Rooted in Community,
Centered in Service
Prince of Peace was established in 1970 as a center for service in the historic African American neighborhood of Warnersville in Greensboro, NC.
Two years later, alongside programs for youth development, housing, and social services, a worshiping community was born.
Now we are a multicultural, LGBTQIA+ affirming congregation with a legacy of raising up leaders, centered on African descent witness and service with our neighbors.
We are a Reconciling in Christ congregation which means we celebrate people of all sexual orientations and gender expressions.
Our Core Values
Click a value to hear testimonies
from our community members
African Descent Witness
We are a multicultural community committed to our African descent roots.
We embrace all people and their unique gifts.
We invest in deep relationships in our church and our neighborhood.
We are determined to see God's dream of justice become reality.
In praise and in sorrow, we find joy in Jesus.
Prince of Peace was originally envisioned as a center for service in Warnersville after federal urban renewal leveled the neighborhood. Service with the community beyond our walls is part of our DNA.
Prince of Peace is located in a historic neighborhood with an important story. Watch this short film to learn about Warnersville, the first community of land-owning formerly enslaved people in Greensboro.