PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ and welcoming all
to grow with us in God’s love through worship, learning, service, and fellowship.
We are a church. We are a community. We are a people who care for one another. We are a worshipping assembly. We are Lutheran. We are Christian. We are believers in Jesus who know that we can do more together than we can separately.
Being a church is not always easy these days, but we believe that there is no better time to be the church than right now.
And so . . . we get together on a weekly basis to remember the promises that are ours in Christ Jesus. From that weekly gathering, we are sent out to serve the world and all those in need. We spend time together in Christian Education to learn more about our faith. We pray for a better world and that we might be an agent of positive change. And we give – of ourselves, our time, and our possessions to something that is larger than ourselves.
Prince of Peace is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), a denomination of over 4 million baptized members. In partnership with the ELCA and other Lutheran Churches throughout the world, we bear witness to the saving love of Jesus Christ.
We became an official congregation in 1985 with 156 members. We built our first building in 1986, followed by a new sanctuary and education wing in 1998, and a new fellowship hall and more classrooms and offices in 2005. We dedicated a Schlicker pipe organ in 2015. Today, Prince of Peace has almost 1900 members and serves the community and world with many local ministries, a global ministry program, a Preschool/Learning Center, a Music Concert Series, an active music ministry, a Christian education program including Confirmation, a seminary internship program, and many opportunities for worship each week.
You will find lots of information about our congregation on this website. To really get to know us, we encourage you to visit our church. Please join us for worship services on Saturday evenings or Sunday mornings.