Go therefore and make disciples of all nations. -Matthew 28:19

Prince of Peace participates in making disciples of all nations by first and foremost preaching the good news of Jesus Christ, and also through formation in our Life Groups. In addition, we move beyond the walls of our church building by partnering with local and global mission partners. If you or your organization would like to partner with Prince of Peace for the sake of mission, visit our Missions Application page to see our criteria for partnership and to apply.

Anglican Frontier Missions

AFM is a missionary society that sends missionaries to plant indigenous churches among the largest and least evangelized peoples in the world. AFM works alongside churches, mobilizing them to send short- and long-term missionaries to do pioneer, frontier missions in areas where a viable and visible church still does not exist.

Angola - Overland Missions

Partnering with Overland Missions, Prince of Peace supports the Hoyme family as they live in Humpata, Angola. Their work consists of evangelizing the unreached people of Southwest Angola, and to bring much needed medical care. They pioneered gospel ministry with the Mucubale Tribe, and have been the first to explain the gospel to entire villages and regions in Southwest Angola.

Mission in Southeast Asia

Prince of Peace supports Bruce and Ching Behnken, missionaries that travel all over Southeast Asia. They have trained several thousand pastors and leaders that plant churches and share the Gospel. The pastors and leaders that Bruce and Ching train go on to train thousands more across at least nine nations.

Blessing 47

For years, Prince of Peace has provided dinner for Fire Station 47. Throughout the year, families from Prince of Peace will bring Fire Station 47 dinner as an expression of God's love. Additionally, during Sunday worship we offer prayers for our military, law enforcement, and fire service men and women.