Prince of Peace celebrates the musical talents of our members and provides outlets for these abilities.
Prince of Peace celebrates the musical talents of our members and provides outlets for these abilities. We have a wide range of musical ensembles that welcome children and adult singers and instrumentalists.
Music is a meaningful expression of the scriptures and theologies of the church. Through our music we can reflect on and live those texts in new and exciting ways. From the music of Martin Luther and J. S. Bach to current composers, the Lutheran Church has welcomed music that reflects the thoughts and beliefs of the church.
Through music, God’s spirit lives in us. We all have our favorite hymns and styles of music, but new musical pieces are constantly being created as people explore new ways to experience the Word. Through these new pieces we are given the opportunity to have new favorites.
Thank you to the dedicated sound and video technicians who bring virtual Sunday services of Prince of Peace into the homes of people who are joining us online.
The Luther College Nordic Choir will perform at 4 p.m. Sunday, February 5, at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi, Minnesota. Directed by Andrew Last, Nordic Choir is Luther’s principal touring choir in a choral program that comprises three upper-class mixed touring choirs and two first-year choirs. Nordic Choir honors the Lutheran choral tradition while exploring new and innovative choral works that span styles and genres.
At University Lutheran Church of Hope in Dinkytown Minneapolis (601 13th Ave. SE) we do an annual concert called Night Songs (last held in 2019 due to the pandemic) which features area choirs and instrumentalists performing pieces that are paired with poetry and...