Tornado Relief

DONATIONS STILL NEEDED❗ There is still a large need for donations of household goods for those affected by the recent storms. Starting July 1, donations can be dropped off Mondays and Tuesdays from 10 AM - 4 PM. The tornado donation center is located 9246 Portage Industrial Drive in Portage.

The center is running very low on the following items:
- Diaper Rash Cream
- Shampoo
- Conditioner
- Body Wash
- Disinfectant Spray
- Disinfectant Wipes
- Sensitive Skin Laundry Soap
- Gallon Ziplock Bags
- Toilet Bowl Cleaner
- Rubber Gloves

FOOD DONATIONS can be made to Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes at 901 Portage Street in Kalamazoo. Call (269) 488-2617, ext. 218 for large-scale food donations.

CLOTHING, TOYS, SMALL APPLIANCES, AND FURNITURE DONATIONS can be made to Goodwill Industries of Southwestern Michigan (Locations).

Community Faith Stories

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Just World

Growing up with a Christian mother and a Muslim father, Tim learned about two different faith traditions.  He learned Christian traditions from his mother and grandparents who took him to church periodically and celebrated Christian holidays.  His father taught him Muslim traditions, and when Tim was a teenager, his father took him to Palestine to meet his relatives and learn about their culture.  

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Beyond All Expectations

Through his work career and time in the army and national guard, Paul had gained organizational skills and learned he had a heart for service.  Looking for a faith community, Paul and his wife came to Prince of Peace, which proved to be a “very comfortable fit for him,” said Paul, due to the church’s involvement within the community. 

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Food Distribution
The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month

We have a drive through Food Distribution program, supplied by the SouthMichigan Food Bank, every month on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays.  The distribution starts at 1pm and goes until 3pm or until we run out of food. 

On the 1st Thursday of the month, we hold a FreeStore, along with the Food Distribution. Clients are able to pick two items per car of either personal care or household care products. 

Refugee Resettlement
You can give to Refugee Resettlement by making a monetary donation or by donating something from our on-going needs list.

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Clicking the button below will take you to our giving app. Enter the amount of your donation. Select "Refugee Resettlement" from the "To:" drop down box. Then provide your Credit Card or Bank information. 

Refugee resettlement is on-going and we continue to have needs to support the agencies bringing families to our area. Click on the Refugee needs to see the current needs. 

Monetary Donations Refugee Re-settlement needs
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In order to grow in faith as individuals and as a community, we need opportunities to experience God's love and practice following Jesus outside of worship. We get to know one another by sharing our lives and serving others together. We've had to be creative in how we do that safely during a pandemic, but our community has been strengthened by Zoom Bible studies and book discussion groups, outoor service projects like tree planting and gardening and food distribution, and more! We'd love to have you join us.

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