The mission of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is to proclaim and share the good news of God’s love and salvation through Jesus Christ. We invite you to fellowship with us through worship and service.
Festivals & Worship this Season
Sundays in Advent – Advent, the blue season. Blue for the hope we all share in a God of grace and mercy who comes and will come. What a blessed time to be together, hearing the marvelous word of anticipation and singing the advent songs that quicken our hearts to our Lord.
Midweek Advent Worship is a blessed time of getting away – from the crowds on the roads and in the stores or perhaps from our schedules brimming over that stretch us ever so thin. We gather in the chapel for a quiet time of prayer, scripture, meditation and Holy Communion. We will even sing a song of the Advent season.
In this brief time at midday, we listen for the voice of the Lord who comes into our lives. Bring a friend and gather with sisters and brothers to worship the One who makes every season possible. Let us join together on Wednesdays at noon during the Advent season – starting December 5!
Christmas Eve Worship at PoP
Christmas Worship | December 24th – With Word and Sacrament, instrumentalists and voices, joyous celebration and quiet contemplation, candlelight Christmas Eve worship at Prince of Peace is a blessed evening of honoring the Lord. Come, invite your friends to hear the story of the child born for us this day!
|Christmas Eve Worship | December 24th|
|4:30pm||Nativity of Our Lord – Christmas Eve |
Holy Communion with the music of our children.
|Nativity of Our Lord – Christmas Eve |
Holy Communion with music of our Festival Choir, brass, timpani, violin, organ and bells. Pre-service music begins 20 minutes before the hour.
The Feast of Lights
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. A Wassail Party and reception in the Parish Hall follows this exciting night of worship.
We celebrate Holy Communion each Sunday at 8:45am and 11:00am. We affirm our Lord’s presence in, with and under each element of the Sacrament. All baptized Christians are welcome at the Lord’s table.
- Childcare provided on Sunday morning
- Sound enhancement for hearing impaired
- Wheel chair accessibility
- Large Print worship materials
- Weekly Scripture Readings
- Education for all ages at 10:00 a.m.