Serving the Wiregrass and Fort Rucker since 1960.

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church was founded in 1960. Since then, it has been welcoming individuals from all walks of life to serve Christ and the community by deepening their faith.

Our Belief

Lutheran Church

The Beginning

The Lutheran Church’s name is taken from Martin Luther (1438 - 1546). He is an Augustinian monk who wrote the 95 Theses on October 31, 1517, which sparked the Reformation.

Historic Doctrinal Standard

In 1580, The Book of Concord was assembled and published. This compilation of documents presents our beliefs, confessions, and bible teachings.

Blessed with God’s Grace

At the heart of what we believe in is the conviction that salvation is a free gift of God’s grace for Christ’s sake alone. His grace is universal and embraces all people.

In Large Catechism (1539), Luther says, “God forgives our sins, altogether freely, out of pure grace.”

According to the Scriptures, it is only through faith that sinful human beings can appropriate grace.



We believe that Baptism has God’s command and promise. As Luther said, baptism is “The Word of God in water.” Apart from any human initiative, God’s action in baptism creates and bestows the gift of faith through which the Christian lays hold of God’s grace.

The True Body and Blood of Christ

Our church also believes that the bread and the wine in the Lord’s Supper are the true body and blood of Christ. Although, we do not presume to understand how this takes place. We confess that in, with, and under the earthly elements, God gives the true body and blood of Christ for the forgiveness of sins.


Simply stated, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church believes, teaches, and confesses that salvation is in Christ alone--by grace, faith, and Scripture alone. To share this message with the world is the mission and reason for the existence of the church.

If you’d like to learn more about us, please contact the office at (334) 774-6758

(334) 773-4808

Invitation to the Church

Searching for a community of Christian believers? You will find that at Prince of Peace. We believe, teach, and confess that Christ Jesus is our Lord and Savior who willingly died on the cross of Calvary to forgive us our sins and give us eternal life.

Join us

We, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, invite you to worship and serve God and man. Our pastor, Reverend Chad Ingle, will be glad to discuss any questions you have about our church or Lutheranism.

“Come with us and we will do you good.” Numbers 10:29

Christian Education

Special Education

If you have a family member with a special education need, we welcome you and ask that you contact our education director so we can provide the best care possible.

Sunday School

Sunday School is one of the foremost vehicles for teaching Lutheran principles and beliefs as well as sharing in the Good News of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Prince of Peace offers Sunday school opportunities for Adults, Youth, and Children at 9 am every Sunday.  Contact our Religious Education Director, Amy Ingle, for more information.

Sunday School Inquiries

Amy Ingle, Religious Education Director, strives to meet the growing needs of the congregation.  Contact Amy, through the church with any questions.

Teaching Opportunities

Substitute teachers are always welcome. Please contact us if you’re interested in being of service.