Weekend Masses
-Saturday at 5p
-Sunday at 7:30am, 9:30a, 12p, 2:30p(esp), 5p
Starting 1/9 & 1/10 rsvp's no longer needed for Mass

Weekday Masses
-Monday-Friday at 9am
-Tuesday-Thursday at 6:30p
-Friday at 7p(esp)
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**Livestream masses/events are recorded and available for replay at any time at popfb.org/livestream-library

Confession Start Times
-Wednesdays 5:30p
-Fridays 6p
-Saturdays 3:30p
-Via appointment (contact Lelis Knight).

Traveling for Vacation or Business
Visit masstimes.org for options near work/school/travel

Civil Holiday Mass Time is 10am

6439 Spout Springs Road

Flowery Branch, GA 30542

Phone: 678-960-0040
Fax: 678-960-0078

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COVID 19 Vaccine

Reservations are currently at capacity. You may submit your name to be placed on a waiting list should a cancellation occur. Please know that this will not guarantee a spot.

Prince of Peace has partnered with the Hall County Health Department to be a host site for distribution of the Pfizer COVID19 Vaccination for individuals 65 and older. The vaccine (part 1) will be offered on February 2 beginning at 10am. A follow up date will be announced for the booster shot (part 2). Anyone desiring to receive this vaccine must pre-register and follow all instructions. Please see the information below. If you have any questions please contact [email protected].

Registration Details:

  • Must be over 65
  • Must have completed form in advance
  • Must provide valid ID
  • insurance card if you have insurance
  • Vaccine offered at no cost
  • Do not need to be a church member

How to RSVP:

  • Fill out online rsvp form
  • No "Walk-ups/ Walk-ins"
  • Complete and submit waiver/consent form
  • Copy of Insurance Card (if you have one)
  • RSVP Cut Off 1.28 @ 12pm
  • Click here for waiting list

"There are currently three vaccines that have been presented to us as having demonstrated their effectiveness and that are likely to be made available in the coming months, those from Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca. The situation of the first two is essentially the same. Neither Pfizer nor Moderna used morally compromised cell lines in the design, development, or production of the vaccine"
-United States Conference of Catholic Bishops