Prince of Peace Catholic Church
Prince of Peace is a great church. And it is big – the buildings and the number of parishioners. It has a lot of different things to offer to all ages, ethnicity and preferred activities. The best way to really get to appreciate this Catholic Community is to participate in one or more of the following: several bible study opportunities, International Festival, women’s and men’s prayer breakfasts and retreats, movie nights, concerts, golf tournaments, parish cruises, pilgrimages to Rome or the Holy Land. You can also be of service by helping to distribute food and Christmas presents to those in need, sign up for an hour of adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, serve as a liturgical minister (Usher, Eucharistic Minister, etc.), or go on a mission trip to Guatemala. No matter who you are, you are bound to find something that will help you develop a closer relationship with God while making new friends and serving others.
The people of Prince of Peace, both the clergy and the lay people, let the love of God shine out into every corner of this wonderful church. There are social events, fellowship Sundays, a variety of great bible studies through the week and all are welcome. On top of all of that, the Youth Ministry is just outstanding. Come and experience the love of Christ at Prince of Peace!
Prince of peace is vibrant, diverse, and welcoming parish. The size can be overwhelming at first but this size provides for a wide range of opportunities for outreach, fellowship, education and evangelization. We have several great programs from childcare for many events(including mass), marriage enrichment, & youth programs from pre-k through graduation. Many great opportunities for spirtual development through mass, sacraments, retreats, and adoration. Staff and pastors are concerned about concerns of parishioners, but true to church teaching. If you are looking to come back to the church or checking about what this Catholic thing is all about, I would highly recommend this parish.
It's a very large parish but it is a very inclusive parish. You will find all kind of celebrations from the cultures all around the world.
It is refreshing to find so many under one roof. There are many ministries and the community is so accepting. It is just a wonderful place to be.
I used to love this Church's preschool so it breaks my heart to warn other parents not to sign thier children up. Please save your child and find somewhere else to attend. My son is repeatively not feed, not changed, and the teacher makes rude comments about him with him in the room!!