Saturday Worship Transition

May 29, 2018

Saturday Worship will take a break this summer.
In September, the Saturday worship gathering will transition to a house worship experience.
This worship experience will continue to focus on the hope given in the Gospel of Christ Jesus our Lord, and power and healing given by the Holy Spirit.

Text or call (214-477-0429) Pastor Wendy to express an interest and find out more about the gathering!

Maundy Thursday, Good Friday & Easter Resurrection Celebration

January 2, 2018

March 25, 10AM: Palm Sunday Festival Worship at Hope Lutheran Church

March 29, 1 PM: Maundy Thursday Worship, in remembrance of Jesus’ Last Supper with His disciples

March 30, 1 PM: Good Friday Worship

March 31, 2 PM: Crucifixion & Resurrection Drama, by Rock of Faith Family Church

April 1, Easter Sunday Celebration

  • 9AM: Easter Breakfast at Hope Lutheran Church
  • 10AM: Festival Worship at Hope Lutheran Church

North Texas Senior Fest: February 24

December 19, 2017

Adult Lutherans Organized for Action (ALOA)
Ninth Annual North Texas Senior Fest – February 24

Resurrection Lutheran Church

1919 Independence Pkwy

Plano, Texas 75075 at the southwest corner of Park and Independence. 

The North Texas ALOA Senior Fest is scheduled for February 24. Registration will be on the day of the event

An excellent program is planned.  The Rev. Dr. Tim H. Robinson will be the speaker along with several excellent workshops which were described in the December Heralds on p.11. Here is the link for the December Heralds:

http://www.hopelutheran.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/December-2017-Heralds-of-Hope-1.pdf

Let Kathy Longstreet know of your interest and she can send you a brochure and schedule.

Christmas Worship, Dec. 22

December 16, 2017

A Christmas celebration service will be held on Sunday morning, December 22 at 10am.

Help Out: TX Hurricane/Flooding Relief

August 28, 2017

Relief efforts related to Hurricane Harvey continue with both North American Lutheran Church (NALC) and Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC).

Thanks to all who have responded with gifts of time, supplies and donations … a beautiful overwhelming response!

The efforts are switching to long term recovery and rebuilding. After sending 9 large trailor loads of supplies to the So Texas recovery sites, the Clifton supply distribution center run by Peace Lutheran in Clifton will no longer be needed.

There will be an ongoing need for volunteer work teams at the recovery sites in South Texas.

If you would like to volunteer, be a part of a volunteer group or send needed supplies, contact the South Texas disaster relief sites in Rosenberg, Ingleside or Victoria to determine their needs. Here is a link with information: https://www.thenalc.org/projects/hurricane-harvey/

Donations are still needed and information regarding donations is available at that link as well.

Again, we are grateful for the tremendous response! People who were returning to their homes cried as they received needed supplies.

The TX District of Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ also has opportunities to volunteer and donate to a relief fund. The easiest way to obtain the latest information is via a facebook page that is serving as a bulletin board for ongoing needs:

LCMC Texas District Hurricane Harvey Response

If you do not find the needed info on that page, contact Bryce Formwalt (bryce {at} lcmctexas(.)org) of TX District LCMC or we can put you in touch with him. Please notate that the donations are intended for Hurricane Harvey Relief. You can mail contributions to

Lutheran Disaster Assistance Fund
c/o St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
8300 C Avenue NE
Marion, IA 52302

October 17-18: Mobilizing the Potential of Seniors!

July 25, 2017

A training conference for “seniors” sponsored by the North American Lutheran Church will be held on October 17-18 at
Reformation Lutheran Church in Culpeper, VA. Pastor Wendy will be one of the speakers at this conference.

Topics covered include renewing the congregation
through older adults, developing a discipleship-centered
senior adult ministry, compelling mature
adults to follow the call to service, and incorporating
an inter-generational ministry into the life of the
local church. The event will also include workshops
and breakout sessions. Information on the conference was available in the May North American Lutheran Church News and you can find it in that newsletter by clicking this link.

Lutheran Week (NALC): August 7–11, 2017, Nashville, TN

May 20, 2017

On August 7-11, the North American Lutheran Church will host “Lutheran Week” around the theme, “HOLDING FAST: Being (Re)Formed.” The week will include a youth ministry training event, national women’s gathering, theological conference and the national North American Lutheran Church (NALC) convocation including Mission Festival. The meetings will be held at Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, TN. Click here for more info!

 

 

June 12-14 Vacation Bible School: Pray Always!

April 17, 2017

Webinar Series: North American Lutheran Church

April 17, 2017

The North American Lutheran Church has been hosting training webinars to renew and increase fruitfulness in the lives of individuals and congregations. These webinars will focus on building the kingdom, and having a kingdom mindset in our congregations. Info related to each webinar will be publicized! Here are some of the topics:

  • The Necessity of the Holy Spirit, Prayer & Discipleship
  • Renewing the Church Through Senior Ministry
  • Faith Webbing … Youth Ministry through the Body of Christ

Past webinars can be viewed and are posted at this link: Past Webinars

 

 

 

Lenten Dinners & Worship: “Acts of the Apostles”

December 27, 2016

The Lenten season begins on Ash Wednesday, March 1 with worship at 7 pm. Worship continues each Wednesday throughout the Lenten season (through April 5) at 7pm. Preceding worship, dinner will be served at 6 pm.

“The Acts of the Apostles”: We will be studying “The Acts of the Apostles” as a part of our Wednesday worship. For more on our Lenten theme, see our Heralds of Hope newsletter.

Our Easter celebration will be on Sunday, April 16 with worship at 10am. An Easter breakfast will precede worship.

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