Covid Update

Our ministry leaders, in consultation with the Smart Team, are making the following adjustments to our operations and safety protocols:

Come & See

New Year, New Worship Series: Eyes wide open, we step into this new year with an invitation to “come and see.”  Using John’s gospel as our guide, this is an opportunity for each of us to experience Jesus for ourselves.  Over the course of the coming two months, we’ll follow where Jesus leads, we’ll see the signs Jesus offers, we’ll listen as Jesus teaches and we’ll come ever closer to knowing the God in whom we believe.

It’s Time to Think about Summer Camp!

It’s cold and snowy outside but it is time to plan for camp next summer.  Prince of Peace has had a relationship with Camp Wapo in Amery, Wisconsin for many years.  Registration for summer 2022 will be Jan 15 - Feb. 15.  Click Here to Register! Prince of Peace's week...

Covid & The New Year

We want to share some of what we are thinking about the Covid-19 pandemic as Advent draws to a close and we prepare for Christmas.  We have all been wearied by the slow pace of the return of practices so central to our lives like exchanging unmasked smiles and sharing a handshake or hug.  At the same time, we take pride in how our church has responded with resilience and innovation in keeping connected to God and to one another. We are also anxious.

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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 these skills and sense of 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 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.

Church musicians
Church youth
Lawn gathering


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: