In worship, we deeply engage God in conversation. As God’s spirit speaks and moves, we respond with praise, thanksgiving, confession, prayer, silence – our whole selves.

Worship is active. It isn’t something that happens to us. It isn’t something that we sit and watch.
Worship is alive. It is alive with God’s continual movement and our involvement and response

In worship we value:

  • God’s Word
  • Prayer
  • Communion
  • Preaching
  • Music
  • Dramatic and visual arts
  • Community
  • And an encounter that moves us as we journey with Christ

At Prince of Peace all are welcome. Regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, come just as you are and join us in worship.

Worship Downloads | Weekly Worship | Senior Worship

Worship Downloads

Listen to an audio recording of a sermon or read a transcript, or download a copy of this week’s Weekly Connect or the Monthly Direction, visit our downloads page.

Subscribe to our POP Podcast to access the sermon audio and Engage Bible Study on your computer or mobile device while you’re on the go!

Listen to the weekend worship music all week long. Follow POPburnsville on Spotify for each weekend’s playlist.

Weekly Worship

Saturday 5:30 pm
Centered in God’s word and the sacrament of Holy Communion, worship is led by a band of vocalists and instrumentalists, combining relevant and thoughtful preaching with uplifting music of the past and present. Child care available. Held outdoors Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend, weather permitting.

Sunday 8:30 am
The sounds of organ, choirs, ensembles and soloists are incorporated to create an experience filled with classic hymns and music together with thoughtful and relevant preaching from God’s word. The sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. Child care available.

Sunday 9:45 am
This worship experience is led by a band of vocalists and instrumentalists, celebration choir, and other special instrumental ensembles, combining relevant and thoughtful preaching with uplifting music of the past and present. The sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. Child care available. (ASL, American Sign Language, interpreter provided upon request.) Held outdoors Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend, weather permitting.

Sunday 11:00 am
Centered in God’s word and the sacrament of Holy Communion, worship is led by a band of vocalists and instrumentalists, combining relevant and thoughtful preaching with uplifting music of the past and present. Child care available.

Wednesday 5:00 & 6:00 pm (September – April)
WOW (Worship On Wednesdays) is a family friendly 20‐minute large group worship experience offered for any family with young children. This high energy experience includes worship songs and teaches a weekly Bible story that leads into small group conversation. Child care available. Held in the Christian Life Center Family Room.

Holy Communion
Generally, offered weekly at the Saturday evening and Sunday 11:00 am worship services, and the first Sunday of the month at all services. Everyone is welcome to partake of Holy Communion.

Senior Worship

Transportation to Worship at Prince of Peace
At Prince of Peace, worship is a time to encounter grace, grow spiritually and celebrate community through music, scripture and teaching. Seniors who have mobility challenges and may be in need of a ride to worship are invited to contact Kari Snyder at ksnyder@popmn.org or 952‐898‐9357 to inquire about being paired with a Love Your Neighbor volunteer for transportation assistance.

Worship in Senior Housing
All seniors are invited to join us in these community worship services filled with familiar hymns, liturgy, sermon, Holy Communion and prayers. These services are also appropriate for people living with memory loss and their caregivers.

  • Carefree Living: 3:00 pm, 3rd Wednesday of the month (600 E. Nicollet Blvd.)
  • Augustana Regent: 10:15 am, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Wednesdays of the month (14500 Regent Ln.)


1:1 Communion for the Homebound and Persons with Memory Loss

If you would like someone to come to your home or other place of residence to serve you Holy Communion on a monthly basis, please contact Kari Snyder at ksnyder@popmn.org or 952‐898‐9357.

CONTACT
Dr. Mark Slaughter
Minister of Worship Arts
mslaughter@popmn.org
952‐898‐9306