Ways to Respond: Look for the Helpers

What can you do to respond to the issues of racial justice and violence in our community?  The first answer is to not do anything but to listen.  Listen hard to our black and brown neighbors. Then you can “Look for the helpers” as Fred Rogers said on his TV...

Book Group: White Fragility by Robin Diangelo

PoP Member Barb Burkhardt is organizing an online book group to discuss White Fragility:  Why it is so hard for whites to talk about racism by Robin Diangelo.  The group will look at issues of systemic racism and how we can respond.  The group will meet...

At the Table: A Service of Holy Communion

While we have been including an opportunity for individuals to celebrate the Lord’s Supper within most of our recorded worship videos, we recognize that this experience varies with each individual participant. As with much we are attempting during this period of continued social distancing, we are calling on the Spirit to help us creatively address this longing for deeper connectivity.

Love Let Go Idea Pitch-Fest

The congregation has received 15 proposals for portions of the remaining funds available from the generous Rose Diestler estate gift. Each proposal was "pitched" as a part of a video conference on Sunday, May 31 where the sponsoring congregation member shared a brief...

Update on Church Operations – May 21

I’ve been trying to write this update for well over a week now.  But every time I sit down at the keyboard, I find another article to read, which leads to another video to watch, which reminds me there’s another press conference later today or tomorrow that I really...

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Welcome to Prince of Peace!

Jesus reached out to all! We too are a place that welcomes all people, from every walk of life and irrespective of any discrimination. We are a thoughtful people, caring for one another by applying our faith to daily life.

It’s our mission to be claimed, gathered and sent by God to build the church and love the world.

To see this made real, we will deepen our sense of how God’s story and activity shape life and co-create with God to practice transforming love in the world.



The ministries of Prince of Peace support the spiritual growth of all ages, build community with one another, and foster service beyond our own congregation.

We believe that each person has God-given skills and compassion, and that each person is called in their daily life to put this skill and compassion to use for the good of God’s creation. As we seek to follow the way of Jesus, we shape our congregational worship, education, and ministries in ways that grow out of our faith and that are relevant to the realities of daily life.

We believe that all of our ministries — including our children’s, youth, adult, and music ministries — are integral to the Prince of Peace Community. Family activities provide opportunities for children, youth, and parents/mentors as described in our various programs pages.

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Our knowledge about Christian teaching and history gives shape to experiencing the presence of God in our lives. Prince of Peace nurtures a sense of a loving and gracious God that is always with us.

Prince of Peace programs offer many opportunities for spiritual formation, including:

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