During this season Milt thinks about how Christ is everywhere through the Holy Spirit. How do we see Christ in nature, each other, our political views, everything? How we each respond to Christ is what makes us who we are, not just as Christians, but as who we are, CHRISTIANS!
The task of calling a pastor or deacon belongs to our congregation. As members of the call committee, we want to invite all members to participate to some degree in the process of calling our next pastor. Included here is a form for you to submit your nominations directly to the committee.
“Millions of Trees” is a project of Bega Kwa Bega, the partnership between churches in Iringa, Tanzania and St. Paul, to reforest the Iringa area. BKB planted its millionth seedling in January 2016 with a survival rate at over 95%. Harvesting trees begins soon and they need to increase the number of new seedlings.
During Lent, Prince of Peace was challenged with a matching grant by one of our members to raise at least $2000 to help support our newest ministry partner in Tanzania. Through Sunday, April 22, we have received gifts totaling $3,476. Including additional matches, this means the orphanage will soon receive funding totaling $10,952!
Our four Women’s Circles invite all women to attend the May Bible Studies. May’s lesson is an intergenerational topic with the theme “All Are Welcome” from Hebrews 13:1 – 2. Showing hospitality and compassion are gifts learned from Jesus. How do we build family ties? Do you show hospitality to strangers who are poor, lonely and struggling? What challenges does Prince of Peace have to become more welcoming?