Ash Wednesday (Feb. 14) Dinner 6pm & Worship 7pm; Wednesday Lenten Worship: 7pm

Posted on February 13, 2024

The Lenten season begins on Ash Wednesday, February 14. Dinner will be served on Ash Wednesday at 6pm, with worship following at 7 pm.

Wednesday Lenten Worship continues on each Wednesday through March 20 at 7pm. Following Ash Wednesday, various individuals from the congregation will share their faith stories during Wednesday worship.

Our Tentmakers’ Young Adult Team: Here for a “Year on Mission”

Posted on December 18, 2023

From November 19 to September 30, 2024, Hope Lutheran Church is hosting a highly trained young adult team of six for a “Year on Mission.” Not only will they encourage the youth, young adults and young families of our congregation, but they will search out youth, young adults and young families who are adrift or disconnected in our community.

Spending forty days in the wilderness in intense training, our team was trained by the youth ministry organization, “Tentmakers” ( who have been training young adults for a “year on mission” for about fifty years. Like the Apostle Paul who supported himself by “making tents,” these young adults will obtain part-time jobs and also work on behalf of our congregation part-time.

Welcome Levi, Aidan, Samuel, Elijah, Sydney and Marjorie!

40th Anniversary Celebration

Posted on September 2, 2023

On September 10, Hope Lutheran Church will celebrate its 40th anniversary. North American Lutheran Church Bishop Dan Selbo will preach. A delicious dinner, beautiful music, inspiring testimonials and a time of remembrance will follow worship.

Men’s Group

Posted on December 24, 2021

Hope has a weekly men’s group! Ask for more information on Sunday morning for the day, time and meeting place OR call the church office.

Our Church: “Not for Ourselves”

Posted on December 24, 2021

Hope Lutheran Church desires to live under the rule and reign of our Lord Jesus Christ, seeking His kingdom in all of life. In other words, we aim to be a “church not for ourselves” which is in contrast to maintaining and growing an organization or meeting members’ needs as a primary focus. Click here to learn more about a church that seeks God’s kingdom!

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