That's Amore: Benefit Italian Dinner and Silent Auction

Prince of Peace Serves the best Italian

Proceeds to benefit Mission and Ministry

Salem Oregon, August 11, 2017– Prince of Peace Episcopal Church will hold its fourth annual Italian BenefitDinner and Silent Auction on Sept 16. The silent auction begins at 5 pm at the Masonic Temple, buffet opens at 5:30, 1625 Brush College Rd, West Salem, Tickets are $30 and are available by calling the church office 503-585-1479 on either Tuesdays or Thursdays, or leaving a message for call back.

That’s Amore is not your Saturday night pizza or Sunday Spaghetti. Each year, the menu of Italian Fare changes. This year it is ricotta stuffed manicotti with a vegetarian Alfredo Sauce or a red meat sauce. Dessert offerings include tiramisu and amaretto cheese cake. Appetizers and a glass of wine round out the menu.

Come enjoy a night of friendship and fun. Feast on the delightful Italian fare. Bid on beautiful hand-made items, original art and baskets of fun. Delight to the piano stylings of Brother Christopher Buckley formerly of the Celtic band, Bold Riley. Join us, help us continue our ministry of giving to the community.

Prince of Peace Episcopal Church, a small and mighty congregation, is located at 1525 Glen Creek Rd in West Salem. Its mission is to worship God, grow in Christ and share the gifts God has given them with a world in need. Prince of Peace’s sharing includes but is not limited to a Core Community Garden for low income families, donations of more than150 lbs. of food each month to Marion-Polk Food Share, volunteering at Marion Polk Food Share for sorting and packaging, free school lunches during Spring Break, working the Free Dental Van and sponsoring Iraqi refugees.

Prince of Peace welcomes all who would come to worship there. It is an Integrity Believe Out Loud Episcopal Congregation. Prince of Peace publicly welcomes and affirms LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered) people to worship God and become part of its congregation.

 

 

 

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