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Activities for: Families Adults Youth
ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES:
Fall Festival: This annual fundraiser is held in October. Members donate hand made crafts, baked goods, candy, jams, jellies, gently used books etc. to be sold. Breakfast and lunch are available. Tables are also rented to outside vendors for the sale of their own products.
Cookie Walk: A variety of home-baked cookies are provided by our congregation in early December for sale to members, friends, and the community.
Trunk-or-Treat: This is a free, safe Halloween event open to the community, held the Friday before Halloween each year. Activities include trick-or-treating in our church parking lot as well as crafts and activities and food (for purchase) inside the fellowship hall.
Easter Breakfast: The youth of the congregation prepare a pancake breakfast on Easter Sunday. The times are announced in the bulletin and the proceeds of the free will offering go to the youth to help support their activities.
ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS:
Choir: From September through May, the choir sings anthems and sacred songs from the great literature of the past as well as folk and contemporary melodies. Our performances alternate between the first service the first two Sundays of the month, and the second service the last two Sundays. Anyone is welcome to sing in the choir; no audition is necessary. Rehearsals are Thursdays at 6:45 p.m.
Adult Sunday School: Adults meet in the Multi-Purpose Room at 9:20 a.m. throughout the school year. The lesson is led by Pastor Roger.
Mens' Group: Men meet the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. for Bible study, fellowship, coffee, and doughnuts. The Bible study is led by Pastor Roger.
Ladies' Gathering: Women meet on the second Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m. at The Gardens in Luther Park. The Bible study, using the WELCA Gather magazine, is led by a volunteer.
Home Bible Study Groups: Groups of up to twelve adults meet monthly in homes or the church. Each group decides on the day, time, and book of study. The Evangelism Committee helps set up new Home Bible Study Groups as the need arises. Please contact the Pastors or a member of the Evangelism Committee if you are interested in becoming a part of a HBSG.
ACTIVITIES FOR YOUTH:
Youth choir: The youth choir is open to young people from 3rd grade through high school who want to use their voices to make additional musical offerings. We rehearse on Saturday mornings and some Wednesday nights. Youth choir performs at worship services, as well as at the Christmas program and other times throughout the year. In addition, youth choir members who play instruments occasionally come together to perform, and the Prince of Peace Dance Troupe performs during the year. For more information, contact Joe Nolte 515-339-7519.
Children's Christmas Program: The Children's Christmas program is presented by the Sunday School children during the Sunday School hour on Sunday, December 13, 2015.
Riverside Bible Camp: The education committee desinates one week in the summer as Prince of Peace week at RIverside Bible Camp. Children are encouraged to attend Bible camp together during this week. The congregation puts $40.00 toward the cost of camp for each member child attending Bible Camp. It does not matter which week the child attends.
Trimming the tree: On the Saturday before Advent, the youth meet in the sanctuary to decorate it for Christmas. They place the lights and decorations on the tree, and put in place the poinsettias, wreaths and garlands, in preparation for the first Sunday of Advent.
Graduation Sunday: A reception is held the first Sunday in June to honor our high school graduates. This reception is held following the worship service on the first Sunday in June.
Do you have questions about activities at Prince of Peace? Email firstname.lastname@example.org