Announcements

Beginning June 1, we will have recorded Daily Devotions posted to the Learn tab on the church website. These devotionals are from Christ in Our Home, published by Augsburg Fortress. You will recognize the recorded voices because they are each presented by a member of our Hope Lutheran family.

Vacation Bible School will take place July 25 -29, 2022 from 5:30-8:00. 

You must have a history with Hope Lutheran Church for at least 6 months, complete a volunteer application & have a background check. 

There are manuals for each of the station areas with all the information needed for you to be easily successful. 

New members are invited to participate in the next step of the membership process by attending Hope's New Member Orientation. All new members should have received an email inviting you to orientation.

There will be a "clean up" and "refresh" day on Saturday, April 30 at Hope Lake Weir Campus to improve the curb appeal of this beautiful location. All materials needed for the project will be on site and ready to install. 

H.O.P.E. University presents the Hope Lutheran Church Bible Challenge. This is an invitation for anyone who would like to read the Bible to join us. It is our hope that as you read the Bible with us this year you will develop the spiritual discipline that is daily reading and reflection on Scripture.

The Hospitality Cooking Team is looking for a few good men and women who like to cook to join the cooking staff for our weekly events.

We look forward to celebrating the Easter season with you! Join Hope for any of our Holy Week and Easter Sunday services.

If you dine at Texas Roadhouse's Lady Lake location on March 20th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm, they will donate 10% of your total food purchases to Hope Lutheran Church!

Lutheran World Relief has established a program and network for distribution of aid to the Ukraine. In addition, a Ukraine relief matching fund up to $258,000 established.

Pastor John LeCain will lead a new Prayer Study on Thursdays at 11:00am by zoom and in person. The study will begin with learning about breath prayer and build as we learn about lectio divina, release prayer, and centering prayer. 

Join us at Hope Central Campus for a night of entertainment with Timothy and Hosanna Noble!  You won't want to miss the powerfully-moving presentation of "The Tomb Stands Empty" by this young couple that have been playing their respective instruments and singing from an early age.

Hands of Hope is a group of men and women who volunteer their time to the church upgrading church buildings and property.  We have projects at both the Hope Lake Weir Campus and Hope Central Campus which need to be completed. 

Read more for the specific projects that need our attention!

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