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A message from Pastor Lynnae

The Last Week. Holy Week is soon upon us. Beginning with Palm Sunday and culminating on Easter morning. Each day of that week is vital to the holy story. Monday…

New works created during “The Potter and the Clay” Lent Series

Wed., March 13 began Hope’s Lent series “The Potter and the Clay” featuring artist Valerie Rae. Valerie sculpted the cup for a chalice during the service and spoke with Pastor…

JAM kids tie Blankets for Shelter Animals

Sunday JAM children, with help from parents, tied a number of blankets to distribute to the Humane Society’s dogs and cats. The blankets were delivered this past week and shelter…

A message from Pastor Lynnae

From Pastor Lynnae: Scripture is full of imagery! One of my favorites is the Potter and the Clay. Jeremiah 18 is one of the clearest examples: Verses 2-6 say, “So…

Soup & Pie Social raises funds for HopeCare Children’s Center

On Feb. 6 Hope Lutheran hosted the Soup & Pie Social. The fundraiser is held each Feb. with the proceeds benefiting the HopeCare Children’s Center. The light snow outside didn’t…

Rebel Hurd Family Fire

As many of you may know, our sister in Christ, Rebel Hurd (Mission Developer/SAM, Church on the Street) and family (Jeff, Maisie, Autumn, and Darby), have lost their home and…

Hope Sanctuary Organ Renovation Project Underway

Renovation work on our organ began on Monday January 7th.  By Tuesday the 8th all the old piping had been removed as well as the keyboard and foot pedals.  The…

Church Council Installed January 13th

Installation of 2019 Church Council Members (pictured l to r) Duane Lund, Pastor Lynnae Sorensen, Katie Studer, Bruce Serbus, Laura Miles and Mariah South. Not pictured are Loren Koepsell, Barb…

Nolan Olson Baptized

On Sunday January 20th we welcomed Nolan James Olson, son of Corrie and Roy Olson and little brother of Brynn & Gavin, into the family of God through baptism. Welcome…

KSFY features Hope Lutheran Canned Goods Altar

View the feature here: https://www.ksfy.com/content/news/Hope-Lutheran-Church-organizes-canned-goods-alter-for-Thanksgiving-500652621.html?jwsource=cl