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

Week of May 26, 2024

Today: Holy Trinity Sunday Isaiah 6:1-8; Acts 2:14a,22-36; John 3:12-17 • What makes our God distinctive? Is it that He has revealed to us that He is Triune (One-in-Three), Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—or could it be that He has revealed Himself to us at all?!? Is it the personal nature of our God? We have been created by God, and He has revealed that He is our Heavenly Father; He has sent His Son, Jesus, personally for us, so that we would have a personal relationship with Him; and the Spirit ignites faith within us and sets us apart for God’s purposes. What else is distinctive—that He is gracious? That He loves all people? Jesus came for all and went to the cross for all! Yes, all these things—and more—make our God distinctive, and He has made us to be His people.

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Bible Classes
Adult Sunday Morning Bible Class at 10:00 am • The class is led by Jim Essig. We are studying the book of Acts. Classes are in the Music Room during our 10:00 am Education Hour, between 9 am & 11 am worship.
SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR AGE 4 – GRADE 5: Heart of God • This year, our Sunday School will be digging into the “Heart of God.” Our volunteers will help children understand God’s attributes through Bible stories, crafts, games and more. Each week the children will learn about who God is and how we can follow Him. The children will have a lot of fun and learn important faith lessons at the same time.
The Mid-week Bible Class for Adults • Wednesday Mornings 9:30am – 10:30am in the Board Room. Our topic is looking at Scriptures for the upcoming Sunday’s theme. Led by Pastor Ken. This class will take a break for summer starting on Wednesday, June 12.

Thank you to our “Photo Op” participants and our photographers, Jim Fuller and Danielle Green. If you did not have opportunity to have your photo taken, you may, of course, send a photo to to be included in our secure, online Breeze database and directory. More information will be shared about how to view your photo and access Breeze online in next week’s news.

RaiseRight: Support our Youth Ministry with your Graduation Gifts! Simply go to and select the cards you want, and our Youth will receive a percentage back of each card purchased, depending on the value. This is a quick way to do your shopping AND support our teens in advance of the 2025 National Youth Gathering in New Orleans. You can use this ID code: CFA82EEB65547 to identify Prince of Peace Youth as the organization you want to benefit from your order and start shopping.

Lunch & Zilch: Monday, June 3 at 11:30am Jim Essig is hosting another lunch & zilch for the summer that is set for Monday, June 3. Please RSVP to Jim by Friday, May 31 by email or text. Remember there is a cost of $10 to cover lunch and prizes for the winners. School is out! Let’s be intergenerational! That means children as young as ten can come to Lunch & Zilch if they are accompanied by a parent, grandparent, or other responsible adult. To RSVP, please contact Jim Essig: (407)446-7147 | jim.essig@poporlando

Church/Preschool offices Closed – Monday, May 27 – Memorial Day The church and preschool offices will be closed for Memorial Day, a federal holiday in the U.S for honoring and mourning the U.S Military personnel who have died while serving the United States armed forces.

Summer Office Hours The church office will close at noon on Fridays during June and July. If you need campus access on Friday afternoon, please call ahead to make special arrangements.

Altar Flowers To sponsor Altar Flowers in celebration of a special occasion, in memory of a loved one, or simply out of thanksgiving to God, you can do so at or by contacting the office.
Today’s Altar Flowers are sponsored by Sonia Tellez in memory of her brother, David Tellez, Birthday on May 30th.

Compassion Project – Donations Needed! We are seeking the following items: new men’s large and extra-large underwear boxer shorts; AA and AAA batteries; and toothbrushes. All items can be dropped off in the church office, and they will be delivered to the Samaritan Resource Center. Thank you for helping those in need.

Vacation Bible Camp Updates!
SCUBA is planned for June 10-14 from 9:00 am- 12:15 pm daily. It is a fun, “undersea” adventure to help kids Age 4- Grade 5 (rising 6th) to explore what it means to be Jesus’ friend. The music, games, skits, science experiments, snacks and more all point to Jesus. It is fun, action packed, and we would love to see your child there!
Donations List • Many of our activities are “supply heavy.” We have been blessed over the years to have many items donated that are needed to hold this major program. (This list is will be updated regularly until the week before Camp)
Registration is filling up! Register Now to Ensure You Don’t Miss out! Last summer, we filled all of our spaces 2 weeks before camp started, and we are ahead of that pace for SCUBA. Don’t wait, sign up your child now to ensure that they do not have to be placed on our waiting list. |
Volunteers are needed for SCUBA Vacation Bible Camp – June 10-14 • We have some KEY Leadership positions, especially in our preschool programming, that need more adult volunteers.  We are looking for Station leaders or Co-Station leaders. Other areas that need caring volunteers include Preschool Bible story, Preschool Crafts, Preschool Science and Preschool Games. Our Dive Camp Instructors (volunteer small group leaders) will handle supervising and any discipline necessary. If interested in learning more, please fill out our online volunteer form or contact DCE Eric Gerken. |
Thank you for pushing us toward our goal for PoP Kids! Your financial donations for Bible Camp make a difference. Not only are we seeing increased cost in curriculum and supplies from our publisher, but we have a vision for launching PoP Kids, an ongoing ministry to engage children and families. Your donations help with the branding through purchasing T-shirts that kids and families will be encouraged to wear to future activities. Thank you to the PoP Endowment Committee for seed money, and to congregation members for rising to the challenge. Don’t miss this this opportunity: prayerfully consider a donation today?
In Person SCUBA Volunteer Training – Saturday, June 1 at 10:00 am We still need several more Youth and Adults to fill volunteer roles for VBC. If you have not yet volunteered and can help on the mornings of June 10-14, please sign up today. This is a GREAT way to get volunteer hours for school. Here is the link to register:

