Upcoming Events...

Join us for Summer worship! From Memorial Day Weekend (5/29) through Labor Day Weekend (9/4), we’ll have ONE SUNDAY SERVICE at 9:30 am, followed by fellowship! The Saturday 5 pm service will also continue each weekend.

Prince of Peace has partnered with Shaare Torah and the Islamic Society of the Washington Area to host the first ever Montgomery County Interfaith 5K run. The event will take place on September 5th at the Soccerplex in Germantown. Proceeds from this event will benefit Gaithersburg HELP. Click here to register! And check out the Facebook page!

The Youth Hand Bell Choir will begin rehearsals for the Fall 2016 season and we are looking for new members!! The Hand Bell Choir is for children age 7 and older; we will rehearse each Thursday from 6:30-7:15pm beginning Thursday, September 8. Signup in the narthex or contact Danielle Drobny for more info.

The Women’s Book Group will meet to discuss Redeployment by Phil Klay, at 7:30 pm on Thursday, September 8, at the home of Judy Bruening. RSVP to Judy

Our Fall Schedule resumes on September 11! Our Sunday worship times return to 8:30 & 11 am, with Sunday School for all ages at 9:45 am. Come join us!

Rally Day Picnic!! We are having an Old Fashioned Church Picnic immediately after the late service on Sunday, September 11! Fellowship committee will provide fried chicken, and we are asking the Congregation to bring salads (pasta, potato, macaroni, etc.), coleslaw, rolls, and desserts. Please sign up at church or online so that we have an idea of how many people will attend. We hope that you join us for a fun day of fellowship!

The Men's Book Club kicks off its 2016-17 campaign with Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand. We will meet on Thursday, September 15 at 7:30 pm at the home of Steve Von Wald. All men of POP and their male friends are invited for beer, munchies, and good fellowship. Please RSVP to Steve.

Tables for All is a fun adult fellowship program in which potluck meals are shared with other members of Prince of Peace. The meals are hosted at the homes of church members; guests provide some of the food. Tables for All is a wonderful way to meet others at Prince of Peace and to reconnect with old friends. Sign up in the narthex or email Lisa Woodard by Sunday, September 18.


Recent Events...

Check out the sermons, music and more from last weekend by clicking here!

Vacation Bible School was held from July 25-29, 2016 as kids shared and learned about Jesus' love for all of us!

Our 2016 Yard Sale was held on Saturday, June 4!

Prince of Peace participated in a Habitat for Humanity Build Day on Saturday, May 21!

Prince of Peace participated in the Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup on Saturday, April 16th. Our pick-up started at the small tributary behind the church (Speicher’s Run), and continued Muddy Branch stream. We had a lot of fun, picked up a lot of trash, and made a real difference.

Faith-Full Families’ Easter event was held on Thursday, April 7 as families with pre-school – elementary age children, and their siblings, enjoyed dinner, crafts, a Bible story and fellowship.

Our Easter Celebration began with Easter Sunday on March 27! Click here to see and hear music and sermons!

Our Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner was held on February 9, as we ate together and burned palms to prepare or our Ash Wednesday service.

Faith-Full Families’ Epiphany event was held on January 7, as families with pre-school – elementary age children enjoyed dinner, crafts, a Bible story and fellowship.

Christmas 2015 was a great celebration at Prince of Peace! Check out sermons, music and more by clicking here!

Our Annual Christmas Cantata was held on Sunday, December 13, as our choir and guest musicians ushered in the season with a “Festival of Lessons and Carols”.

’Twas the Light Before Christmas! was our fun “instant” Christmas play hosted at Prince of Peace on Sunday, December 6! Click here to watch the video!

Prince of Peace hosted the annual Thanksgiving Eve Service on Wednesday, November 25, a joint service we hold each year, together with Good Shepherd and Christ the Servant Lutheran Churches. Pastor Leila Ortiz from Good Shepherd preached the sermon.