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Pastor Noah Bater

Pastor Noah Bater was born on January 18, 1983 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was welcomed into God’s family through the waters of Holy Baptism a week later. He attended high school at Michigan Lutheran Seminary in Saginaw, Michigan, graduating in 2001. Pastor Bater began his formal training for the pastoral ministry that fall at Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota and graduated in the spring of 2005. His pastoral training continued at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, Wisconsin where he graduated in 2009. During his third year at the Seminary he was assigned to be the vicar (intern) here at Prince of Peace. He grew in his knowledge of the area and fell in love with the people. He was ordained into the pastoral ministry and installed here at Prince of Peace on August 16, 2009. He and his wife, Missy, are excited to be back in Salt Lake City and look forward to the many blessings the Lord has in store for them here. Pastor Bater is eager to meet you and serve you in whatever way he can.

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Pastor Jon Micheel

Pastor Jonathan Micheel has been serving Prince of Peace since 2005. Prior to that, he served as associate pastor in Modesto, California, after graduating from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in 1998. Pastor Micheel, his wife, Cheryl, and their four children, love Utah and reaching out with God's grace in the Salt Lake Valley.

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Kat Zahn

My name is Katherine Zahn and I’m the office secretary at Prince of Peace. I am from a little town in Michigan called Mass City. I graduated from a small private Lutheran college with my bachelor’s degree in Human Services in 2001. After graduation I served the State of Michigan by running various Michigan State employment programs.  

During my employment in Michigan, I met my husband and moved to Arizona where we lived for 5 years and had two children. My husband was given an amazing job opportunity in Peru where we loved every minute of our 3 years there. After the opportunity abroad, we relocated to Salt Lake City and started attending Prince of Peace. Upon arrival in SLC, we enrolled our children in the school while attending church. The devotion that each teacher gives to each student made my decision to enroll our children very easy.  

I can also say that we have never felt more welcome as we did walking through those doors. There is a strong sense of a “family like feel” here, even with such a diverse congregation with people of many backgrounds and cultures. 

Our family has been truly blessed by both the church and school here at Prince of Peace. It is a true joy and blessing to be able to come to work every day to serve God and our ministry.