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THE OLD GLORIOUS DAYS!


PRINCE OF PEACE BAND
Chuck and Mary and Friends

When Charles and Mary met in Maryland, Charles was a composer jazz musician and Mary a composer folk singer. It
was in 1967 when songs of protest and peace were being sung in every gathering. In 1969, they got married and after
traveling the New York circuit of recording and songwriting, left everything behind, got in a car and headed west. In
the course of an amazing journey they became involved with the "Jesus people" movement that was sweeping the west
coast. They and thousands of other people experienced the filling of the Holy Spirit and recieved Jesus as their savior.
Physical healings along with other manifestations of the spirit were regular experiences.
Eventually, they wound up living across the street from the PRINCE OF PEACE COFFEEHOUSE where they became
involved in singing and playing music for a number of years. Other musicians came around to play and stayed. The musical
group was known as "CHUCK AND MARY AND FRIENDS". The coffeehouse was in the basement of THE FRIENDLY
CHAPEL CHURCH, which later became THE PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH.


At this time, "CHUCK AND MARY AND FRIENDS" became THE PRINCE OF PEACE BAND. Many good friends and
musicians passed through this group.

Go to the PRINCE OF PEACE COFFEEHOUSE and hear live music from the 1970's! Just click HERE


The HOUSE OF GRACE was the first of many communal houses started from the PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH.
Charles and Mary were asked to become the houseparents of this house.

This was the beginning of their ministry. Charles became assistant pastor and later the pastor of the
PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH, and they began raising a family.

They went on to have five children and nine grandchildren.

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