 Fruits of Faith
Sunday, May 12 – Pentecost Combined/Bilingual Worship
10:30 am – 210

Giving: Thank you for your faithful engagement in our ministry through your gifts and offerings.
May 5 Offerings           $11,528
May 12 Offerings         $12,862
May 19 Offerings         $ 8,432
needed each week: $12,403

Your gifts and offerings, your prayers and service to the Lord—they make a difference here, and for all eternity.

Prayers of Comfort: We pray for the family and friends of Jeff Robertson, who died suddenly and unexpectedly this past week. A memorial service will be held at Prince of Peace on Saturday, June 1, at 12:00 Noon. Especially as ask for the Lord to surround Jeff’s family with His comfort and peace: wife, Pam; son, Joel, and daughter, Jackie. Remind us all that You, Lord Jesus, are the resurrection and the life, and on the last day You will raise us all up.
Recovering: Barbara Conyers, Susanne Johnson, Kay Minick, Camille Neville, Debbie Noss, Nancy Plotnikoff, Norma Poutre, Jeff Powell, Sheila Roberts, Martha Rockey (wife of FLGA District President, Rev. James Rockey), Cindy Sibly, Pete Spudich, Pat Williams
Healing and Strength: Karen Adkins, Dave & Mary Ann Ault, Kurt Bickel, Rebecca Brooks, Delores B, Michael B, Donna C, Danny Conlin, Elizabeth Dawson, Sarah Dierking, Steven Dorsagano, Gail Eaton, John Elmore, Amanda Fearce, Judy Finnie, Leonard G, Rev. Dennis Glander, Michael Halstead, Joe Heinz, Jim & Pam Ingersoll, Chris & Kristen Ivanic, Bill Jordan, Jerry Jordan, Kelli Kalinowski, Merle Kroeplin, Henry Leon, Jim Lord, Larry Martinez, Kathy McCartin, Michael McCarty, Maddie, George Meder, Lewis Mendez, Christopher Miller, Mario Muniz, Skylar Newport, Rick Perre, Miriam Rivera, David Rodgers, Nitza Rohena, Rex Serio, Hannah Steinbronn, Shirley Stockett, Carmen & Juan, Rosalee Wessel, Ted Wessel, Cricket Winters, Leon W, Linda Zamsky
Family & Friends: Stephanie, Matthew, Samantha, Jason, Daniel Baudry, Debbie Holly (thanksgiving for a good test result), Carlyn and Sarah (both fighting cancer)
Receiving Treatments: Ellen Boogher, Sarah vonBraun, Joshula Flowers, Cameron LaPointe, Elvie Lord, Pastor Brian Roberts, Elena Santana, Jeff S, Tina T, Janet V, Vincent Ward, Debbie W, Dayton Whites, Brenda Williams, Michelle Zicarelli
Continued Care: Chuck Boogher, Rick Burns, Pat C., Kelly DeFrietas, Al & Linda Dicks, Bob E, Linda House, Linda Jackson, Otto Krumpholc, Mary K.M, Jean LaPointe, Micki & Sal LoBue, Todd O, Betty Schnell, Michael, Noel, & Roger V, Harry Wahl

Special: We thank You, God, that You have clearly revealed to us Your personal nature in Scripture, showing Yourself to be Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. As we worship You, even with all that is beyond our comprehending, help us to know how You love and value us, and have personally acted to make us Your own. Then send us into this world proclaiming Your goodness and love in word and deed. • On this Memorial Day weekend, we give thanks for all those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. Comfort those who mourn the loss of loved ones, and help us to never forget that our freedom comes at a great cost. • Be with President Biden, members of Congress, and the Supreme Court, as well as all state and local leaders. • Lord, watch over and keep our first responders safe.

Prayers for those in the military or deployed: We pray for those who serve our nation in the armed services and for those who are deployed, especially those connected with our PoP/PdeP family: Jake Allison, Zachary Carbonell, Kyle Holysz, Matthew Rojas, Amanda S, Greg S, Geoffrey W

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Staff Contacts:
Rev. Ken Green, Senior Pastor
Rev. Adolfo Borges, Assoc. Pastor
David Ludwig, Jr., Worship & Music
Deaconess Ligia Borges, Outreach
DCE Eric Gerken, Families and Youth
Anne Dobbins, Preschool Director
Jim Essig, Senior Adult Ministry
Pam Fuller, Chief of Staff
Adriana Alas, Administrative Assist.
Office Contact information: (407)277-3945 |

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