9:00 am Sundays
The music at this service is led by our praise team who play a variety of instruments including guitars, drums, piano, keyboard and more. The music is quite varied and includes classic songs with a “rock” twist and contemporary Christian Music.
11:00 am Sundays
This service is accompanied by our pipe organ and piano and includes sung liturgies and traditional hymnody that the church as sung for centuries and more recent additions to the life of the church.
Current Message Series
There are many heroes of the faith, people we admire and wish to be. However, there are even more ordinary people of faith—those doing what they can with what they have in order to make a difference. Over the next weeks we’ll dig deep into the bold and untold stories of those often overlooked in our biblical narratives, hoping these characters remind us that we all play a role in shaping God’s story of redemption and grace.
8/6The Daughters of Zelophehad
Holy Communion is offered at both services. At Hope, all Christians are welcomed to the Lord’s Table for Communion; you don’t need to be a member of Hope or even a Lutheran.
If you are interested in experiencing our worship before attending in person, the links below will take you to archived recordings of our worship. We will say that those who have watched online and in person comment that the sound in person cannot be captured online adequately.
We mark holidays at Hope with special worship services. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, All Saints Day, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, and Pentecost all include something unique in worship. Check our home page for times and dates.
For Parents with Young Children
We welcome children to participate in worship services with us. However, if young children (or their parents) need a break, we have a staffed nursery for children 3 years old and younger during our worship services.