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March 13, 2020 Dear Friends, Hope Lutheran is a place of relationship! It is a place to make connections, where we gather to sing, pray, commune, share peace and fellowship – and these very things have become sources of infection and fear! As we attempt to mitigate the passage of COVID 19, Hope Lutheran announces:…

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Pray with Us

Knowledge nullifies fear, and prayer relieves anxiety. In this time of uncertainty, let us pray. Below, find a Prayer Vigil Guide designed to lead us in praying for the vulnerable, medical personnel and first responders. We are inviting all members, friends and community members to join us as we pray for peace, for healing and…

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Matt’s March Good News Article

With the arrival of March, the weather will begin to get milder and milder. We are very excited about this. Winter is not quite over yet, but the days are getting longer and the sun is shining more and more. We have spent some qualify time this winter outside, playing in the snow and having…

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A message from Pastor Lynnae

In doing some genealogy work for a family reunion, I discovered that I have some Irish, English and even Scottish heritage besides all of the Danish and Swedish. What a relief because I am so entranced with the history and spirituality of the area that now I have a reason. Not only do I love…

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A message from Pastor Lynnae

Lent 2020 begins with Ash Wednesday on Feb. 26th. Our theme this year will be “Celtic Wisdom” and will take us into the aspects of the spirituality of the people of Ireland, Scotland and England. Celtic Christian Spirituality draws its inspiration from the early prayers and poetry of the Celtic world and from the lives…

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A Note from Pastor Maria

Thank you very much Hope Lutheran because you always support the people of Pueblo de Dios. Especially this Christmas when we have so many new families that need clothes and food. Thanks for your generosity. In the name of our people at Pueble – thank you! I hope you can come and meet the people…

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A message from Pastor Lynnae

“I believe that by my own understanding or strength I cannot believe in Jesus Christ my Lord or come to him, but instead the Holy Spirit has called me through the gospel, enlightened me with his gifts, made me holy and kept me in the true faith, just as he calls, gathers, enlightens, and makes…

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A message from Pastor Lynnae

The season of Advent is four weeks before Christmas. Advent comes from the Latin word “Adventus” and means coming or arrival. It is in this season that we prepare our hearts and minds for the coming of Jesus as the Christ child. This year, we make the 300th year since writing of the hymn, “Joy…

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A Message from Pastor Lynnae

Give Thanks. Over and over again, scriptures remind us to “Give Thanks.” I’ve struggled with Thanksgiving these days. The actual Thanksgiving story with Pilgrims and Indians didn’t really happen as I was taught in grade school. It is a much more violent and ugly picture. There isn’t a full table in every home in America.…

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A Message from Pastor Lynnae

I like coffee. One of the first things I do every morning is get myself a cup of coffee. It seems that the only times that I don’t start my day with coffee is if I have a doctor appointment and they don’t want me to eat or drink anything. But, wow, I better get…

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