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Close The Door? No!

Congregations act their age. Prince of Peace will be 54 this year.

What are most people who are 54 years old planning? Retirement? End of life plans? Taking it easy? Leisure? Yep. They are looking forward to a simpler, easier and relaxing way of life after years of busyness, hard work and stress.

Should POPLC be winding down? Should we be setting our course for taking it easy? If so, our doors will close! Or, should POPLC create a new door to usher in the next 50 years?

Consider these questions:
1. How would this community be different if POPLC no longer existed?
2. Why does POPLC matter to people?

The answers to these two questions are varied, but they all have one thing in common. They beg the larger, very serious question:

Do we invest in POP or do we plan to shut the door?
 

Opening the door to the next 50 Years

In order to meet the spiritual needs of current and future families, POPLC needs to address opportunities in:

1. Deferred maintenance
2. Worship Center upgrades
3. Capital improvements

Accomplishing these goals together will result in a more attractive, inviting campus that fosters a community of meaningful connections and relationships. A place where people feel safe, valued and loved. A community where you are excited to invite your extended family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to visit!
 

The Door

THE DOOR is a three-year capital campaign to fund the property changes critical to investing in the future of POPLC as we desire to live out our vision TO MAKE DISCIPLES.
 

How Do I Give to The Door?

Click the blue button below.


 

Questions?

Please direct all questions to Patrick Carlove.
Patrick is a member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and serves as Director of Advancement at Prince of Peace Christian School. He is dedicated to helping you and your family by answering any questions you have and, should you need it, developing a plan for giving to THE DOOR.


 

 

Close The Door? No!

Congregations act their age. Prince of Peace will be 54 this year.

What are most people who are 54 years old planning? Retirement? End of life plans? Taking it easy? Leisure? Yep. They are looking forward to a simpler, easier and relaxing way of life after years of busyness, hard work and stress.

Should POPLC be winding down? Should we be setting our course for taking it easy? If so, our doors will close! Or, should POPLC create a new door to usher in the next 50 years?

Consider these questions:
1. How would this community be different if POPLC no longer existed?
2. Why does POPLC matter to people?

The answers to these two questions are varied, but they all have one thing in common. They beg the larger, very serious question:

Do we invest in POP or do we plan to shut the door?
 

Opening the door to the next 50 Years

In order to meet the spiritual needs of current and future families, POPLC needs to address opportunities in:

1. Deferred maintenance
2. Worship Center upgrades
3. Capital improvements

Accomplishing these goals together will result in a more attractive, inviting campus that fosters a community of meaningful connections and relationships. A place where people feel safe, valued and loved. A community where you are excited to invite your extended family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to visit!
 

The Door

THE DOOR is a three-year capital campaign to fund the property changes critical to investing in the future of POPLC as we desire to live out our vision TO MAKE DISCIPLES.
 

How Do I Give to The Door?

Click the blue button below.


 

Questions?

Please direct all questions to Patrick Carlove.
Patrick is a member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and serves as Director of Advancement at Prince of Peace Christian School. He is dedicated to helping you and your family by answering any questions you have and, should you need it, developing a plan for giving to THE DOOR.