Graduation Recognition

Graduation time is always a bit hard for me as I know that many of the youth I’ve had the chance to get to know over the years I won’t see much of, or possibly never again, as they begin a new chapter of their life.

Who’s Ready for a Parade?

Who’s Ready for a Parade?

Prince of Peace will be featured in the 2024 Rosefest Parade. Pastor Peter’s vintage pickup is in the shop so we need a new float idea. And we’re looking for a handful of folks to walk or ride along, handy out candy and other treats to the crowds along the curb as we go.

Elevate the Ordinary

When I was in college I took an art history class called “women in the arts”. While we certainly discussed the few women who succeeded in the wealthy male-dominated fine arts scene of Europe’s Renaissance and beyond, what I found most fascinating was how much of the women’s contributions to the arts were simply part of the everyday experiences of life, necessary for survival (spinning, knitting, weaving, and mending clothing and blankets) or sometimes adornments for celebrations (lace, embroidery), and often in the fiber arts.