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Prince Of Peace Lutheran Church on Honolulu, HI
 What's Happening at Prince of Peace...

WHERE WE LIVE THERE ARE RAINBOWS...

After his visit to Germany, POP member, Ric Trimillos, delivered the "Rainbow" poster drawn by the children of Kroppenstedt. Following his report of his exciting experience with our sister congregation, members of POP gathered to send a photo with charter member, Marge Becker, doing the honors. Ric reported that it seemed that the whole town turned out to welcome him with the Mayor and local dignitaries and church leaders participating. The town newspaper printed a full-page article with pictures.

POP AMBASSADOR VISITS KROPPENSTEDT...

POP member, Ric Trimillos, served as our Ambassador to our sister congregation in Kroppenstedt, Germany, to deliver a $1000 gift to aid the congregation with their ministry with refugees from the Near East. This small German congregation has successfully helped resettle seven families into neighboring German towns but continues to support these new friends as they become contributing German citizens. Ric is pictured here with Beate Könnecke holding the "Rainbow" poster presented to Prince of Peace from the children of Kroppenstedt. The pictures in the "gallery" below show a few of the photos from the festivities related to Ric's visit... The little girl in photo three is asking her dad, "Where's the green jello?"

ANOTHER BIG YEAR WITH GIVE ALOHA...

Prince of Peace netted over $5000 in this year's Foodland and Western Union's "Give Aloha" drive. A "GIANT MAHALO" to Karen Foisotte and Camilla Albert for co-chairing the fundraiser with lots of help from Mike Peacock and Marilyn Hamada in helping members make donations. The funds go to our General fund and frees up our budget so we can serve Wounded Warriors, Youth Outreach, HUGS, Hui Ho'omalu, ministries for Hospice Hawaii and girls rescued from sex trafficking on Oahu, and many more. POP thanks God for the generosity of Foodland and Western Union and their "paying it forward" to make Hawaii a better place to live...
GOD'S WORK, OUR HANDS

GOD'S WORK, OUR HANDS, 2017

Prince of Peace will join congregations of the ELCA in our denomination's annual day of service, God's Work, Our Hands on Sunday, September 10.In previous years, POP members have helped with general cleanup, minor repairs, and sorting clothing at Youth Outreach, a service of Hale Kipa, which works with homeless teens in Waikiki. The Parish Council has designated our July/August "Noisy Offering"to Youth Outreach to coincide with our God's Work, Our Hands project for this year.
GOD'S WORK, OUR HANDS

BAKE SALE!... Burn the Mortgage but Not the Cookies... 

The Task Force on Debt Reduction hosted a Bake Sale in January to reduce the balance of the mortgage that Prince of Peace has with the ELCA's Mission Investment Fund. When Prince of Peace purchased the property at Eaton Square, the congregation asked the Mission Investment Fund to underwrite a loan of around $500,000. At the end of December 2016, the balance remaining was about $85,000. Because the original pledge period has elapsed, the congregation has elected to continue to request "free-will" gifts to reduce the debt and friends of Prince of Peace have continued to help.
     Pictured are Karen Foissotte and Paul Larish encouraging members of POP to help "Burn the Mortgage but Not the Cookies" in a Bake Sale in January. The sale raised about $2500 to help with paying off our loan balance. Last year, the Task Force held a Rummage Sale which raised about $800. So, slowly but surely, POP is working to get out of debt.
    Thanks to Lucile Greco for the additional photos...
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
438 Hobron Lane, Suite 208
Honolulu, HI 96815
Pr. Hamada's Phone: (808) 551-2596
email: padrewaikiki@gmail.com

Webpage Phone:(808) 922-6011
info@princeofpeacewaikiki.com
Pastor Yukio Hamada 
Cell: (808) 551-2596
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