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.

  • Jan
    19
    Hands of Hope 4-H Meeting
    3:30pm | 107 - Luther Room
  • Jan
    19
    Pinewood Derby Check-in
    6:00pm | 209 - Music Room
  • Jan
    19
    Hope Basketball Games
    6:00pm | 150 - Family Life Center
  • Jan
    19
    GA
    7:30pm | 109 - School Library
  • Jan
    20
    Men's Breakfast Bible Study
    7:00am | First Watch
  • Jan
    20
    Sarah Circle
    8:00am | 104 - Memorial Lounge
  • Jan
    20
    Graysheeter's Anonymous
    8:00am | 109 - School Library
  • Jan
    20
    Quilters
    9:00am | 107 - Luther Room
  • Jan
    20
    Hope Basketball Games
    9:00am | 150 - Family Life Center
  • Jan
    21
    Food Drive
    All day
  • Jan
    21
    Worship
    8:00am | 100 - Sanctuary
  • Jan
    21
    Coffee & Fellowship
    9:00am | 110 - Concord Fellowship Hall
  • Jan
    21
    Worship
    9:30am | 100 - Sanctuary
  • Jan
    21
    Sunday School & Bible Classes
    9:30am | 110 - Concord Fellowship Hall
  • Jan
    21
    Worship
    11:00am | 100 - Sanctuary
  • Jan
    21
    Dig Deeper - Saints
    6:00pm | 210 - Youth Room
  • Jan
    22
    7th-8th Grade Girls BB Practice
    3:45pm | 150 - Family Life Center
  • Jan
    22
    Sunday School Team Meeting
    6:30pm | 109 - School Library
  • Jan
    23
    Weekly School Staff Meeting
    7:30am | 208 - Spanish/Meeting Room
  • Jan
    23
    Muffins with Mom
    7:30am | 110 - Concord Fellowship Hall

He’s Here

“Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down!” was a cry that we heard during the Advent season, as we identified with those “who mourn in lonely exile here.” (That, at times, includes all of us.) In fact, they were the first words of the first reading of the...

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‘Wise’ Men and ‘Foolish’ Things

The sermon text for The Baptism of Our Lord/1st Sunday in after the Epiphany is from Matthew 2:1–12 The Visit of the Wise Men [1] Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the east came to Jerusalem, [2]...

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God in Man Made Manifest: Miracles of Jesus

A traditional focus of Epiphanytide, seen in some of the historic readings and hymns of the season, is Jesus’ miracles. For our Sunday morning Bible study during this Epiphany season, we will study some of the miracles mentioned in the hymn, “Songs of Thankfulness and...

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The List Narrows

The Senior Pastor Search Committee continues to meet and narrow the list of candidates.  We plan to begin Skype interviews with some of the candidates later this month.  Please continue to keep our congregation, school, committee members, and candidates in your...

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Laser Tag

The Junior Youth will be attending Laser Tag for their January fellowship activity.  If you plan on attending please RSVP as soon as possible so we can get an accurate head count. [button link="https://hopelutheran.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/75/responses/new"...

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Capital Improvements Campaign

The Board of Trustees received council approval to initiate a CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS funding drive to raise money needed for repairs and replacements of equipment and infrastructure at Hope's facility. Major projects include replacing HVAC units throughout the building,...

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Every One His Witness

We are told throughout Scripture to witness our faith.  Probably few believers feel they take advantage of opportunities to do so.  Since we are instructed to share the Word, here is a convenient, non-threatening way for you to help ‘plant a seed’. We will learn some...

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Beginning, End, Transfiguration

The recently released film, Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman, concerns “the beginning of that largest and worst of wars,” World War II. The soon-to-be-published Volume 20 of The Churchill Documents, entitled Normandy and Beyond, covers the end of the war’s last full...

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Departing in Peace

The sermon text for the 1st Sunday after Christmas is from Luke 2:25–32 [25] Now there was a man in Jerusalem, whose name was Simeon, and this man was righteous and devout, waiting for the consolation of Israel, and the Holy Spirit was upon him. [26] And it had been...

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The Word Dwells Among Us

The sermon text for Christmas Day is from John 1:14 [14] And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. (ESV) “Scripture quotations are from the ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible,...

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