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Outreach that impacts our community and our world
Whether around the block or around the world, Prince of Peace is there spreading the message of the love of Christ. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with our outreach efforts and where you would like to jump in and serve.
Core Missional Teams
Could God be calling you to bring the HOPE of JESUS CHRIST into the life of another? Join one of our Core Missional Teams and partner with front line missionaries at local apartment complexes!
Have questions? Need more information? Contact Sandi Grupe.
A Transformative Carrollton Church
We believe that God has called Prince of Peace to join Him in His Mission by actively engaging our community through the building of relationships with families in local apartments, schools and parks and rec departments.
Join us as we partner with residential missionaries in local apartment complexes! This vibrant ministry meets people where they are in their journey and disciples them through Bible Study, prayer, and special events. We’d love for you to join us in this vital outreach effort.
We partner with local schools to support families through parenting classes, annual events and assisting families in need with meals and school supplies. We encourage and support parents, staff and administrators as they desire to build a strong, healthy community.
PARKS AND REC
We partner with local Parks and Rec departments in an effort to serve families and staff through classes, spiritual encouragement and more.
We invite and encourage you and your family to engage and serve in the lives of others. Check out the opportunities to serve below. Get involved today! Contact Sandi Grupe.
JOURNEY TO THE CROSS – ON THE ROAD
POP is on a mission to share the Good News of Easter with our local community! We are taking the message of Jesus’ Journey to the Cross to local apartment communities. Join the team! Contact Sandi Grupe.
Experience the joy of serving as we welcome 2,500+ people to our campus for our annual Easter Festival (formerly known as Egg Hunt) the Saturday before Easter. Provide dessert, volunteer the day of or make a monetary donation. Serve together as a family. Want to help? Contact Barb vonBehren.
VBS ON THE ROAD
After our annual Vacation Bible School in June at Prince of Peace, we take the fun, games, crafts, snacks, and Bible stories of VBS to families at a local apartment community! This is just one way we reach out to bring hope and the love of Jesus Christ to others. Have questions or want to serve on the VBS On the Road team? Contact Sandi Grupe.
BACKPACKS FOR KIDS
Every summer, Prince of Peace and local businesses join together in this expression of Christ-like compassion for the families of local public schools, apartments and our international mission efforts. We provide backpacks filled with school supplies for low income families. Want to help? Contact Sandi Grupe.
street party outreach
Live music and life-giving love! Join us in this annual October outreach to our community! Bring the whole family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers to show our love for the Carrollton community in a BIG WAY! It’s a FREE PARTY on the streets of Prince of Peace. We’ll be firing up the grills and serving hamburgers, chicken tacos, hot dogs and more! Yummy sweet treats will be available including funnel cakes and cotton candy! Volunteer today! Contact Sandi Grupe.
tree of hope
Give a needy family the gift of hope for Christmas! Beginning the first Sunday in Advent, the Tree of Hope is loaded with lots of “angels” who are hoping for a Christmas surprise! These angels are families in need from our apartment communities and local public schools. Questions? Want to help? Contact Carol Slawson.
Prince of Peace Christian School
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church partners with the staff and families of Prince of Peace Christian School to love God, nuture students and their families, and help shape the future. Because we are next-door neighbors with a long history of shared ministry, Prince of Peace Church desires to be a faithful resource to the staff and families of this second-to-none school in any way we can!
Prince of Peace Christian School and Early Learning Center provides a Christ-centered exemplary education, equipping students as disciples and leaders for service and success. Prince of Peace students are given the opportunity and encouragement to explore and develop the gifts and talents they have received from God.
Your next trip to the grocery store could be a ministry opportunity! In addition to picking up what you need for your family, purchase food for families in need in our Carrollton community.
WISH LIST: helper meals, microwave meals, Velveeta, cookies and Ritz crackers.
Unopened items only. Please make sure the items haven’t passed the expiration date. Drop off items in the designated container in the Fellowship Center. We appreciate donations of bags with handles and coupons!
During the seasons of Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas, we collect donations for special meals for families in need. By making a donation of $45 you can feed a hungry family. It doesn’t matter the amount you donate, every bit helps! Donate HERE!
Questions? Want to help? Contact Carol Slawson.
Do you have a desire to serve and invest in the lives of others? Become an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher! Classes meet Thursday evenings 7:00-8:30pm from September through May. Time commitment includes class time and weekly preparation. Training provided! Contact Sandy Spott at 972-691-7402.
Mission Crafts Ministry
Open to anyone who has a heart for the Lord and wants to bless others with their handiwork. We knit and crochet (if you don’t know how, we will teach you!) different items and donate them to people in need. We meet the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 6-8 pm in the Adult Education Center, Room 1. Contact Sandy Ericksen or 972-982-0543.
Lutheran World Missions
Prince of Peace is helping spread the gospel around the world through Lutheran World Missions.
Our church is currently supporting missionaries in Asia to help plant churches and raise up indigenous Christian communities. We send short-term teams from Prince of Peace to Peru each summer to support the ongoing efforts of a local missionary. Learn more about Lutheran World Missions.
Questions? Want to learn how you can serve? Contact Sandi Grupe.
Lutheran Women’s Missionary League
LWML is a national organization of women who desire to join God in His mission around the world. Our local society at POP meets on the second Tuesday of the month (September through May) in the Conference Center. A complimentary dinner is served at 7:00 pm followed by a guest speaker or activity.
POP LWML society supports Missionaries serving in Asia, Rev. Sabir Bashir, Lutheran Student Center at UT Arlington and Refuge of Hope in Peru.
To view a schedule of LWML 2016-17 monthly meetings and special events, click HERE.
UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS:
LWML TEXAS DISTRICT RETREAT – September 29-30 at Lakeview Methodist Retreat Center in Palestine, Texas. Cost is $65 for two-day event & $35 for Saturday only. Payment must be received by September 1. For information, contact Marlene Dreyer.
Collecting Cancelled Stamps
Through the Stamporee Project, thousands of dollars each year are sent to Lutheran World Relief (LWR) to help pay for shipping costs of supplies sent all over the world whenever there is a disaster. We want your cancelled stamps! Look for the LMWL stamp box in the Fellowship Center.
Personal Care Kits
Mites are collected to support various mission projects at the District and National levels. Mites are collected at the monthly meetings. Mite Boxes are available in the Fellowship Center.
Held twice a year in March and October, Bake Sale proceeds are used for Mission Grants.
Stitch, Study & Share
Help assemble quilts for Lutheran World Relief. No sewing skills required!
Bring a sack lunch and participate in a Bible Study from the Lutheran Women’s Quarterly. If you don’t have one, you will be provided with one. We meet 9:00 am – 3:00 pm in the Conference Center on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays (September through May). Contact Judy Heath at 972.416.5792 for more information.