Jesus formed his first disciples into a community and empowered them, through word and deed, to share that relationship and community with one another and others in the world. Jesus calls us to do the same.
We enjoy spending time together and invite others to join with us! We have a variety of small groups that get together regularly, including both Women's and Men's book groups, PoP Playgroup (for families with very small children); PoP Rocks (our Young Adult Group); and Empty Nesters (for adults who don't - or usually don't! - have kids at home).
We have a number of special events throughout the year that help everyone to bond and have fun together, including especially our annual Yard Sale; our Shrove Tuesday Pancake supper and other big meal events; periodic Coffeehouse event featuring special music; and our popular Tables for All adult fellowship program in which potluck meals are shared in our homes with other members of Prince of Peace.
Join us for our next Saturday Dinner Out on May 7 around 6:15 pm at Moby Dick’s in the Kentlands. All are welcome!
Women's Book Group ~ The next gathering is Thursday, May 12, at 7:30 pm at the home of Lisa Woodard. Our selection for May is Under the Wide and Starry Sky by Nancy Horan. RSVP to Lisa.
Books and Beer, aka The Men's Book Club, continues its spring 2016 literary friendship campaign Thursday, May 19 at 7:30 pm on with a lively discussion of "There Is a God" by Antony Flew. You read the book, we'll provide the beer and munchies. Please RSVP to Mike. All men of PoP and their male friends are cordially invited.
Mark your calendars! Our 2016 Yard Sale will be held on Saturday, June 4 from 7 am - 2 pm!
We also care about making use of our church community and our fellowship together to share and partner with others in our wider community.
For example, Prince of Peace hosts two Narcotics Anonymous groups each week (Mondays at 8 pm in the Fellowship Hall & Wednesdays at 8 pm in the Youth Center.)
We also partner with the American Red Cross to host blood drives at the church.
Our community gardens, named Fruitful Fields, allow church members and others to grow their own vegetables as well as to tend common areas on which we grow food for Gaithersburg HELP.
And, each week our Quilting Group gathers to make quilts, which are distributed to those in need throughout the US and the World through Lutheran World Relief.