Parish Nurse

The Parish Nurse ministry at Prince of Peace helps to care for one another by attaining, maintaining and regaining the best possible whole person's wellness of body, mind and spirit.  The role of the Parish Nurse is a health counselor, referral source, and an advocate for an individual.  The Parish Nurse is a blend of professional nursing and spiritual caregiving.  The Parish Nurse visits members at the church and in their homes or care facilities.

Mary Hume was commissioned as the first Parish Nurse of Prince of Peace in July, 1999.

National Blood Donor Month


The month of January is usually a period of critical blood shortages. People stop donating blood during the holidays and when they get sick during the cold and flu season. 

Help ensure that this lifesaving resource is readily available to patients during this time. The Community Blood Bank is located on 29th street just west of Wanamaker, call to schedule a time for your donation. 

We are scheduling a blood drive at the Nazarene Church on May 30th from 2-6pm. Mark your calendars. (We compete with the Nazarene Church twice a year.)

If you would need a blood transfusion due to trauma or other causes, you can do your part by making a donation of your blood. Pay it forward.