If you’ve ever asked that question, this is a study for you. For four weeks beginning May 1 adults can explore this topic through a study by David Nasser, completed in a “man on the street” interview format. David Nasser will also share his personal journey of growing up in Iran and watching “religion” destroy his country. You’ll hear about his move to America, forsaking Islam and finding God’s love, grace and forgiveness for the first time in his life. This study will answer some of the tough questions we have about our Lord and Savior. Join either the 9:00 am session or the 10:30Read More →

“Are We There Yet?” will be presented by the POP Children’s Choir on Saturday, April 16 at 6:30 pm. The children will sing and perform under the direction of Katie Hines. This production was written by Cathy Skogen-Soldner and carries a message and promise of hope and faith. It’s fun for the entire family! There is a spaghetti dinner and free will offering beginning at 5:30 pm. Come on out and join us!Read More →

An assortment of spring plants will adorn the Worship Center for Easter morning on April 24th. To order a plant, return an order form from the Sunday bulletin to the church by Wednesday, April 13. Include your payment of $9.00 per plant. Checks can be made to Prince of Peace and put “Easter plant” in the memo line. Let’s enjoy all of God’s creation as we worship the risen Lord and Savior!Read More →

Prince of Peace is one of many stops on the schedule for the Oak Grove Concert Choir from Fargo, North Dakota. The Oak Grove Concert Choir is well known for their ability to deliver inspiring music to the glory of God! This group of 10th-12th grade students audition to be part of the choir and one of their annual events is the spring tour. The theme of this year’s tour is “Praise the Lord” and is directed by Aaron Zintner. Let’s give them a warm welcome and enjoy the gift of music together!Read More →

This Sunday, March 27, is packed full of ways to reach out to others and to grow deep in our Christian faith. Our gospel text comes from John 4:5-42 – the story of Jesus offering living water to the woman at the well. There are tons of ministry opportunities, too.  The POP Kids’ Choir sings at both services. You can order your flowers, vegetables and herbs for your garden, and you can make an appointment to donate blood. Introduce yourself to Interim Pastor Mark Bents. Connect with friends! We’ll see you Sunday!Read More →

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 →