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Outreach & Events

God's Work. Our Hands.

Men's Devotional Breakfasts

A time of fellowship and devotions. Next breakfast will be held Saturday, May 11th at 9am.

POP-Out: Self-defense class

We will be having a self-defense class, taught by Jen's mom, on Saturday May 11th, time to be determined. It will be held at the Allegheny County Martial Arts Center, located at the fairgrounds in South Park. There is no charge, but donations to the non-profit martial arts center would be welcome.

Mark your calendars now for our next craft show on Saturday, May 18th, from 10am-3pm, held at the South Park Economics Building! We'll have 40+ vendors, raffles, and a live DJ, as well as four food trucks: Hibachi Lou, The Boonseek, Scorch Garden, and The Roaming Bean.

PLUM's 20th Anniversary Service

Come celebrate the 20th anniversary of PLUM with a special Saturday service, held June 29th at 11am at Christ Lutheran in Duquesne. PLUM would like to gather a combined adult choir and children choir. If anyone is interested in singing at this service, please see Casey.

PLUM Summer Gatherings

Please join POP and the other PLUM churches at one or both summer gatherings. The first gathering will be July 25th at 5:30pm at Settlers Ridge. The second gathering will be August 22nd at 5:30pm at White Oaks. More details to come - we hope to see you there!

On Saturday, September 7th, join PLUM for a God's Work, Our Hands mission project, from 10am-12:30pm at Christ Lutheran Church in Duquesne. This is PLUM's 7th annual mission project working with the faith-based organization Rise Against Hunger to host a meal packaging event. We'll coordinate an assembly-line packaging of highly nutritious meals. Together we will package 13,000 meals that will be sent to school feeding programs around the world, medical clinics, child growth and development centers, elder care, and crisis and disaster centers. We'll also need a group of able-bodied people at Christ Lutheran at 9am to help unload the truck and set up the fellowship hall for the event. The actual meal packaging will take place at 10am sharp. School-aged children are welcome and encouraged to be part of this wonderful project!

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is now on Band!


To see a calendar of our events, download the Band app and either click the link below or scan the QR code to join.

Band app logo - a green square with a white letter B inside.
QR Code leading to the POP page on the Band app

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Past Projects

Three people are performing. A blonde woman with a clover scarf and a drum stands on the far right. A woman with brown hair and a shirt reading "Live Generously" sings into a microphone. A man on the right plays a guitar and sings into a microphone. There is a gold and green backdrop hanging behind them.
A small toddler sits on the Easter Bunny's lap, eyebrows up in excitement.
Pastor John poses with the Easter Bunny, both waving at the camera
Pastor Brenda kneels next to the Easter Bunny and smiles
A toddler in a purple dress sits on the Easter Bunny's lap. Surrounding the pair are three women who smile at the camera.
A family smiles for a photo with Santa. A man with grey hair and a beard stands behind Santa next to a blonde woman wearing glasses. Both wear green sweaters. A child stands on either side of Santa in red shirts.
Santa visits the children working on crafts.Susan, a brunette woman with bangs and a red sweater, stands next to Santa Claus. They are behind a table filled with stickers and craft supplies. Seated at the table are two children, another brunette woman in a red shirt, and Jingle the Elf, wearing a glittery green and red dress.
Santa poses with his helpers: a blonde elf wearing a sparkly green and red dress, and a woman with grey hair wearing a red T-shirt and a white headband.
A young woman in a giant banana costume gives the peace sign next to a car trunk decorated as a monster.
A man dressed in construction gear holds a red wand light and speaks in a megaphone. Next to him is an open car trunk with a skeleton holding a rainbow leash to a black dog decoration.
A woman in a Steelers sweatshirt sits at a table with a box of oreos. The tablecloth reads "It's Game Day!"
A woman in a brown teddy bear onsie stands at a table with various chips and snacks.
Eleven people line up in the grass, holding or kneeling by their dogs. A sign reads "Pet Blessings"

POP-Out: Irish Pub Sing

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Irish Pub Sing! Thank you to Jack and Jen Puskar for all of their musical talents. A special thank you to a spontaneous violin player who joined us, Alex. Hope you all had a wonderful time!

Easter Bunny Visits

Thank you to everyone who came to visit the Easter Bunny, and everyone that helped the Easter Bunny, and everyone that donated cookies and crafts. Even Pastor Brenda and Pastor John got in on the action. Hope you all have a blessed Easter!

POP-Out: Game Nights

We held two board game nights at the church, one in January and one in February. Both were a boatload of fun!

Visits with Santa

Santa stopped by Prince of Peace, so lots of kids and families got to take pictures with Santa Claus. Then, they got to do a few different crafts and have cookies and something to drink. It was so much fun! Thank you to everyone who came.

Pet CPR Training

We held a pet CPR training session at POP on November 17th. It was very informative. We thank both the instructor and the folks who were able to attend!

POP-Out: Oglebay Lights (Bus Trip)

We took a bus trip to see the Oglebay lights together. Thanks to those who joined us - we had a blast!

Thanksgiving Boxes

Thank you to all who donated food or gift cards for the Thanksgiving boxes. We were able to provide complete fixings for a Thanksgiving Dinner to four families.

Trunk or Treat

We had a great turnout for our Trunk or Treat event on October 21. Due to weather, half of our participating "trunks" moved inside, but a few brave souls remained outside to welcome guests. It was a lot of fun and we had over 70 members of the community dress up and trunk-or-treat with us!

Pet Blessings

Thank you to Pleasant Hills Arboretum for allowing Pastor Allyn and Prince of Peace to have our 3rd annual pet blessing service on October 7th. It turned out to be a beautiful fall morning, and we had record numbers in attendance: 28 people, 20 dogs, 3 cats, and a hermit crab. Thank you to Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, Funeral Home, and Crematory for the dog items they donated, so that we were able to put together gift bags for all who attended. Thank you to everyone who attended, you all made it a special event. Hope to see you next year!

Craft and Vendor Show (September)

We hosted a Craft and Vendor Show on Saturday, September 23rd, at the South Park Economics Building. Thank you to all of the vendors and food truck vendors, the MANY people who attended, and to ALL of the volunteers who helped! Congratulations to all the people who won the basket raffles, the wine rack raffle, and the 50/50 drawing. We hope you all had as much fun as we did. Our next craft show will be May 18th, same place, so mark you calendars now!

Beehives for Heifer International

Throughout the summer, we have explored our stewardship of creation. We began our emphasis of this care with our friend AlBee and his bee friends. We have been receiving a noisy offering weekly with the purpose of purchasing beehives through Heifer International to help not only bees
but families and communities. We sponsored 15 hives, and a matching campaign multiplied our donation by 3, resulting in 45 hives!

Back to School Drive

Thank you to all who supported our Glade Run “Back to School Drive. A trunk full of items plus gift cards were donated! Many children and families will begin the school year with the supplies they need thanks to your generosity.

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