A Message from Council Regarding Church Policy on the COVID-19 Outbreak Hope Lutheran Church Council Actions Response to COVID 19Mar 20, 2020 This time last week we were canceling services for 2 weeks. In the last 3 days it has become apparent that we will not be holding services for at least 60 days. Council has held … Continue reading Hope Council Message Regarding COVID-19
Usually you could join us in worship at 2882 Arlington Avenue and we would be thrilled to welcome you in. For now, we must seek community and support as we worship together online through our live worship on youtube. (click on the highlighted words and it will take you right there!). We will begin with … Continue reading Sunday Worship ONLINE- 9 am
At Hope, our goal as Christians is to care for the world in the name of Christ. One of the ways we are doing that is to do our part in flattening the curve. Look for the post from council on our plans for the near future on how we will achieve this together.
https://videopress.com/v/1W4FWhQA?preloadContent=metadata Ditch the 3 year program! TONIGHT we kick off our new 1 year confirmation program for both Adults AND Youth!If you want to learn what it means to be a Lutheran or to affirm your baptismal promise in Christ, give us a try.Class will be twice a month on Wednesday nights (schedule available).For more … Continue reading What? One YEAR Confirmation? It’s TRUE!
"Letters to the Church" is a new Bible Study Adult Forum. Every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. hear of author Francis Chan's deep love for the Church as he "guides Christ followers to live out God's magnificent and beautiful vision for His Church- a vision we may have lost but God has never forgotten."
Palm Sunday- 9 am- gather outside Maundy Thursday- 7 pm- foot washing, anointing, communion, confession. Good Friday- 7 pm Easter Vigil- 7 pm - gather outside Easter Sunday- 7 am and 9 am; Egg hunt at 8:30, Brunch at 10:30. Holy Week is the week just before Easter Sunday. It begins on Palm Sunday and … Continue reading Holy Week at Hope
7:00 pm, 17 April, 2019 The word Maundy comes from Middle English, meaning "foot washing." On Maundy Thursday, we hear the story of how Jesus washed his disciples feet and shared bread and wine with them, reminding them to remember him every time they do so. In this manner, the Christian habit of blessing every … Continue reading Maundy Thursday
What is so good about Good Friday? It is dark, somber and commemorates a death. How can it be good? Every year, Christians recall the day Jesus died willingly to redeem us and bring us back into right relationship with God. On Good Friday we enter a dark and silent worship space. It is sparingly … Continue reading Good Friday