Service Ministry

There are many ways Prince of Peace shares the love of Christ through service in the community and around the world.  From mission trips to the Navajo Lutheran Mission to supporting Mount of Olives church with donations for their food pantry, Prince of Peace takes seriously the mission given to us by one another.

love one another

"I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another." John 13:34-35

  • Angel Tree

    You're invited to adopt one of the angels on Prince of Peace's annual Angel Tree. Every December, there is a tree in the narthex with ornaments designating an angel in need of a gift(s) for Christmas.  If you do not have time to shop for a gift but would still like to participate, we have volunteers who will do the shopping for you. If you have questions, please contact Mary Quinsler.


    Prince of Peace is honored to be in partnership with our Navajo brothers and sisters and the Navajo Lutheran Mission.  Each year, we visit the mission to complete projects, bring food for the community and more.  If you are interested in participating in an upcoming trip or donating to the mission, contact Audrey or Pastor Rick. Click here for NLM's website.

  • Serving Breakfast to the HUngry

    September 8 and October 27

    Mark your calendars! Prince of Peace serves a pancake breakfast to those who are in need of a meal a couple times a year.  10-15 volunteers are needed from 6:15am-9am at Grace Lutheran Church.  Sign-up HERE!


    Super Bowl Sunday, we focus on SOUPer Bowl and collect change in big soup pots to donate to our local shelters and nonprofits that provide food to those in need of  a meal.  Collect all your change and bring it Superbowl Sunday!

  • ICM Food & Clothing Bank

    With a mission to provide “an immediate response to basic human needs,” ICM provides food, clothing, school supplies and medical services to over 115,000 people each year. Located in downtown Phoenix, ICM is one of the most respected social service providers in our area. Prince of Peace collects food, clothing and household items for ICM on an ongoing basis – just look for the huge box in the church office workroom.Click here for ICM's website.