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On-site Worship Returns to Prince of Peace
Prince of Peace has resumed in-person worship services. Here’s what you need to know to keep everyone safe:
Sign-up for a service is important. Currently, City of Springfield Phase 3 Covid19 Road to Recovery order allows thirty-nine people at worship.
Sign-up for a service begins the TUESDAY prior to each Sunday’s worship or Saturday Evening Worship (first and third Saturday) via the link below, no access code needed. Individuals are asked to read the screening questions included in the sign-up link and respond accordingly.
Temperatures will be checked prior to entering the church. Everyone required to wear masks (available). Social distancing of six feet apart to be maintained. Ushers will direct people to their seat and also dismiss people at end of service.
No passing of the peace; offering plates available at back of church. Water fountain off-limits; nursery closed; restrooms and cry room for emergencies only.
Worship On-Line via FacebookLive
Worship is live each Sunday at 9:30 am. to watch from home if you're sick, have health/safety related issues or concerns about small/large gatherings. Video recordings of Sunday services are available on Facebook. Additionally, sermons posted weekly onPoP YouTube Channel. (Saturday worship is not live/recorded.)
Give with PoP's GivePlus app. Download the app, enter the church's Zip Code - 65810, select PoP from the list, and follow the screen prompts to make a secure one-time donation or recurring donation. Donations may also be mailed to the church: 815 E Farm Road 182, Springfield, MO 65810 or made via the on-line link below.
Grant to me, O God, to know what I ought to know, to love what I ought to love, to praise what delights you most, to value what is precious in your sight, to hate what is offensive to you. Do not allow me to judge according to the sight of my eyes, nor to pass sentence according to the hearing of the ears of the foolish; but to discern with true judgment between things visible and spiritual, and above all things to pursue what is the good pleasure of your holy will, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. (A prayer of Thomas à Kempis, 1380-1472.)