Our Mission

MISSION STATEMENT

Rooted in the historic Warnersville community and the African-descent tradition, Prince of Peace is a multicultural Christian community that lifts every voice to sing with the joy of Jesus 

by investing in the gifts of our community, building diverse relationships, and bearing prophetic witness to our church and world. 

STATEMENT OF WELCOME

We believe that all people are created in the image of God. As a Reconciling in Christ congregation, we welcome, include, and celebrate people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions in the life of our community. 

WHAT WE BELIEVE

At Prince of Peace, we are committed to living out God’s mission for us on earth.  This is an exciting, messy, challenging, rewarding, and grace-filled (even if not always graceful) calling that leads us into worship, service, and fellowship with one another, our community, and the world.

 

We are a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. This means that we believe that God has already saved the world by grace through the faithfulness of Jesus Christ.  This is a free gift of God’s love, and our actions (good or bad) play no part in it.  It’s already been done.  But this gift is also a call – it is a call to go out and share this good news with a world that desperately needs to hear it.

We believe that the good news of Jesus Christ is stronger than the powers of evil.  This means that we try to live lives of love and generosity and hospitality instead of fear and scarcity and security.  We don’t always get it right, but we do always strive to better live out our baptism.

We’d love for you to come by sometime and help us to discern what God is up to in our lives and community, and what God is calling us to do and be.  You are welcome here.

© 2020 Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

​Find us: 

1100 Curtis St Greensboro, NC 27406

​​Call us:

336-378-9738

Email us:

GoodNews@princeofpeacegso.org

Sunday Schedule:

Worship at 11 am

Faith Formation at 10 am

Children's Sunday School

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