Happenings at Prince of Peace
Week of July 22, 2018
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Prince of Peace Episcopal Church  

is called to know, love and serve  

Jesus as Savior and Lord,  

to share His healing and transformation with all people.


Pentecost 9
8am & 10am
Psalm 89:20-37
2 Samuel 7:1-14a
Mark 6:30-34,53-56

Worship Without Walls-   We will be out in God's beautiful world at Shoup Park this Sunday, July 22 at 5pm.  Join us as we worship in communion and witness our faith. See George Packer for more information or email him at praywithoutwalls@gmail.com.

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A Midsummer Night's Feast- Saturday, August 18 at 5pm.   Ann & Ray Lowe have graciously opened their home in Chatsworth for this year's POP BBQ pool party.  Sign up on the Patio after 8am & 10am services, or contact Rosemary $15 per person, Food, beverages, friendship & pool (bring your towels). Can you help? - Yes, of course!  Let us know at signups.
RSVP by Sunday for Episcopal Night at Dodger Stadium- Take me out to the ball game for Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks and Fireworks! Reserve your tickets now for Friday, August 31 at 7pm. Tickets are $25 each.   This Sunday, July 22 is the deadline to sign up and pay.  Please make checks payable to Prince of Peace with Dodger Night in the memo line. For more information, please contact the office at 818-346-6968 or office@popwh.org.
Senior Services-  In the past there were very few options for people who needed care during their senior years.  Today, however, there are a bewildering array of choices available ranging from practical help in your home to complicated long-term medical care.  As with anything, knowledge gives you the power to choose wisely. Come to this presentation on Sunday, July 29 at 9am in the Chapel to learn more about the choices available.

Children & Families Ministry-   is seeking a loving, caring adult to help in our nursery during our 10am service.  A few Sundays a month would be a blessing. Please contact Linda Sawyer for more information at family@popwh.org. 

We Are Looking for YOU! Our wonderful children are looking for Sunday school teachers to share their Love of Jesus with them. You need only help once a month during the 10am service. You do not need to prepare anything, just come and help our youngest parishioners though crafts & snack. We will be having a Leaders Meeting on Sunday, August 5, at 9am in Taylor Hall. If you have any further questions please contact Linda Sawyer at family@popwh.org  God Bless You!

 Health Ministry Newsletter-  Our exploration of the Model for Healthy Living continues with a focus on Work.  Work is a reality of life, yet we often look at work as stressful drudgery. It's something we have to do to live and at times, something we do to prove our self worth. Interestingly, we tend to think of the work we do to support ourselves as different from the work we do in service to the church. Pick up a copy of the newsletter from the narthex to read about how the Bible looks at work or, to read now, Click here.

The Community Dinner- will host around 70 homeless guests on Saturday, July 28 at 5pm. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Elizabeth Bates at  elizabethbatescd@gmail.com .

The Way of Love- As a part of Fr. Rand's Sunday sermon about the Christian walk, a portion of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's opening sermon at the General Convention was shared calling on members of the Episcopal Church to embrace a spiritual walk that can help lead us to a Jesus-centered life. He called it "The Way of Love." Rand offers this for you to adopt as a rule for your life:
1.Turn: Pause, listen and choose to follow Jesus.
2. Learn: Reflect daily on scripture, especially the life and teachings of Jesus.
3. Pray: Spend time with God in prayer every day.
4. Worship: Gather in community for worship every week.
5. Bless: Share one's faith and find ways to serve other people.
6. Go: Move beyond your comfort & witness to the love of God in words and action.
7. Rest: Dedicate time for restoration and wholeness.
May you be known for the way you walk the life of Christian faith.
Prayer Shawl Ministry-   The next Prayer Shawl Workshop is Saturday, July 28 at 10am in the Chapel, and is open to all knitters as well as those who would like to learn!   Please contact Kathryn Reasoner for more information.

Labyrinth Walk-  Thursday, July 19 from 6:30-8pm. Come walk the labyrinth with love in your heart and joy in your steps. For more information, please contact Chantel Zimmerman.
Prayer Shawls Available for Giving- Completed Prayer Shawls are in the office and are a wonderful blessing for those who need comfort or healing as well as for those who are celebrating milestones.    Stop by the office or call 818-346-6968. 
Youth Ministry
Marc Miller
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Guitar Lesson Free-For-All: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm - 8pm in the Chapel.
Farewell to Summer Beach Party- Mark your calendar for Sunday, August 12.   Come to church at 10am for worship. We'll leave at 11:30am for the beach. Lunch will be provided and we'll return to the church parking lot between 3:30-4pm. RSVP to Marc at  youth@popwh.org  
Children & Families Ministry
Linda Sawyer
Free Play Sundays 
10am in Taylor Hall
July 22 & 29
& all Sundays in August.

PLAY Games 
CREATE Crafts 
MEET New Friends
Sunday School Calendar 

22        Free Play Sunday, Communion in church
29        Free Play Sunday, Communion in church
5          Free Play Sunday, Communion in Church
12        Free Play Sunday, Communion in Church
19        Free Play Sunday, Communion in Church
26        Free Play Sunday, Communion in Church
2          Labor Day weekend, Free Play Sunday
9          Leaders Meeting 9am
            Sunday School Classes begin at 10am.
Coming this Fall-  Beginning September 9, our children will embark on an adventure to learn what  it means to go into the world and teach others about Jesus. They will see that there is "No Mission Impossible" for those that trust in God's purpose for their lives. Our children will see a church  team go to the country of Kazakhstan and carry out a mission project as well as learn how their own church has carried out missions projects in Uganda. 
Prince of Peace Church
5700 Rudnick Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA  91367
(818) 346-6968