Stewardship Ministry

Stewardship Ministry impacts the congregational and personal lives of our membership by promoting and encouraging each member’s skills and resources to further the Church’s Mission and Vision. The Ministry promotes and encourages a scriptural use of time, talents and treasures that will result in solid and growing support of transforming lives in our community through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Those with spiritual gifts that emphasize giving, administration, teaching, writing, and exhortation are encouraged to join Stewardship Ministry. Members serve two year terms, and can serve up to 3 terms consecutively. Meetings are held on average monthly; less frequently in beginning of year, more frequently in fall and year end.

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 2024 Annual Commitment Appeal

I Love to Tell the Story

I love to tell the story of Jesus and His love is our stewardship theme for our 2024 Annual Commitment Appeal, which begins this Sunday, October 8, 2023.

How have you experienced the love of Jesus in your life? How have you experienced Jesus' love through Prince of Peace? How can you share that love with others?

These are the questions we would like you to reflect on as you consider the giving of time, talents and treasures to God through Prince of Peace.

To help us reflect on our theme, we will be singing the hymn, “I Love to Tell the Story,” for the next three weeks in worship, we will hear stewardship sermons and stewardship talks by members of Prince of Peace, and we will have a display in the narthex. At this display, we will have materials available for you to write down your favorite Bible story and tell us why you love it!

Join us as we tell the story of Jesus and His love, together!


View our 2021 "Generous/Under our Roof & Beyond our Walls" campaign video by clicking the button above! Watch and listen as various members of our congregation and the Pastors share our ministry's vision at Prince of Peace. And view the 2024 Commitment Appeal below, "I Love to Tell the Story."