Prince of Peace Council
Elected January 2018 to her third consecutive term as Congregation Council President, Deb has served in this capacity before. Council President’s serve one-year terms and are limited to three. Deb play with the Bells of Peace and sings in our Chancel Choir. She also volunteers with our Sheridan Story weekend food program at Central Park Elementary and Roseville Area Middle School.
Elected to his second term as Congregation Council Vice-President in January, 2018. Ryan previously served as Council Member for Property. Ryan’s wife Melissa directs one of our children’s choirs and they have two children active in Sunday School.
Re-elected to this position in January, 2018 for her second term, Judy was most previously the Co-Chairperson of the Social Concerns Committee. A retired teacher, Judy volunteers regularly in our office and is active in the Coordinating Committee of the Angel Fund, Prince of Peace’s partnership with area churches to support gap funding for clients and families served by Keystone Community Services.
Chris has been a life-long member of Prince of Peace. He and his wife Lea participate regularly on Sunday mornings with their two children, Ellie and Henry, and their grandma Serene (the three of which generally cause a disturbance in the back pew). Chris’ favorite Prince of Peace activity is the annual Holy Hammers Habitat build which he never misses.
This could be you!
If you are interested in serving as a Community Life Representative to the Council for Education (in support of our Children & Family Ministry, Youth Ministry and Adult Education Committees) please contact Council President Deb Cordes.
Service & Advocacy
As Councilperson for Service & Advocacy, Jim stays connected with two key ministry areas: Our Social Concerns Committee and our efforts in support of Global Missions. Jim and his wife Caryn are co-leading the latest visit to our ministry partners in Bomalang’ombe, Tanzania in the fall of 2017. Jim was re-elected to a 2-year council term in January, 2018.
Matt was elected to the Congregation Council in January, 2017. As Councilperson for Property, Matt coordinates activities between a variety of ministry groups that care for our campus: The Property Committee, The Monday Morning Crew, the Lawn Dawgs and the Capital Improvement & Implementation Committee (CIIC).
Lauren was nominated by her peers and elected to the Congregation Council in January, 2017. She represents the Youth and Young Adults of the congregation and also serves on the Youth Ministry Committee. She has been an active participant in the full spectrum of youth activities and is excited to be traveling with our group to the 2018 National Youth Gathering in Houston, Texas.
Anna was re-elected as the Councilperson for Worship in January, 2018. She also currently serves as the Worship Committee Chairperson and likes to show up for Theology on Tap (1st Thursday of every month). Contact Anna if you’re interested in helping with communion preparation, sanctuary design and decoration. Anna and her husband Ryan have two boys, Ben and Elliot, both of whom offer the best children’s sermon critiques.
This could be you!
The council person for stewardship works with our Annual Giving Task Force in the implementation of our Fall Giving Campaign and congregational support throughout the year. This position is currently vacant. Contact Council President Deb Cordes if you have an interest in serving the community by taking on this role.
Elected to the Congregation Council in January, 2017, as Councilperson for Community Life Esther stays connected with several key ministries within the community: Fellowship, Cookie Ministry, Senior Ministry, OKs, and the Health & Wellness Task Force.
Pastor Peter sits on the Congregation Council and is an ad-hoc member of all the official committees.