As we at Peace look toward our future during the “Seeds to Branches for Another Generation” campaign, we seek the wisdom of the past. That vision for what Peace is today — and what it is to become — is firmly rooted in Scripture. We plant the seeds, we grow the tree, and we bring birds to our branches.
Just like those before us, we desire to make Peace School a primary source of ministry for our community. We believe growth of our Early Childhood Development (ECD) center will help us achieve this.
Throughout the years, an ECD wing has been voted on and approved by Peace voters a few different times. Unfortunately, budget constraints and economic downturns derailed those plans.
So why is an ECD center so important?
The Saginaw area has a shortage of quality infant and toddler care facilities. We seek to provide these services within the Peace family as well as to families in the surrounding community. This fills a need locally and helps strengthen the Early Childhood feeder system into our K-8 school.
Sadly, we often turn away families because our current facilities keep our Early Childhood program at capacity. We have no room to grow, and that means no room to attract unchurched families.
Most importantly, we have no room to share Jesus with those who otherwise might never come to know Him.
We can change that. Please help us plant these seeds for another generation.