Prince of Peace Lutheran Church


Sunday Services



9:00 AM

TRADITIONAL CHORAL WORSHIP


Follows the liturgical tradition including Bible readings choral music with choir and Holy Communion.


10:15 AM

SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN


11:00 AM

FOLK PRAISE AND WORSHIP


Bible readings, acoustic music, and Holy

Communion in a service of praise, worship

and reflection for all ages.  Come as you are!



Note: Please feel free to use our attended

nursery, if you desire, but children are

welcome to all services.


                                                                        







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Pastor:


Rev. Ida Iverson


(C) 904-210-9071


Office Days: M,W,Th.


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Church Council President:


Ed Marotz


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Music Director:


Diane Demeranville


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Church Secretary:


Terry Smith


Office: 904-261-6306


Office hours: M-Th 9-4


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Last updated 12/02/2016












WEDNESDAY “NIGHT” DINNERS

& ADVENT WORSHIP


December 7th, 14th & 21st

 6:00 PM Dinner (No dinner on 21st, but Fellowship to follow)

7:00 PM Advent Worship

    

       Advent is coming and so are the Mid-Week evening services & dinners. We are going to try something different this year and we need your help. Do you have a favorite Christmas carol you would like to know more about. List it on the blue welcome slip and turn it in. Each week we will select three different carols to use in the service. Bring your favorite Soup, Salad &/or Bread and join us as we dine together at 6:00 pm and enjoy each others company while we reflect on the Advent Season. We will also be needing your help with the Set-up and Clean-up for the upcoming dinners so please let us know what you are able to help with.   A Sign-up sheet will be provided in the church Narthex. Your help will be greatly appreciated.

 

 















ADVENT “EVENING” WORSHIP

Wednesdays, December 7th & 14th

at 7:00 PM

 

CHRISTMAS CANTATA

Sunday, December 18th at 9:00AM—

with fellowship following service

 

Praise Service at 11:00 AM

 

LONGEST NIGHT WORSHIP

Wednesday, December 21st at 7:00 PM—

with Holy Communion & Fellowship to follow

 

CHRISTMAS “EVE” SERVICES

Worship Service’s at 4:30 PM &7:00PM

Candle Light Service at 9:00 PM

 

CHRISTMAS “DAY” WORSHIP

Traditional Worship with Holy Communion at 9:00 AM

Praise Worship with Holy Communion at 11:00 AM

 


THE LONGEST NIGHT


Wednesday, December 21st at 7:00 PM—


       The Holiday Season is upon us. Unfortunately, for many this is not a time of good cheer and happiness. No, circumstances of life can invade this time. There can be many days in which sadness, loneliness, grief, or confusion overtake a person. How many try to put on a good face so that nobody has any idea what one is going through.

      In the Northern Hemisphere, December 21 is the longest night, the winter solstice- the official start of winter. But, this night is especially long for those who have experienced a painful loss. Imagine, for example, a “Christmas child,” born just before Christmas, coming home on Christmas Eve, only to die two years later. Everything changes. Although the coming of the Lord and celebrating Christmas remains essential over the years, there is just something missing. Many have similar stories. Many put on a good face and endure.  

       Prince of Peace Lutheran is offering a worship service for people who are saddened by a loss. It is called a “Longest Night” or “Blue Christmas” worship service. This service recognizes those sad feelings that a person has: feelings of loneliness, grief, or confusion; it gives one a place and time to reflect, but also to come to know that one is not alone. It aims to give a sense of peace and hope for a new day, a day where there is more light than darkness.        Come to worship or support each other on Wednesday, December 21, at 7:00 P.M. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 2600 Atlantic Avenue (Across from Fort Clinch). Some songs will be sung; the voice of God in his Word will be shared, candles for the missed person, or for the griever, will be lit; Holy Communion will be offered, and then, a time for fellowship.

Check our website, poplcweb.org for other times of worship or call the church at 261-6306.


All are welcome.