Pastor Peter: Days filled with Grace

Pastor Peter: Days filled with Grace

As we enter into the busy holiday season, what a joy it is to have this expanded team to collaborate with on so many aspects of our shared ministry. I’m especially pleased with the work we’re doing with children, youth and families, including the re-design of our confirmation program as well as the ways we’re caring for each other. Here are a few notes on what we’ve been up to this past month…

Pastor Peter: A Shifting Landscape

Pastor Peter: A Shifting Landscape

I’ve mentioned in a few places that the nature of my role here at PoP is shifting rapidly and more in line each day with the call you extended to me at the start of 2017. It’s an exciting time to be here and working with this newly expanded leadership team is proving to be a real joy. Up until now, much of my energy has had to be dedicated to “day-to-day” ministry and programming and it’s great to be sharing that load now with such a great collection of colleagues. Here are a few highlights from the ministries I’ve been tending to recently…

Pastor Peter: The Story Begins

Pastor Peter: The Story Begins

The quieter summer days have quickly given way to a more frenzied pace from day to day, making me every more grateful for the additions to our ministry team and the volunteers that are back in action alongside us.  This is an interesting time of ministry transition as we are bringing new staff on board and at the same time rolling out our fall programming. While I am still involved deeply with worship and our various programs from week to week, I’m also recognizing a shift to more strategic support of our growing team. 

Pastor Peter: Can you feel the rumble?

Pastor Peter: Can you feel the rumble?

Much of our efforts at Prince of Peace over the last six months have involved moving our staffing configuration from concept to reality.  The daily work of ministry will soon be shared with a number of others, freeing me to live more fully into the call that I was given here to Prince of Peace. I’m excited for these changes to finally take shape and anticipate a busy fall for all of our shared ministries. 

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