At Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, we believe in serving our community through local missions. There are many ways to get involved in serving our neighbors and being the hands and feet of Jesus. If you feel called to serve in one of these areas, please contact us.
Contact: Pastor Dan Haugen
The Alleluia Children’s Theater (ACT), is an exciting new Portland based Christian theater ministry for children ages 9 to 17. The goal of A.C.T. is to teach kids the art of theater in a fun and positive Christian environment. A.C.T. only produces Christian shows with strong Christian values.
Contact: Larry and Sandy Gross
Latte’s, Machiatto’s, Espresso’s, and more are provided free of charge by our team of volunteers for parents of Prince of Peace school kids Monday and Tuesday each week in the Church entry to offer a comfortable place to take a break in a supportive and encouraging atmosphere.
Contact: Teresa Brophy
Prince of Peace School began in 1983 as a mission of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church to provide an excellent Christian preschool choice for our neighboring families. Prince of Peace School, or POP, now serves 170 families a year and hosts a staff of 14 teachers!
Contact: Anne Seim & Leslie Swinford
The Food Pantry Ministry receives donations from our Church members and other Community partners throughout the year. The team organizes and distributes Food Baskets to several local families on Friday each week to help supplement their meal budgets.
Contact: Chris Camplair
The Community Garden Ministry provides the opportunity for Church members, friends, and neighbors to plant and harvest a crop of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and more in a personal Garden Box.
Contact: Evelyn Sixta
HomePlate is a local organization that provides resources to youth experiencing homelessness in Washington County. We help serve a hot meal on the 4th Thursday of every month at First Congregational Church in Hillsboro.
Contact: Mary Raetz
The West Women’s & Children’s Shelter is a sanctuary in downtown Portland for abused and at risk women and their children. The “Quilting for Kids” ministry, directed by Mary Raetz, designs, creates, and provides quilts for every child who comes through the Shelter.