1956- Peace Lutheran Church builds a house chapel at 1111 N. Maple Road.
1967- “Big Building” is built for Peace Lutheran Church sanctuary.
1969- Low-cost public housing built on North and South Maple.
1970- Tension in the community divides the neighborhood. Public housing residents and private homeowners need a place to meet and discuss concerns.
1971- Neighbors and churches decide to establish Peace Neighborhood Center as a self-governing, non-profit community center. Trinity Lutheran Church and Zion Lutheran Church provide the building.
1974- Summer Day Camp is established.
1976- Rose Martin becomes Executive Director.
1977- Job program is established.
1980- First Awards Night. Alternatives for Youth Program begins.
1985- Peace Neighborhood Center becomes a United Way Agency.
1986- Peace expands programs to include all of Ann Arbor.
1988- Substance Abuse program begins.
1992- South Maple Breakfast program begins.
1995- Peace Neighborhood Center expands programs to all of Washtenaw County. PNC joins F.U.N., Families of United Neighborhoods
1996- PNC receives Substance Abuse Prevention Program license.
1997- PNC joins BUILD (Building, Unity, Independence, Leadership, and Development), a substance abuse prevention collaboration, and CAP (Computer Access Program) begins.
1998- Performance Arts Academy and LEAD (Learning, Experiencing, and Achieving Dreams) begin.
1999- College & Career Prep Club (CCPC) begins.
2000- Zion and Trinity Lutheran Churches donate the building and land to PNC as a leadership gift for the “A Home for Peace” Capital Campaign.
2001- Peace wins the Prize for Excellence in Nonprofit Management in Washtenaw County from NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work).
2003- Peace celebrates the opening of “A Home for Peace” our new, expanded facilities, on June 21st.
2006- Executive Director Rose Martin retires. Bonnie Billups, Jr., Program Director for 15 years, replaces her.
2009- The Peace House Transitional Housing Center opens, allowing Peace to provide temporary supportive housing to clients in need.
2011- The Family Enrichment Program is launched as a part of Peace’s wrap-around approach to providing necessary support to all members of a household involved in Peace programs.
2013- Long time Executive Director Rose Martin passes. Peace Community celebrates her memory and continues to give life to her values.