Worship Every Sunday
We are POG: Past, Present, Future. The mission of POG is to honor and give thanks for the Past, be grateful for Present opportunities for impactful ministry, and anticipate a Future centered in hope, grace, forgiveness and love.
Prince of Glory Evangelical Lutheran Church welcomes all God’s children, young and old. We are truly a church for People of all Generations! We are more than simply a place of worship. We are a community of friends working together as Christian servants, caring for one another as well as our neighbors.
New Worship Time, beginning February 6th 10:00 a.m.
We are back to in-person worship.
We follow all COVID-19 protocols from the ELCA Synod:
•Face coverings are OPTIONAL for those who are fully vaccinated.
•We ask those who are not fully vaccinated to wear masks for their own safety as well as as the safety as others.
•An offering plate will be placed at the entrance to the chapel. Congregants should deposit their offerings before the service but not during the service. The offering will not be processed to the front of the church.
COMMUNION: Combined host/wine element cups will be available adjacent to the offering plate when the celebrants enter the church and they can commune from their seats.
2019 confirmands, all from third-generation POG families
POG is Committed to Combating Food Insecurity
The Beacon of Hope Food Pantry at POG's sister congregation in Royal Oak is located at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 814 N Campbell, Royal Oak, MI.
Hundreds in our community who rely on this assistance to make ends meet and feed their families.
The pantry is open on the 4th Saturday of each month from 9:00 am to noon.
A complete list of non-perishable food and non-food items needed is posted on the bulletin board in the POG narthex. There's a shelving unit in the narthex to collect donated items for the food pantry. We make monthly trips to Good Shepherd to deliver donated goods.
We are located at
1357 West 14 Mile Rd.,
Madison Heights, MI