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PRINCE OF PEACE IS REOPENING on August 2

Prince of Peace is welcoming people for in person worship at 9am on Sundays beginning on August 2nd.  You can also watch our streamed service at 10:30am on the church’s Facebook Page.

To worship in person, reservations are required. Please call the office at 518-371-2226 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and leave your name, the number of people attending, and a cell phone number where you can be reached if possible.

Masks over your nose and mouth and social distancing are required at all our services. Our goal is to keep everyone safe while we worship.

**By entering Prince of Peace you are attesting that you have not felt sick in the last 5 days, have not had a fever in the last 48 hours, have not been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 that you know about, you or a household member has not traveled to any of the states listed on the Governor’s current Travel Advisory list in the last 14 days, and you have not tested positive for COVID-19, or if you have, you have since tested negative.**

PRINCE OF PEACE IS REOPENING (Click Panel for Info)
Service Time: 9:00 AM - In person worship (See above) 10:30 AM - On Facebook
4 Northcrest Dr Clifton Park, New York 12065-2714 - Phone: 518.371.2226

Links

Lutheran Sites

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
http://www.elca.org

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
http://www.elcic.ca

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Zimbabwe
http://www.elcz.co.zw

The Upstate New York Synod
http://www.upstatenysynod.org

Lutheran World Relief
http://www.lwr.org

Other Church Sites

The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA
http://www.ncccusa.org

Youth Sites

The Young Lutheran
Welcome to THE place for Lutheran youth on the web.
Explore, connect, have fun! We're all on this journey together.
http://www.theyounglutheran.org

Resources and Help

Samaritan Counseling Center
Samaritan Counseling Center expresses the healing love of God by promoting psychological and spiritual health through a ministry of pastoral counseling, psychotherapy and education to persons of varied financial means. Prince of Peace has entered into a relationship with the Samaritan Counseling Center.  See Covenant
http://www.samaritancounselingcenter.org

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
http://www.thrivent.com

The Lutheran
Is the magazine of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
http://www.thelutheran.org

EPES - Educación Popular en Salud
Popular Education for Health in Chile was started 35 years ago as a health training project of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Chile. EPES advocates for public health policy, for justice and dignity in health care, and for the prevention of gender violence. For more information go to: http://www.epes.cl

EPES - Escuela Internacional De Educación Popular En Salud
Since 2010 community health educators from 19 countries including Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Kenya, Peru, and the United States have attended the Escuela. Those who attended became acquainted with the community participatory methodologies and strategies developed by EPES in its 35 years of working in the field. The 150 women and men who have participated in the Escuela have created a powerful network of health educators throughout Latin America and in the African communities of Kenya.

Christian Sites

The Interview With God
A website to help us feel a little closer to heaven... a gentle reminder that we are not alone.
http://www.theinterviewwithgod.com

Father's Love Letter
God Loves You! And He is the Father you have been looking for all your life.
This is His love letter to you.
http://www.fathersloveletter.com/fllpreviewlarge.html

Informative Sites

Pastor Chuck's Blog
http://www.theisaacpapers.blogspot.com

Local Community

CRTC, the Capital Region Theological Center
http://www.crtc.org

Clifton Park
http://www.cliftonpark.org

The Town of Halfmoon
http://www.townofhalfmoon.org

State Government

New York State
http://www.ny.gov

Federal Government

Contact your Representative
http://www.house.gov/writerep

Contact your Senator
http://www.senate.gov/contacting/index.cfm