The Women’s Spring Brunch will be held in the Welcome Center on May 12 at 9:30 am. After brunch, Marva Sheriff will speak about “Planting the Seeds of Hope”. Marva is a local artist and business woman who has a loving and giving heart. She will inspire you. Tickets will be on sale for $10 between services in the Welcome Center, 4/29 and 5/6 Get yours ASAP! Stop by if you have any questions.Read More →

Musicals are a big part of the history of Prince of Peace, and we hope you are able to join us as our Kids Choir works to bring them back.  Feel free to come early for dinner (served at 5 pm) and stay for the show! DATE: April 21st, 2012 TIME: Dinner at 5 PM – Show at 6 PM COST: A free will donation will be collected to help cover the cost of food. Click HERE for more info. Check out the Facebook Event, too! There may be still time to get involved!Read More →

WHY AFRICA? 2012 Vision Trip To Tanzania June 20 – July 5, 2012  38Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him.” John 7:38  You may have heard that Prince of Peace is beginning to expand our global outreach by developing ministry partnerships with Lutheran Christians in Tanzania.  I am excited that Jack and Elaine Zimmer have signed on to be the first participants from Prince of Peace (along with our family) in the Vision Trip to Tanzania that I will be leading this June 20-July 5.  Ten travelers will head out on a life changingRead More →

Help our military neighbors with everything and anything! Transportation, home maintenance, child care, errands…What a wonderful way to serve others who may live right next door! Contact the Brooklyn Park Beyond the Yellow Ribbon network (yellowribbon@palmerlakevfw.com) or visit the website. You can also find them on Facebook.Read More →

WHY AFRICA? 2012 Vision Trip To Tanzania June 20 – July 5, 2012 Read their Blog! 38Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him.” John 7:38  You may have heard that Prince of Peace is beginning to expand our global outreach by developing ministry partnerships with Lutheran Christians in Tanzania.  I am excited that Jack and Elaine Zimmer have signed on to be the first participants from Prince of Peace (along with our family) in the Vision Trip to Tanzania that I will be leading this June 20-July 5.  Ten travelers will head out onRead More →

Join us at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, August 23rd as we form the assembly lines to make 1000 sandwiches for the hungry in Minneapolis. As you may remember, we provide these sandwiches to 363 Days and they are delivered to the homeless on the streets of Minneapolis each evening. Let’s REACH OUT and have fun together! The entire family can get involved in this local outreach opportunity. Then, once the sandwiches are made, we’ll have a picnic right hereand move into Faith and Family Night. RSVP to Katie Rykal. It’s going to be a BLAST!Read More →

The back-to-school sales have begun, and our friends at CEAP are collecting supplies for families. Here’s a list of items needed. Please bring what you can and put it in the CEAP Bin by Monday, August 15th. Let’s help get these children off to a good start! Backpacks Pencil sharpeners #2 pencils Red pencils Erasers Ink pens – red, blue, black Crayons – box of 16 or 24 Colored pencils Highlighters Watercolor paints by Crayola Washable Markers Fine Tipped Markers Dry Erase Markers Safety Scissors White Glue Glue Sticks Loose leaf wide-ruled paper Wide-Ruled Notebooks Pocket Folders Compasses 3-Ring Binders Index Cards School Boxes PencilRead More →

The game is set for Saturday, July 30, 2011, at Maple Grove Junior High, 7000 Hemlock Lane, Maple Grove. Our Men’s Activity Group is putting together a team of volunteers from Prince of Peace to support the athletes! Men and women 15 years and up are invited to volunteer. There are various roles and shifts for Field Maintenance, Umpire, Scorer/Field Announcer, Medic, Awards, Concessions, Lunch Servers, Registration and Setup. Let’s support Special Olympics in Minnesota! Let Dave Herzuck know if you plan to volunteer. Registration Deadline is July 15 and all volunteers are registered on a first come, first served basis. Click this link forRead More →

We have the routes covered for summer and are beginning to work toward our fall plan to make sure our neighbors and friends receive Meals on Wheels! Two drivers are needed for a monthly route on either a Thursday or a Friday. Each route is under one hour. The prepared meals and labeled and ready to go! A personal tour of the route is provided in advance. Please contact Ken Lundgren or the church office for more information. Many thanks to the dedicated volunteers who help with these routes!Read More →

We heard firsthand a few Sundays ago about the benefits of the Tree House Youth program in Brooklyn Park. Youth in our community wrestle with a host of situations and Tree House provides a safe and supportive Christian environment for teens who are hurting. Let’s help support this effort by providing needed supplies on a periodic basis. During the months of June and July, please bring any of the following items and place them in the tree house, just outside the church kitchen. (Special thanks to Terry Hartman for crafting this very special tree house!) Facial tissue Copy Paper Digital Camera Avery Mailing Labels TrashRead More →