Families, volunteers and staff partner together to help raise faith‐filled children by bringing Bible stories to life through music, hands on activities, and time in small groups.
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Bottom Line: Use Your Money Wisely
One of the best ways we can use our money wisely is to give some away and allow God to do something amazing with it. This week we’ll help families figure out ways they can give, save and spend their money wisely.
Things to Know This Week:
We’re off this week, 10/22 for MEA. See you next week!
Looking forward to continuing our series on stewardship this week! We’ll see you at Choir, WOW, Small Group and Parenting Tools!
Announcing Club 4|5: Fall Bash!
Friday, November 10
Fourth and Fifth Graders: mark your calendars for some amazing fun! Nerf Capture the Flag! Snacks! Music! The World’s Most Amazing Game Show! Don’t miss it!
Learn more and register TODAY!
Text Giving Is Here!
You can now make a contribution to Prince of Peace with a quick text message!
Text giving is a quick and easy way to give an offering for those of us who don’t carry cash or checkbooks – and you can include the kiddos, too! It’s also a great way for students to begin practicing personal stewardship.
You can find more information including step-by-step directions here.
If you have questions about registration or your small group details, check with Dawn Ridgway at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prince of Peace has dedicated one day each year in the life of your child to celebrate baptism. Keeping the Promise [KTP] family experiences are designed to equip families to live out the important promises made during baptism.
Fourth Grade | First Communion KTP
Saturday, November 18 | 3:30-5:30 pm
Registration is now open for the fall First Communion KTP. Come as a family to learn about the history and significance of communion, experience how communion works at Prince of Peace, and decorate a stole for your child to wear when they take their first communion during our 5:30 pm Saturday, November 18 or 11:00 am Sunday, November 19 worship service. Note that this KTP is also offered on Saturday, April 14. Both are open to anyone fourth grade or higher who has not yet received their first communion. Register today.
Looking for some fun for your kiddo while you enjoy some adult time? Need a couple hours to run some errands? In need of a kid-free date night? Parent’s Morning Out and Parent’s Night Out offer opportunities for parents to connect with each other, hang out with friends, or relax on their own! Parent’s Morning Out is offered the first Wednesday of the month from 9:00 a.m. – noon. Parent’s Night Out is offered on the second Saturday of the month from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Cost is $15 per child or $25 family cap. RSVP to Jeanne Kalsow at 952-898-9378 or email@example.com. See below for fun theme mornings and nights for your kiddo!
November 1 | 9:00 am – Noon
Theme: Music and Movement
November 11 | 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Theme: Free play!
Children (age 2 to grade 5) gather in age appropriate groups to learn about God through music, stories, and fun activities. We meet in the Christian Life Center Family Room for Large Group Worship and then children move to small group spaces.
Families begin in the Christian Life Center Family Room for WOW Worship at 6:00 pm. From 6:45-7:15 pm, children (preschool to grade 5) gather in age-appropriate small groups to learn about God through stories, and fun activities while parents remain in the Family Room for Parenting Tools.
Discover, develop and nurture the artistic gifts of God’s children through singing and participating in worship. POP Joy Choir meets on Sundays in the Christian Life Center Chapel and Mondays and Tuesdays in the Worship Center Community Room. POP Praise choirs meet in the Christian Life Center Chapel.
Children’s Worship Arts
Parents are invited to gather for Parenting Tools (September – April) to hear two of the best phrases parents can hear: “me too” and “how to.” Connect with other parents and grow as the primary source of your child’s faith development while we address common parenting challenges and learn from one another.
Downloads: Family Connect handout & Faith Five Family Tools handout
POP Podcast: Subscribe to listen to the Sermon, Engage Bible Study, and Paul Gauche’s podcast.
Pastor of Life Transitions
Do you want to be part of the Student Leadership team? To help kids use their gifts and grow in ownership of the ministry, the Children’s Ministry Leadership Team offers the opportunity for kids in grade 4-5 to lead worship by using their gifts in technology, drama, music and hospitality. Training is provided and all are welcome!
Our experienced child care staff is here to support parents during worship services and many Prince of Peace events. All staff are certified in CPR/First Aid. Child care staff and volunteers undergo a background check. There is no fee. Drop ins are always welcome.
All Children’s Ministry on Wednesday nights will all take place in the Christian Life Center, including child care, located in the Mission Outpost intake area on the first level of the Christian Life Center. All other child care hours are located in the Worship Center.
Weekend Worship Child Care Hours:
Sunday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
Saturday 5:15 – 6:45 pm
Other Child Care Hours (September-May):
Monday 9:00 – 11:30 am & 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm & 4:30 – 8:30 pm
1st & 3rd Thursday 9:00 – 11:30 am & 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Parent’s Morning/Night Out (September-May):
Parent’s Morning Out: 1st Wednesday 9:00 am – noon, $10 per child, $20 family cap (Contact Jeanne to RSVP)
Parent’s Night Out: 2nd Saturday 5:00 – 8:00 pm, $10 per child, $20 family cap (Contact Jeanne to RSVP)
Child care is also open for special events like Marriage Course, Family Ministry KTP’s, Baptism Class, CDLC parent teacher conferences, and Mega Sale donation time.
Child Care Director
In Baptism God grabs hold of us and promises to never let go. Baptism is also a time for friends, family and the Prince of Peace community to promise to help those who are getting baptized to grow in their love for God, each other and the world.
Prince of Peace has dedicated one day each year in the life of your child to celebrate baptism. Keeping the Promise Family Experiences (KTP) are designed to remind us of the important promises you made during your child’s baptism.
Family Ministry Project Manager
The Child Development and Learning Center (CDLC) offers a safe, loving Christian environment with respect and support for all children and families. We provide opportunities for each child to define self, understand who they are and discover their role within the community.
CDLC of Prince of Peace, founded in 1971, is a Christian preschool for children ages 3 to 5. It began with 30 students and currently serves over 150 children each week. We welcome children of any cultural background or religious affiliation.
At CDLC we strive to provide and develop strong self-esteem in our children allowing them to grow spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and cognitively. The curriculum is carefully designed to provide hands-on activities for children in the areas of large motor, cooking, music, creative arts, science, story and Spanish.
Visit the CDLC website
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) invites moms to come just as they are to build friendships, be encouraged by one another, and gain practical parenting strategies. You can expect food, inspiring speakers, crafts, service projects, and social outings. MOPS is about meeting the needs of every mom.
Moms Next helps encourage, equip and develop moms with school-aged children in this next phase of mothering. Moms Next is part of our Thursday evening group.
Three groups meet September – May:
2nd & 4th Wednesday AM, 9:30 – 11:30 am
1st & 3rd Thursday AM, 9:30 – 11:30 am
1st & 3rd Thursday PM, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
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REGISTER FOR MOPS/MOMS NEXT
Moms@Peace is a service-oriented small group for women with children of all ages who want to enrich the lives of others while enjoying fellowship, relationships, and a support group of women who share common beliefs and values. Moms@Peace volunteers at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and beyond. In addition to serving the community, we enjoy fellowship with each other through social events.
We meet twice monthly, typically on Wednesday mornings. There are no fees to join and you can attend as your schedule allows. For more information and our schedule please visit https://momspeace.shutterfly.com or contact Ann Zenner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children’s Ministry Director
Saturday Worship: 5:30 pm
Sunday Worship: 8:30, 9:45, 11:00 am
Wednesday Family Worship: 6:00 pm
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