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Second Sunday of Easter
Worship for the foreseeable future will be held via Zoom with a live call at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning
Other services will be posted on YouTube
April 11, 2021


Year B Readings
Acts 4:32-35
Psalm 133 (1)
1 John 1:1—2:2
John 20:19-31

Prayer of the Day
Almighty God, with joy we celebrate the day of our Lord’s resurrection. By the grace of Christ among us, enable us to show the power of the resurrection in all that we say and do, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.

Lay Ministry Groups
April 11: 4
April 18: 1
April 25: 2
May 2: 3


Important Dates to Know
April 11: Annual Congregational Budget Meeting
April 14: Small Group Worship
April 25: Annual Meeting

Church Inquiries: PoP

Official Church Contact: Pastor Emily Kuenker
Phone: 720-579-8229

Communications: Kara Bradford

Bishop Eaton's Easter Message!
Worship for the foreseeable future will be held via Zoom with a live call at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning!
Updated Worship Recommendations (2/24)
We have received new guidelines from the Synod about gathering for worship. Click here to read all about it!
The Paper Pulpit
Click here to read Pastor Emily's letter to the church for March. She writes of her experience at PoP thus far, and offers thoughts on the concept of "practice not perfection."
One of our members, and dear friend of so many at PoP, Cary Youmans, was named Professional Advisor of the Year by Utah State University. This is such an incredible achievement. To read more, click this link and scroll to the bottom of the page. 
Stewardship for All Seasons
Garden Task Force
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, with its existing lawn and empty lot south of the church building, has the opportunity to create a great space for its members and to share with its neighbors and community. Click here to read more. 


Bishop Eaton Issues Statement on Gun Violence
Dear Church, 
As a nation we have lived through a very difficult two weeks following the mass shootings in Atlanta on March 16 and again in Boulder, Colo., on March 22. The shooting in Colorado was only the most recent of 104 mass shootings already in 2021. Colorado has a painful history of mass shootings. Since 1993 the deadliest incidents have been the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, the mass shooting in a movie theater in Aurora and now the 10 lives taken, including the life of a responding police officer, at a supermarket in Boulder.

Together with God, we grieve with the families and communities impacted by gun violence — especially in communities where it is an everyday occurrence. These shootings are not isolated but rather a pattern of the gun violence crisis in the United States. The numbers of victims tell only a part of the pain — the trauma caused by gun violence ripples across family members, friends, neighborhoods, communities and this country.

As we near the Sunday of the Passion, we enter into the suffering of Christ and into solidarity with the sufferings of the world. As we look to the healing power of the cross, we celebrate the gift of peace through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. As followers of Jesus, we are empowered to take up the challenge to prevent violence and grapple with the complex causes that make violence so pervasive.

The ELCA is a church in society striving for peace in all the world. Let us join with others in calling for greater gun safety, including preventing easy access to assault-style weapons and strengthening our federal system of background checks for all gun sales. We call for support and protection for those living out their vocations to protect and defend society, enforce the law and work toward restorative justice. We pray for rostered ministers who provide support and counseling services to those affected by gun-violence-related crimes even as we pray for the perpetrators of violent acts. We call upon congregations to hold safe space for those dealing with the fears and threats related to violence in all its manifestations. 

In Christ,
The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton
Presiding Bishop
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Bishop Eaton issues statement on gun violence - ELCA
Job Opportunity
My name is Deanna Outsen and I am a member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Logan Utah. I am also the Facility Operations Advisor for the Beta Nu Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at USU.  We are currently looking for a house director for next year (Fall and Spring) and the posting is listed below. This is the perfect part time job for a person attending graduate school, a young married couple, or a retired person, who is willing to live on campus in an apartment located within the house who will live with 12-25 housed chapter members.  The actual work week consists of approximately 10 hours of work.  The job posting for House Director for Alpha Chi Omega Sorority may be viewed here: all interested candidates can apply via Indeed or email with a copy of their resume.

Full Job Description
New and Improved Blessing Box
We have installed a new Blessing Box in the front of the church (in the same place as the old one). It is seeing a lot of use these days. We would like to keep it replenished for any who need assistance. Keep in mind that it is not a working refrigerator so if you'd like to help, nonperishable foods and supplies are still best! 
Pastor Emily will be out of the office from April 5th to the 13th. In case of emergency, please leave a detailed message on her cell phone number and she will respond as quickly as possible.
Continuing Small Group!
Join us for Small Group Worship this Wednesday, April 14th at 7:00 p.m. A zoom link will be sent out in this week's updates email. 
Giving During COVID-19
We are truly thankful for your continued support of Prince of Peace during this challenging time. Here are a few ways to make a contribution while social distancing:

1) Write a check and mail it to the church.
2) Use your bank’s bill pay option and they will mail a check to the church.
3) At this time, the only way to do a direct deposit to the church account is to sign up for
Simply Giving through the company Vanco. Prince of Peace has been working with this
company for quite awhile with no problems. They do charge a percentage fee to the church for this service.There is a form you need to fill out; and the Financial Secretary can set it up. The form asks for name, address, Amount and frequency of contribution and your bank account info.(I will try and attach a pdf of the form for viewing. To protect your personal information, please do not email the form to me or the church).
4) FYI: For the safety of the counters:
A) If you are mailing a contribution, please only use water or tape for sealing the
envelope or use a self‐sealing envelope.
B) For right now, please no cash.

5) If you need to talk to me my phone numbers are in the directory.

Please Stay Safe!
In the Peace of Christ,

Gini Anderson
Financial Secretary

Vanco Authorization Form PDF
Happy Birthday!
PoP wishes K. Scott (April 24), Kathy Scott (April 25), and Jon G. (April 19) happy birthdays this month. We hope your days are fantastic!
         Income     Expenses     Bottom Line
FYD   $
113,520     $94,834     $+18,685
Feb.   $9,623          $9,932        $-309

FYD = Fiscal-year-to-date
Feb. = February 2021
Kristi Grussendorf wrote this month's Council Corner, "The Art of Balance." She relates life and balance to her work with watercolor. She also shares one of her beautiful watercolor pieces. To read her article, click here!
Prayers for safe travel for Pastor Emily

Prayers for the city of Minneapolis and all those involved in the trial of State v. Derek Chauvin. 

Continued prayers for Cory and for Trish (Paula's nephew and his mother-in-law) as they continue to heal.

Prayers for Gladys who needs safe and stable housing urgently.

Prayers for all those who struggle with mental illness and prayers for our society that we might destigmatize and more readily recognize mental illness and reach out to help those who are suffering. 

Prayers for all those whose lives have been shattered by gun violence.
New Recommendations from the Synod Office! (Updated as of 2/24)
Pastor Emily is most reachable on her cell phone (720-579-8229) or through email ( Please feel free to connect anytime. Pastor Emily's typical days off are Friday and Saturday, and she does not check her phone or work email during her time off. However, should you need to reach her in an emergency please call and leave a message on her cell phone and she will connect with you as quickly as possible.
For more information on COVID-19 in Utah
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