The church office will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, in observation of Juneteenth.

Week of August 7, 2022

Today in Worship“Finding Faithful Stewards” • Scriptures: Exodus 14:1-14, 30-31; 2 Corinthians 8:16-24; Luke 16:1-15. Leaders in Christ’s church are accountable for raising up faithful stewards and, together, upholding the integrity of Christ. Paul continues his appeal to convince the Corinthians to participate in the collection for the poor in Jerusalem and now uses an important argument: the people in charge of the work are faithful and trustworthy stewards who are in good standing before the churches. Nothing inspires more confidence in the people of the church than to know that their leaders are acting with integrity and honesty in the administration of the resources with which they are entrusted. Because of our faith in Jesus—to whom we all are accountable, we need to be good stewards of what God has entrusted to our care and the resources we have are for the good of all. As a church, we need to make sure that every one of us is a faithful steward, encouraging one another to participate in this grace of giving out of love for God’s work and His kingdom. How does faithfulness and integrity among God’s holy people “adorn” the Gospel of truth? In what ways are you growing as a faithful steward of the resources God has given?

Bible Classes
Adult Sunday Morning Bible Class at 10:00 am • The class is led by Jim Essig in the Music Room during our Education Hour, between the 9 am & 11 am worship services. Topic: Paul’s letter to the Galatians

SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR AGE 4 – GRADE 5: The Life of Jesus • Kids will make crafts, play games, and learn the major stories about the life of Jesus. Each week children will learn one of the core truths about who Jesus is. Sunday School meets upstairs in the Family Life Center classrooms from 10:00-10:45 on Sunday mornings.

YOUTH SUNDAY BIBLE CLASS (6th-12th) • The class is a mixture of discussion and experiential learning- come check it out. We meet in the far, upstairs classroom in the Family Life Center from 10:00am-10:45am.

Mid-week Bible Class for Adults • Wednesday Mornings 9:30am – 10:30am in the Board Room. Each week we look at Scriptures for the upcoming Sunday’s theme. Led by Pastor Ken.

Sunday Morning Nursery • A supervised Nursery for children 6 months – 3 years old is available from 10:00am-12:15pm every Sunday. Our Nursery is located just across the breezeway from the church office and is convenient to both worship spaces. Our Sunday nursery worker is “Miss Jennifer,” Jennifer Montalvo, a worker in our preschool.

Lunch & Zilch – Thursday, August 18, 12-2pm | FLC Zilch is a very enjoyable dice game that’s a bit more complicated than Yahtzee and Bunco. There is a cost of $10 per person, which will cover lunch and the prizes for the Zilch winners. Please RSVP by calling or texting Jim Essig at (407) 446-7147 or emailing him at Invite a friend to join you for this fun time!

House Items Sale – Lutheran Haven, Friday, August 19 A house filled with lots of small appliances, kitchen items, linens, and Christmas decorations (NO Furniture) will hold a House sale to sell the items on Friday, August 19 at 8am- 11:30am in the Lutheran Haven (1359 Haven Dr.). Stop on by if you’re interested in any of the items!

Ammon Perry Solo Piano Recital – Monday, August 22, 7:00pm, All Saints Episcopal in Winter Park (338 E Lyman Ave) • Former PoP organist, Ammon Perry, will be doing a solo piano recital on August 22 at All Saints Episcopal in Winter Park. He has invited all his friends from Prince of Peace to come to see him perform. I’m sure he would greatly appreciate to see a friendly face from Prince of Peace!

Confirmation Ministry Launch – August 21stPrince of Peace/Principe de Paz will launch a new year of Confirmation ministry this month with an exciting new format. On Sunday, August 21st at 12:15 pm (after the 11:00 am service) DCE Eric Gerken will host a meeting for any unconfirmed youth (Grades 6-12) and at least one parent or grandparent where he will fully explain the new format.

Altar Flowers If you wish to sponsor Altar Flowers at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in celebration of a special occasion or in memory of a loved one, please fill out a form online or contact our church office.

August 5 – Celebration of Linda and John I’Anson’s 27th Anniversary

Fruits of Faith

Worship Attendance: July 31
9:00 Traditional: 89 | 11:00 Contemporary: 43 | 11:00 Spanish: 80 | TOTAL: 212

Giving: Thank you for your faithful engagement in our ministry through your gifts and offerings.
July 17 offerings: $ 11,686
July 24 offerings: $ 15,631
July 31 offerings: $ 11,024       needed each week: $11,202

Sunday School Registration • A new school year is about to begin, and we kick off new Sunday School classes for children on August 14 with our new “Foundations of Faith” series. Topics: teaches kids the basic truths about God using both Old Testament and New Testament stories. Kids will walk away from each class a new “God is…” statement (i.e. “God is powerful” or “God is kind”). This is an amazing opportunity for a child in your sphere of influence to learn about God in a safe place in a developmentally appropriate way. If your child has not attended Sunday School at PoP or has not for a long time, please follow this link to register your child. This helps our volunteers to get to know your child a little bit before they attend:


Payers of Comfort: We ask the Lord to comfort Annie Martinez and her family, whose father, Efrain Vazquez, went to his heavenly home on July 29. | We continue to ask the Lord to comfort the family of Jean Sassmann-Lewis, who went to her heavenly home. We ask the Lord to be with daughters, Theresa Cruz-Roman and Dawn Sassmann, and Jean’s husband, Frank.

Hospitalized or Recovering: Danny C (child), Danny Conlin, Vivian Mercedes Gonzales (ICU)

Healing and Strength: Chris Aherns, Lynn A, Dave & Mary Ann Ault, Rebecca Brooks, Megan B, Donna Browne, Delores B, Donna C, Karin Collins (friend of Nina Cavalli-Rojas), Steven D, Gail Eaton, John Elmore, Judy & Jim Finnie, Ginny Fussell, Eric Gerken, Jayson Gerken, Dennis Glander, José Gonzalez, Bob Hahn, Merle Kroeplin, Carleen Lemcke, Megan L., Joyce Miller, Nancy Schloemer, Cindy Sibley, Meridith Swanson (back), Sonja Telez, Caitlyn Thoms, Cricket Winters, Leon W, Kristen W, Judy W, Linda Zamsky

Receiving Treatments: Barbara B, Rev. Amy Bradley, Sarah vB, Jan F, Joanne Hahn, Kent Jespersen, Dorothy R, Rev. Brian Roberts, Elena S, Marleen S, Cathy S, Jeff S, Joni S, Janet V, Amber V, Debbie W, Dayton W, Belinda W

Continued Care: Chuck Boogher, Kelly DeFrietas, Eleanor Eaton, Colleen E, Linda House, Minnie Hutchinson, Linda Jackson, Bill Jordan, Joan K, Mary K.M, Todd O, Annette R, Betty S, Michael, Noel, & Roger V, Harry W, Gloria W

Special: Jesus, You have made us a new creation to serve You in righteousness and holiness. You have given us so much out of Your grace. Help us to be faithful stewards of what You have given us, so that we might adorn the Gospel as we live for you to serve others. • Flooding: We continue pray for the people in Kentucky who have been affected by the severe flooding. • New School Year: We pray for all students, families, and educators as we begin a new school year this week. We offer up special prayers for our Preschool as they welcome young children and families to this new school year. We pray for the Lord’s blessing on every connection made, that many would be drawn close to Him. • We ask the Lord to be with President Biden, members of Congress, and the Supreme Court, as well as all state and local leaders. • Thank you, Lord, for all our front-line healthcare workers. • We pray for those who serve our nation in the armed services. We also ask the Lord to watch over and keep our first responders safe.

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