Prince of Peace has one “blended” worship service on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
We include both traditional music and liturgy, along with video and more modern additions. Formal and informal attire is acceptable—whatever makes you feel comfortable. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper monthly—usually on the first Sunday of the month. Childcare for little ones age four and under is available in our nursery playroom during worship.
Our older children join us for the first part of worship through a children’s message, and then go to Sunday school. They are welcome to remain for the rest of the worship service as well. All our childcare providers have had background checks. We also observe a “two-adult” rule as a part of our child protection policy.
We love music of all kinds at Prince of Peace. Contact Music director Suzann Barthold if you would like more information about our music program, or if you would like to join one of the music ministries. You don’t have to be an expert, read music, or be a member in order to join us. Among the groups you can participate in are:
- Our Sanctuary Choir rehearses on Thursday 7:30-9:00 PM.
- Our Bell choir, known as the “Boyles Memorial Ringers,” rehearses on Wednesday 7:30-9:00 PM.
Children and Youth:
- The “Nova Ringers” our Bell Choir for youth (grade 4 and above) rehearses on Sunday at 11:30 AM.
- We have a Baroque Ensemble which performs occasionally in worship as well as lots of opportunities for individual instrumentalists to enhance our Sunday Morning worship. Our youth are encouraged to participate as soloists and in ensembles.
- In addition to our Sunday morning worship services, we offer special services during the holy seasons, Wholeness services quarterly, weddings (straight and same-sex), and funerals. For more information on these special services, contact the Pastor.
Listen to music performed during Prince of Peace’s worship services.
May 21, 2017 – The Still Small Voice by Merrill Bradshaw (arr. R. Bogardus) – Flute: Susan Carmichael – Piano: Suzann Barthold
(Music begins in the middle.)