VBS

July 17th – 21st

Worship Times

Sundays @ 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., & 11:00 a.m.

Welcome to Hope

Worship Times

8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. Sunday

Hope Lutheran Church & School is a member congregation of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.

  • Jun
    27
    Board of Youth
    6:00pm | 210 - Youth Room
  • Jun
    27
    Board of New Member Assimiliation
    7:00pm | 111 - Chapel
  • Jun
    27
    Board of Evangelism
    7:00pm | 109 - School Library
  • Jun
    27
    NarAnon Meeting
    7:00pm | 104 - Memorial Lounge
  • Jun
    28
    Wednesday Morning Bible Study
    9:00am | 107 - Luther Room
  • Jun
    28
    Board of Christian Dayschool
    5:30pm | 208 - Meeting Room
  • Jun
    29
    Cheer Practice
    6:00pm | 150 - Family Life Center
  • Jun
    29
    Toastmasters
    6:30pm | 208 - Meeting Room
  • Jun
    29
    NarAnon Meeting
    7:00pm | 104 - Memorial Lounge
  • Jun
    30
    Men's Bible Study
    6:30am | Pegah's Restaurant
  • Jun
    30
    GA
    7:30pm | 109 - School Library
  • Jul
    1
    Men's Breakfast Bible Study
    7:00am | First Watch
  • Jul
    1
    Graysheeters Anonymous - OEA
    8:00am | 109 - School Library
  • Jul
    2
    Worship
    8:00am | 100 - Sanctuary
  • Jul
    2
    Coffee & Fellowship
    9:00am | 110 - Concord Fellowship Hall
  • Jul
    2
    Worship
    9:30am | 100 - Sanctuary
  • Jul
    2
    Sunday School & Bible Classes
    9:30am | 110 - Concord Fellowship Hall
  • Jul
    2
    Worship
    11:00am | 100 - Sanctuary
  • Jul
    3
    Robotics
    5:00pm | 209 - Music Room
  • Jul
    4
    Board of Parish Fellowship
    6:30pm | 210 - Youth Room

Vacation Bible School

on

July 17th – 21st

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Fear, Love & Trust: Following God’s Commandments – Lesson 4

The Sunday School lesson today focuses on God’s command that I learn His Word, as students study the account “Solomon Builds and Dedicates the Temple.” Though He was hidden, God resided within the Old Testament temple. Jesus is the unveiled, human Most Holy Place and...

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Jesus Dies and Rises to Save Us – Lesson 13

Today in Sunday School, students studied “John’s Vision of Heaven.” Those who believe that salvation has been accomplished by the all-availing sacrifice of Jesus’ blood on the cross will bear the name of Christ, written on their forehead in Holy Baptism, and will have...

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Workers Needed for the Harvest

The sermon text for the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost is from Matthew 9:35-10:8 (ESV). Matthew 9:35-38 The Harvest Is Plentiful, the Laborers Few [35] And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the...

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We Confess the Tri-Une Creator

Today the Church celebrates Trinity Sunday. It is a day to bask in the wonder of knowing the triune God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—who has been revealed to us in the Scriptures. While we often think about the three persons of the Trinity having their own areas of...

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Jesus Dies and Rises to Save Us – Lesson 12

Today’s Sunday School lesson taught the children “Jesus Ascends into Heaven” to prepare a place for us there with Him (Acts 1:1–11; Luke 24:44–53). Ask the children to tell you about Jesus’ ascension and what it means for them.

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Fear, Love & Trust: Following God’s Commandments – Lesson 3

God commands that I respect His name. Today’s Sunday School lesson involves the well-known story “David and Goliath.” As David slew the giant Goliath, so Jesus, our David, slew the jeering giants of sin, Satan, and death with the weapon of His own death. Discuss, “How...

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Jesus Dies and Rises to Save Us – Lesson 11

Today in Sunday School, we study “Jesus Appears in Galilee.” We are all like Peter in our words and actions, denying our Lord and weeping bitterly over what we have done. We are in need of the same comfort that Peter received—the comfort of sins forgiven and the...

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Sometimes, it seems like it takes a long time for prayer to be answered. One might say it took a long time—hundreds of years—for Moses’ prayer to be answered. In today’s Old Testament Reading, Moses cries out, “Would that all the LORD’s people were prophets, that the...

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