, and we sing, pray, listen for God’s Word in scripture and sit in contemplative silence. There is no rush.
We pray for our world and for friends in need, for strangers and for our work as God’s people here. Some friends choose to light candles and place them around the cross, as a way of helping us recall those for whom we pray. They reflect the Light in whose name we gather. Come for a peaceful moment at the end of an otherwise hectic day, surrounded by brothers and sisters in Christ—all in prayer. Invite and bring a friend.