We are excited to announce a new, easier way of giving to Prince of Peace Lutheran Church!


GivePlus Church is now available so you can make electronic donations to POP anytime, anywhere.¬† Look for the E-Give buttons on the pages of our website or you can download the free mobile app by going to the App Store or Google Play and search for ‚ÄúGivePlus Church‚ÄĚ.

GivePlus Church is easy to use and takes you step by step through setting up your private login, your payment method, frequency of giving and even lets you designate a special church fund or program for your donation.

Learn more about GivePlus Church here.

To get started with e-giving, click wherever you see an E-Give button, like the one on the page navigation bar above, on the Prince of Peace website!

Stewardship at Prince of Peace

"Christian stewardship is the free and joyous activity of the child of God and God's family, the church, in managing all of life and life's resources for God's purposes."

The above definition of Christian Stewardship contains only 29 words, but what a mouthful when you consider the application of the various parts of  this  definition. 

Breaking down the terms can lead us all to better Stewardship!

"Free and joyous." Many people do not think of stewardship as being free and joyous but it really can be when we have the calm assurance that our God richly provides all that we need for the support and wants of our body and life.

"Child of God." What a beautiful title for God's people!The opening verses of 1 John 3 speak of the lavish love of God resulting in making us His very own children. What great good news and what a powerful reminder of the proper motivation for our stewardship activity -love to our God who first loved us.

"God's family, the church." This phrase reminds us that our stewardship is not a solo performance but is done within the Christian community to honor God and benefit others.

"In managing all of life and life's resources." Part of our stewardship struggle is that we think we "own" all those things that surround us when, in truth, we are managers. Another part of our struggle is that we may think that Stewardship is just about money, time and talents. Christian stewardship is about those things and more; Christian stewardship involves our whole life-­ everything that God has entrusted to us to manage as faithful stewards.

"For God’s purposes." Maturing stewards do the right things for the right reasons. All we do as Christian stewards is to be done to the glory of God and for the welfare of others as well as ourselves. Who said stewardship was easy? If it were, everyone would be doing it!