Welcome to Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

Please join us for worship in our barrier free space at 9:30 AM every Sunday.

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Pastor Jim is currently in the planning process for a gathering of those considering their own baptism or the baptism of a family member or friend.  If you are interested in learning more about this sacrament of forgiveness, reconciliation and new life, phone or email Pastor Jim at 616-566-6341 or pastorjimfoster@gmail.com, to enable Pastor to schedule a time that fits into your own schedule.

 

 

A new adult Sunday School led by Pastor Tom Pedersen will begin in March during the Education Hour at 9:15 a.a.  The class "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness" is a study that will use direction from the world's great teachers helping us to use our Christian faith in a confusing world.  The study will begin on March 13 and continue March 20, April 3, 10, 17 and 24.  We hope you will join us!

 

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church offers a Community Festival of the Arts.

April 10, 4 pm Brothers Johan and Obe VanderTol present an interactive art and piano recital. 

April 17, 4 pm Folk singer, Joel Mabus, joins students from the WMU History Department in a presentation of early Michigan folk music and readings from early Michigan diaries. 

April 24, 4 pm Hammer dulcimer virtuoso and composer, Malcolm Dalglish joins Dr. Kim Adams, guest conductor, Carolyn Koebel, percussion, and the parish choirs of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and Chapel Hill United Methodist Church in a performance of Dalglish’s song cycle, Hymnody of Earth.

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