Help us support the Dublin Food Pantry by providing these items:Supplies for the Dublin Food Pantry
rice, oatmeal, boxed potato dishes, pancake mix, pancake syrup, gallon and quart size freezer bags.
Please  place your donations in the white pantry located in the Fellowship Hall.



Help us promote ways to care for God’s creation and to live a more green lifestyle.
Watch this space for our next meeting.


We provide dinner once every eight weeks to the homeless and hungry at our partner church in downtown Columbus.
We welcome your help with food donations and service on site at First English.



Help Your Neighbor was created to come to the aid of Columbus residents who have recently been hospitalized at the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Mount Carmel West. These individuals receive 3 hours per day of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy in order accomplish activities of daily living that we all take for granted: walking, eating, bathing, dressing and talking. Many of these patients have debilitating functional deficits as a result of a stroke, brain or spinal cord injury, amputation, or fracture. When it is time for discharge from the hospital, many of these patients do not have adequate housing, food, clothing, or money to pay for utilities.
Help Your Neighbor gives temporary assistance to those patients in need by providing items such as rent money, air conditioning, food, clothing, or even a wheelchair or ramp.



The Ohio Benefit Bank is a program sponsored by the Ohio Association of Foodbanks, Ohio’s largest charitable response to hunger. The Ohio Benefit Bank (OBB) offers a free, efficient, cost-effective way to provide meaningful help to Ohio families in need of assistance. Using an Internet-based service, OBB staff and volunteers assist low and moderate-income Ohioans to apply for food assistance, Medicaid, utility assistance, federal tax credits, student financial aid, work support and other federal and state programs. The Ohio Benefit Bank has assisted over 245,000 Ohioans to access life-changing programs and resources. There are approximately 1,100 community OBB locations staffed by 3800 volunteers.
Prince of Peace serves as one of the community OBB locations. We have two members who are trained volunteers. They schedule appointments with clients who have called the church office and then meet with these clients in our conference room. Anyone interested in volunteer opportunities may call OBB at 1-800-648-1176 to get started. Training programs are offered on-line.



This ministry provides fundamental supplies to Central and Southern Ohio families with newborn babies.
Our group also offers prayers of encouragement for parents.

You can help by purchasing some of the supplies:
disposable diapers, baby shampoo, baby lotion, baby wash, swaddle blankets, onesies, booties,
hats, toys, and knitted/crocheted afghans.

For specific details, please call the church office at (614) 766-6377.



Help us send packages filled with goodies and needed items to military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. Please stop by the display in the Fellowship Hall to see photos of our soldiers and the details for how you can help! We would appreciate your donations of disinfecting wipes, baby wipes, lotion, hand sanitizer, foot powder, deodorant, first aid creme, travel tissues, snacks and money for postage. Thank you!

and ALSO…

Prince of Peace supports many other central Ohio ministries including Habitat for Humanity, Lutheran Social Services, the American Red Cross Blood Drives, and Jacob’s Porch on the Ohio State campus.


This ministry group focuses awareness on world needs and relief efforts.
We support projects in Kenya, Uganda, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Haiti.
You can find many items from our Global Missions partners in the church bookstore. Come and shop!
The Global Missions Group meets on the first Saturday of every month at 9:00 am.
Read more about our Global Missions Ministry HERE