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Prince of Peace Lutheran Church offers our members a wide array of volunteer opportunities. Serve in one of our many ministries or help out on Sunday mornings through our Hospitality and Music Ministries. If you would like to impact our church and community by volunteering your time, just contact the ministry leader indicated.
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Helping Others in Need
Stephen Ministry Training
After training, Christian caregivers visit once a week with people going through a significant life transition, maintaining confidentiality of the conversations and prayers. Caregivers serve an assigned care receiver for up to one year.
Visit the Stephen Ministry website.
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: men’s deodorant, women’s deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, bar soap, liquid hand soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors for women and men, shaving gel, Kleenex and toilet paper.
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 and Christmas, we collect donations for special meals for families in need. By making a donation of $40 you can feed a hungry family.
Questions? Want to help? Contact Carol Slawson.
Guests from the community and Prince of Peace receive appointments at church to discuss their basic needs and resources available in a time of life crisis. Volunteers are trained and serve in pairs to listen and coordinate appropriate relief efforts. Appointments available Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays during business hours (8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday).
Meals for New Moms
Our Expectant Moms Ministry is looking for volunteers to provide meals to families when they bring home their new baby. You can prepare a meal at home or pick up from a restaurant. A meal calendar is sent to you and you pick what day works best for you. Add your name to the e-mail list by contacting Kelly Boyd.
Be a part of welcoming visitors to Prince of Peace! Do you have the gift for encouraging others? Maybe your gift is hospitality or you have a great smile. The hospitality teams at Prince of Peace are a great opportunity to serve the community, build relationships, and engage in ministry. Our teams serve in a variety of roles, helping to facilitate our worship services, creating a warm environment, and making Prince of Peace the friendly, welcoming community it is today.
Usher teams at Prince of Peace are responsible for ensuring a safe and family-friendly environment during our worship services, taking care of the details and helping to facilitate a time of worship free from distractions. Some of the specific Usher tasks are pass out bulletins before worship services, take attendance, assist with the offering, dismiss people during communion, and clean up the worship space following the service. Usher teams are open to anyone and serve on a rotating schedule.
Greeter teams at Prince of Peace are responsible for setting the tone both before and after each worship experience. Greeters answer questions, get to know the community better through individual interactions, and support families getting in and out of our facilities. Greeter teams are open to anyone and serve on a rotating schedule.
Guest ministers seek out and get to know visitors to our church. They assist families with a wide range of services and information regarding our Prince of Peace community before and after Worship services on Sundays. Guest Minister teams are open to all Prince of Peace members and serve on a rotating schedule.
For more information about volunteering as an usher, greeter or guest minister, contact Anne Mock.
This group of volunteers donates, prepares, and serves snacks / meals after funeral services at Prince of Peace. If you would like serve in this special way, please contact Betty Radkey.
This team takes care of A to Z when it comes to food, drinks, and décor on Sunday mornings and throughout the year. Do you have the gift of cooking, baking, organizing or decorating? Contact Andrea Garcia.
Worship and music ministry
Prince of Peace is in regular need of volunteers for our Worship and Music Ministry. There are many ways you can serve our faith community and visitors in an ongoing way – whether it’s every week or once a month. Learn more below, prayerfully select an area to engage, and get started this week!
Communion servers help with communion distribution in all of our worship experiences. Prince of Peace celebrates communion on a weekly basis. Servers assist on a rotating schedule. Communion Server teams are open to male Prince of Peace members who have been approved by the Elder Board. Completion of a training video is required. For information about becoming a Communion Server, contact Tom Wenkstern, Elder Board Chairman.
The Altar Guild is a group of volunteers who are charged with the maintenance and preparation of the altar and its furnishings each week. The Altar Guild is an open group for all Prince of Peace members and participation is on a rotating schedule. For information about becoming a member of the Altar Guild, contact Floss Intravia.
We are always in need of readers for our worship services. Interested? Contact Madelyn Sosinski.
There are many opportunities for you to welcome and serve people at each of our worship services. Teams serve on a rotating schedule. Learn more here.
If you are a musician who would like to audition for our worship band, contact Katie Seale today. This band leads worship at all 9:30 and 11:00 am Sunday services, as well as various midweek and special services throughout the year.
Our choir is always looking for gifted tenors, basses, altos, and sopranos to help round out our choir. The choir participates in worship during major festival services throughout the year. Contact Chuck Intravia for more information.
Part of the Festival choir, this group leads worship once a month for the 9:30 and 11:00 am Sunday Services. Contact Katie Seale.
If you are a musician who would like to participate in our traditional worship (8:00 am) every two to three Sundays, please let Katie Seale know.
This group leads worship once a month at our 8:00 am service. Interested in playing? Contact Chuck Intravia for more information.
The Handbell group leads worship once a month and at various midweek services throughout the year. Contact Katie Seale.
Contemporary Brass / Saxophone Ensemble
This special group participates in the 9:30 and 11:00 am worship services several times through the year. Contact Katie Seale.
children’s praise choir
What a joyous sound children make! This group sings at a Lenten service, Palm Sunday, an Advent Service, and Christmas Eve each year. Come sing with us! Contact Robbie Payne.
If you have played organ in the past and are available to be a substitute organist, please let
Katie Seale know.
If you have an idea of how you might bless our congregation through music during our worship services, contact Katie Seale.
Opportunities are available to assist with operating the sound board, projection, and cameras at all of our worship services. No experience necessary. Training provided. Contact Katie Seale.