Current Weekend Worship Schedule at POP
Saturday at 5:30 pm
Sunday at 8:15 & 10:30 am
Saturday 5:30 pm 
Sunday 10:30 am 
Nov. 6 & 7 - Set Clocks Back
Nov. 7 - Town Hall
Nov. 13 & 14 - Veterans Day and Armed Forces Recognition
Nov. 13 - Nest Collective Run/Swim
Nov. 14 - Operation Christmas Child Due
Nov. 17 - Christmas Decorating
Nov. 18 - ECHO Thanksgiving Food Cards Due
Nov. 27 & 28 - Bethlehem Craft Sale at POP
Dec. 4 - Surviving the Holiday Grief Share
Dec. 4 - Leaf Raking
Dec. 16 - ECHO Christmas Food Cards Due
Jan 2-9 - Hypothermia

For details read below or email
Thanksgiving and Advent schedule coming soon!
Town Hall
The BoSL will host a Town Hall meeting on Nov. 7th at 7:30 pm. This meeting will be on zoom and we will send a link on the day of the meeting. The main topic will be the DCE Search Committee’s update/progress. The Nov. 14h Listening Post that was scheduled is canceled in favor of the Nov. 7th Town Hall.
Veterans Day and Armed Forces Recognition
At worship, next weekend on November 13 & 14, active duty and veterans will be recognized.

Wear your uniform if you can.

Lapel pins from LCMS Ministry to Armed Forces will be given after worship.
Nest Collective Run/Swim Fundraiser
Run & Swim for the Nest is back! On November 13, POP's very own, Jerry Nepodal and Erin Summers will once again run and swim to raise money to support The Nest Collective's mission! Jerry's goal is to swim 300+ continuous minutes and Erin's goal is to run a half marathon.

The Swim-for-the-Nest and Run-for-the Nest fundraisers will allow us to meet one of our most basic, yet most impactful, needs.  ALL funds raised from the events will be used to provide complete bed sets (new mattress, frame, and bedding) to our most in-need clients.

Pick up your box today in the Church lobby!
POP Church Christmas Decorating
Bethlehem Olivewood Crafts at POP
On November 27-28, 2021, after each worship service, Dr. George Ghanem from the Holy Land Christian Solidarity Cooperative will be hosting a display of handmade olivewood carvings from Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Available for purchase will be olive wood nativity sets, crosses, Christmas ornaments, candle holders, angles, and more!

These carvings are handmade by Christian families in Bethlehem who rely on sales for their daily bread. For more than ten years Bethlehem Christians have been enduring many hardships as tourism in Bethlehem has plummeted and access to other sources of income has been sharply restricted due to the ongoing conflict and the COVID 19 pandemic. Many Christians left their homeland. The Christian population of the Holy Land went down from 30% in the last century to almost 1% today.

Please help support our Christian brothers and sisters in Bethlehem by purchasing their carvings. Proceeds go to support Christian artisans from Bethlehem. George Ghanem, an indigenous Christian from Bethlehem will be standing by the carvings after all the worship services. Let us keep Bethlehem a Christian town forever. It is never too late to help! Please visit our website to purchase your gifts online:
Saturday, December 4, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

The Care Ministry is offering a Grief Share program entitled "Surviving the Holidays." The sessions will help participants develop ways to deal with emotions surrounding grief and loss; also how to cope with holiday social settings and move forward into the future. Childcare will be provided for children under the age of 7 years old. A light dinner will be served. Cost: $15.00 to cover books and meal. To register please contact Deaconess Cassie Brown at 703-451-5855.
Fall Clean Up
On Saturday, December 4, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm come join the fun as we rake leaves and get the flower beds ready for winter. Bring your rakes, blowers, gloves, garden shears etc. and we will have the work done in no time!
Sign Up Early and Volunteer!
Comfort & Warmth Donations for Hypothermia

When shopping for gifts for our family and friends this Holiday season, please consider purchasing something extra for our Hypothermia guests. This year, our clothing donation will be tailored to essential items with the focus on “comfort & warmth”.

Please donate NEW items for men and women from the following list:
  • Scarves
  • Gloves & Mittens
  • Hats & Caps
  • Hand Warmers 
  • T-shirts
  • Socks
  • Underwear

Look for the collection box in the narthex starting November 20th and continuing until December 31st. Thank you in advance!
If questions, please email Sue Sweet.
Prince of Peace is collecting gift cards that will go towards Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets for our neighbors in need. Please drop off your gift cards in the church office.

Thanksgiving deadline - November 18
Christmas deadline - December 16

For full details of what ECHO needs including toys bought from Amazon that can be delivered right to ECHO click HERE.
New Website
Dear Prince of Peace Family and Friends,

We are so excited to present to you our new website design put together by POP Lay Leader, Suzanne Oakley.

Please take a look at the video below to help you learn the new navigation. We would love to hear your feedback so please email
Usher and Communion Assistants Needed!
Prince of Peace needs volunteers to assist with ushering and communion during the 8:15 am and 10:30 am Sunday services. You do not need prior experience. And you choose the dates you’re available to assist. If you’re willing to help, please click the buttons below.