Serving in Love

our beliefs

Why it Matters

Love others. A simple command from Jesus that guides how we should interact with the world. But what does it look like to love others? For us, loving others is serving others. Whether we are collecting school supplies, working on homes locally or afar, packing shoeboxes, or teaming with amazing partners on projects, Prince of Peace is committed to sharing God’s love in action. 

Prince of Peace Mission Trips

Youth and Adults have been blessed through holy service and holy exhaustion by giving a week of their summer and all of their heart. Since 2007, Prince of Peace has been traveling for a week of hard work and service. Participants have found themselves standing on holy ground as they have grown, given, and gained from God’s goodness. 

Life's a Trip...
Prince of Peace has been going on Mission Trips since 2007
Love Does—and We love a Lot on These Trips
Love isn't fond feelings--it is sweat and blood offered for others. We rebuild homes and lives.
Laughter. Community. Connection
These trips drain you of energy and fill you with the fullness of God and His people. It's a blast!
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It is impossible, indeed, to separate works from faith, just as it is impossible to separate heat and light from fire.

community partners

Teamwork. It’s important in all aspects of our lives, and especially when working to help others. Especially when amazing organizations are already on the ground meeting people’s needs where they are. Prince of Peace is grateful to partner with these groups at the local, national, and international levels.

We are gathering people to bring Heaven Here Now. What’s Heaven Here Now? It’s giving people in need just a small glimpse of Heaven by bringing tangible good to their lives. 

We believe in empowering people. When you’re a part of changing your world, you’re joining our initiative to change the world. 

“It is our mission to walk with Christ and serve the needs of others”

Fayette Samaritans is a Christian ministry serving families in Fayette County in critical need of food, clothing and emergency financial assistance. 

The Summer Lunch Program, hosted by Fayetteville First United Methodist Church, partners with Actions Ministries and 15 other area churches and agencies to serve approximately 250 lunches each day to children in Fayette County for 9 weeks in June and July.

Our Vision is to provide a community where Kinship families are empowered to provide a loving, safe, secure and nurturing home for the children in their care so that they can achieve positive long-term outcomes in their lives.

Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center is a nonprofit organization offering physical, spiritual, and emotional support to women, men, and families facing unplanned pregnancies. We serve anyone regardless of age, race, religion, financial, or marital status and offer all of our services at no cost to you.

Women and families receive assistance throughout their pregnancy and beyond by providing educational opportunities through our learning program, guidance from a client advocate, and resources through our Blessing Boutique.

The I-58 Mission Is Designed To Care For Those In Coweta, Fayette, Spalding, And Meriwether Counties By Meeting Physical Needs And Showing The Love Of Christ.

The I-58 Mission, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Christian service agency formed to partner with the community to answer the call of Isaiah 58 to set the oppressed free, share food, provide shelter, and clothe those in need.

Bloom is a refuge where foster children can find safe, nurturing foster families with the training and support to help them heal, and free resources like clothing, school supplies, and toys so they can focus on thriving.

As a faith-based organization, it is the mission of Midwest Food Bank to share the love of Christ by alleviating hunger and malnutrition locally and throughout the world and providing disaster relief; all without discrimination. Our vision is to provide industry-leading food relief to those in need while feeding them spiritually.

Since 1990, young people have been leading the charge and inspiring others to collect dollars and food during the weeks leading to the Big Game. Teaming up with local partners, these groups give 100% of donations to local charities, changing the nation’s largest weekend of football into the largest weekend of caring.

The North American Lutheran Church (NALC) Disaster Response utilizes its network of churches to respond to natural disasters across the nation. 

The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world. Through this project, Samaritan’s Purse partners with the local church worldwide to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and make disciples of the nations.