Prince of Peace Church is called to know, love, and serve Jesus

as Savior and Lord, to share his healing and transformation with all people.

Service in person:

this Sunday at

8am and 10 am

The 10am service is

live streamed.

5th Sunday in LENT

Download the bulletin
Download the hymns


  • April 2nd: Passion/Palm Sunday - services at 8 and 10pm.
  • April 3,4,5 at 8am Holy Eucharist in the Chapel 
  • April 6:  Maundy Thursday - Holy Eucharist service at noon and 7pm (Preceded by a meal in the RFC at 6pm)
  • April 6 - 7 Watch With Me from 8pm on Thursday until Noon on Friday
  • April 7: Good Friday - service at noon; evening program on YouTube
  • April 7: Immediately following the noon service, until dusk, take a self-guided tour of the Stations of the Cross. Beautiful banners throughout the PoP campus offer the opportunity to reflect, pray, and consider Christ as he walked the Way of the Cross.
  • April 8: Holy Saturday - Easter Vigil (1st Eucharist of Easter - 8pm) at 8pm.
  • April 9: Easter Sunday - Identical Services at 8 and 10am followed by Easter Egg hunts (at both services)

From the Deacon's Desk:

The Stations of the Cross, also known as The Way of the Cross, is coming to a church near you. As you may well know, the Stations of the Cross is a series of 14 images, paintings or carvings, portraying the events leading up to the crucifixion of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The images begin with the condemnation of Jesus by Pontius Pilate and conclude with Jesus’ entombment by Joseph of Arimathea. Sometimes a 15th representation is included in the series, that of the resurrection, but we should really wait until Easter Sunday for the miraculous conclusion of the Way of the Cross. Walking the Stations of the Cross can be done at anytime of the year, and many churches have permanent displays of the stations for just that reason. But walking the Way of the Cross is especially poignant during Holy Week on Good Friday.

Last year we displayed the 14 stations in the Reasoner Family Center as the concluding portion of the Good Friday evening service. This year following the Good Friday service at noon, those wishing to, may walk the Stations of the Cross that will be placed around the campus. A brochure will be available as a guide to what each station represents, and you can spend as much time as you wish at each station to meditate, contemplate, and truly enter into the suffering that our Lord endured as he walked the Way of the Cross.

Walking the Stations of the Cross, as in walking the Labyrinth, is a practice of pilgrimage that can deepen your spiritual life as well as your prayer life. If you have been participating in the small group study of The Prayer Course, you probably have discovered that an important Prayer Tool is undertaking a Pilgrimage or as St. Augustine tells us “Things are solved by walking”. Walking the stations will enrich your Lenten experience and bring you closer to the incredible experience of the two on the road to Emmaus –Jesus is and will always be waking with you.

Deacon George+

Lenten Bible Study:

The Book of Psalms

 Join Father Brian this Sunday at 9am in the Guild Room for the final Sunday of the Book of Psalms' study.

Medical workers are ministers of God’s healing power whose work can be tiring and emotionally taxing.  We pray thanks for their commitment to the wellness of our community, and that they would be encouraged to continue in their vocation. This week’s prayer for Doctors and Nurses is from the Book of Common Prayer.

Sanctify, O Lord, those whom you have called

to the study and practice of the arts of healing,

and to the prevention of disease and pain. 

Strengthen them by your life-giving Spirit,

that by their ministries

the health of the community

may be promoted and your creation glorified;

through Jesus Christ our Lord.


 LENTEN OUTREACH: Your Outreach Committee of the Vestry has chosen Episcopal Development and Relief: assistance for Turkey and Syria as the recipient of this year's LENTEN OUTREACH. The link below connects to the Prince of Peace page that has been established for giving to ERD this Lenten Season

OR, you can scan the QR quote below to make a donation.

MAUNDY THURSDAY: Holy Eucharist service at noon and then 7pm (Preceded by a meal in the RFC at 6pm). The meal will be a simple "soup, salad, and bread" with a free-will offering. PLEASE sign up on the patio following the 8 and 10am service THIS SUNDAY to ensure we know how many will attend, or call or email the office to reserve your spot! (, 818-346-6968)

Dedications for Easter flowers can be made in the blue envelopes in the pews or email or call the office (, 818-346-6968). Please include the wording of the dedication you would like printed in the Easter Bulletin.

Children and Family Ministry

Lenten Memory Verse: “Let the children come to me. Don’t stop them because the kingdom of heaven belongs to people who are like these children.” (Matthew 19:14)

GRIEF is a difficult topic, yet this our word for the week. In this week’s story, Mary and Martha are sad and grieving because their brother, Lazarus, has died. They asked Jesus to come, and he was late?! He cries with them, and then the most surprising thing happens!

Walking the labyrinth is a way to pray – walk and talk with Jesus and grow a heart for God. The parts of the labyrinth are tied to the acronym for PRAY (Pause, Rejoice, Ask and Yes to God). In the past 3 weeks we have focused on the Labyrinth parts:

Threshold - Pause to greet God,

Walking In path - Rejoice as we come to Jesus,

Center/Heart of the labyrinth - Ask Jesus, take time to rest with Him and give him our heart.

This week we finally focus on the Walking Out path where we Yield. To yield to Jesus is saying “yes” to Jesus because you know He hears your prayers. He is with us no matter… whether are experiencing joy or GRIEF.

God bless you and all the children Jesus entrusted in our care!


Alma Fountain


Please bring goodies for the Easter Eggs. Don’t forget to join us in filling the Easter Eggs at the Reasoner Family Center immediately after the 10am service on Palm Sunday (April 2).

SCOUTS' PANCAKE BREAKFAST- THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 26TH, IN THE SOUTH PARKING LOT: Plan to have breakfast preceding or following either worship service with your friends as our local scout troop prepares breakfast! Donations support our scout troop's activities.

ECW CANDY AND BAKE SALE ON PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 2ND! On the patio following both the 8 o'clock and 10 o'clock services. These items make lovely hostess gifts for Easter. Baked items can be brought to the Guild Room on Saturday, April 1st between 12 noon and 2pm. Thank you in advance for supporting the ECW which sponsors the Kathie Clark Scholarship Fund.

         3/26           Scouts Pancake Breakfast in our parking lot

                            Days for Girls

         4/2             Palm Sunday - Bake/Candy Sale


March 19th prayer requests and thanksgivings 

have been compiled and are available here for your prayers and meditation. Updated prayer requests are now available on a WEEKLY basis, rather than monthly, thanks to Christine Lehman! Thank you, Christine!

  • Please submit your prayer requests and thanksgivings in church on the yellow or blue prayer slips, OR by clicking here.

Prince of Peace Church

5700 Rudnick Ave,

Woodland Hills, CA 91367

+1 818-346-6968