Visit our Facebook page to see love in action. We made 1000 sandwiches for 363 Days, a grass roots ministry that feeds the hungry in Minneapolis every night of the year. For some, it is the only food they receive on any given day. It’s not the first time we have come together to make sandwiches for 363 Days, and it won’t be the last! We are humbled and thankful we can share what we have with others. “Lord, continue to use us as we grow deep in our faith in You and reach out in love to others. Amen.”Read More →

Let’s help fill the pantry shelves at CEAP during March! Bring non-perishable food items and help fill the barrels and feed folks right in our area! There is some friendly competition between Sunday School classes and the congregation. Do you know who’ll come out the winner? The CEAP Food Pantry for certain! You can bring food when you come for the Lenten services or on Sundays!Read More →

During our process of selecting a Senior Pastor, we need to continue our strong ministry programs.  We must ensure that the members are receiving the spiritual guidance and blessing of a stable church and a strong mission program.  To that end, we are pleased to announce the congregational council has selected an interim pastor who will begin March 22, 2011.  Below is a short informational piece on our interim pastor Rev. Dr. Mark Bents. Rev. Dr. Mark F. Bents is a pastor of the ELCA. Ordained in 1976, he has served congregations in Minnesota, Iowa, California and Pennsylvania. For the past 19 years he has served as anRead More →

Summer Camp forms are due on Sunday, March 6th. Veggie Camp theme is “We Are God’s Superstars!”  This camp is at Prince of Peace and will offer extended care options. There are two camp options: June 13-17 and July 11-15, 2011. Get registration forms to Katie. Camp Wapo forms are also due. Youth can turn forms in to Natalia and make checks payable to Camp Wapo. Children in grades 2-6 can turn in forms to Katie and make checks payable to Camp Wapo. Dates to remember: June 13-17 and July 11-15 – Veggie Camp at Prince of Peace July 29-August 5 – TIM Team at CampRead More →

Who knew? An appeal for $7000 turned into $18,494 and helped us reach the $75,000 matching fund level from the Otto Bremer Foundation! Thank you, Prince of Peace members, for your generous response to this amazing outreach opportunity. Loaves & Fishes has prepared and served meals to those in North Minneapolis for 27 years, and Prince of Peace members have been part of the action for the past 18 years. The kitchen remodel project at River of Life Lutheran Church is essential for this ministry to continue. You have helped make it possible.  1 Praise the LORD.    Give thanks to the LORD, for he isRead More →

These three things have a lot in common. Loaves and Fishes prepares and serves evening meals to the hungry five nights a week. River of Life Lutheran Church provides the kitchen and dining area for this ministry. Health Inspectors say the kitchen needs updating. Contractors say it will cost $185,000-225,000 to complete the updates. We say Prince of Peace has actively supported this ministry for 18 years, and we’d like to keep going! During the remaining Sundays in February, we will highlight this ministry in our “Reach Out” series. “Grow Deep and Reach Out” are the components of our ministry model that serves as aRead More →

No, it’s not a new Dr. Seuss book, but we are looking for soprano, alto, tenor and bass voices to be part of our Senior Choir. We sing Sundays during the 9 am service and we rehearse Wednesdays at 7 pm. And – we have openings for four people in our Bell Choir. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings at 6 pm and we ring during the 9 am service on designated Sundays. Please contact John Myszkowski in the church office or simply join us for a Wednesday rehearsal!Read More →

Psalm 27:1—”The Lord is my light and my salvation.” It’s a  powerful and truthful statement that is personal to each of us. “MY” light and “MY” salvation. No one knows that better than Jesus himself, as He began his public ministry calling men to leave their nets and follow him. He knew that God’s kingdom was near. Through Jesus, God draws all of us out of the     darkness and into the light, just like He did with those first    disciples. God is with us as we struggle with daily challenges, decisions large and small, opportunities captured and missed. He suffers with us, laughs with us,Read More →