We Partner with…

Prince of Peace partners with a number of local, national, and worldwide organizations.

  • Arm in Arm - Founded by Nassau Presbyterian and Trinity Episcopal in Princeton, Arm in Arm has been serving Mercer County since 1980 with food, housing, and job support. Prince of Peace often donates organic produce from its Peace Garden to Arm in Arm .
  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America - The national church body of which Prince of Peace is a member. Through its offerings, Prince of Peace supports ministries around the world including World Hunger, HIV/AIDS Ministry, Lutheran Disaster Response, and campus and outdoor ministries. The ELCA states: We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God's grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person--questions, complexities and all. Join us as we do God's work in Christ's name for the life of the world.
  • Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey (LSM/NJ) - Prince of Peace partners with LSM/NJ to serve persons of all ages who are in need by providing Easter grocery bags, backpacks and school supplies, Christmas gifts, and in other ways, as requested.
  • Resurrection Lutheran Church - Prince of Peace works with this nearby congregation on and off by joining their VBS program as volunteers or students and through combined efforts on serving the needy in our areas such as collecting food for their food bank when shortages occur, by volunteering there, and by donating or creating hats and scarves for families using the food bank for Christmas.
  • St. Bartholomew Lutheran, Trenton, is Prince of Peace's closest church partner. The two congregations share ministry in many ways, including worship, fellowship, and community outreach.
  • The New Jersey Synod of the ELCA - Prince of Peace is a member of this synod, which oversees and coordinates the congregations in New Jersey. It sponsors mission trips to Bosnia, which Prince of Peace supports by decorating handbags and making pillows and other items.
  • Oasis Ministries offers ecumenical training programs in spiritual direction and contemplative prayer practices — deepening growth through spiritual companioning, day workshops, and retreat leadership. It holds regular workshops at The House Next Door. For more information, contact Pastor Dale Froehlke, dale.graceministries@gmail.com.
  • Thrivent provides insurance and financial services to its members. Through its Action Teams program it has supported the building of a shed at the church's Peace Garden and helped with the purchase of picnic benches for the Meditation Garden.
  • Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) - Prince of Peace makes regular donations to TASK and several members have volunteered there. Donated items can be dropped in the TASK box in the church entryway.
  • Trenton Rescue Mission - Clothing drives are organized twice a year, usually  in June and October. A box for donation is in the Gathering Area during those months.
  • West Windsor Area Ministerium (WHAM) is an unofficial association of 32 members of clergy representing 20 Houses of Worship and 4 Ministries in the Townships of Cranbury, East Windsor, Hightstown, Plainsboro and West Windsor in Central New Jersey. It was was formed in 1976 by clergy in the area for the purpose of developing cooperation and understanding of social and cultural problems among their Houses of Worship.
  • Womanspace - Prince of Peace has supported Womanspace with donations and by participating in the Communities of Light campaign.