Blessing Bags provide some basic necessities to those in need, whether they’re homeless or for any reason. More than providing necessities, the bags “bless” their recipients with dignity offered to them by loving hearts and without judgment. Continue reading →
The crafters group meets at 9AM each Tuesday in classroom 205. They work on several outreach projects including Sojourn Bears, E. R. Comfort Bears, Guidepost Sweaters, Amputee Comfort Sleeves and more. No specific skills are required. The group goes out to lunch once a month. Continue reading →
The team plans and organizes fellowship activities of the congregation, especially those that involve food. Continue reading →
The LWR Quilters make bed quilts and provide them to Lutheran World Relief to send overseas as needed for disaster relief. Quilts are also given to local social service agencies to be given to those in need.
The team provides leadership, awareness and involvement in selected local, regional and global missions. The team oversees the disbursement of funds to specific outreach causes.
A shawl wraps its wearer in warmth and is a symbol of the care offered by the shawl maker, Hope Lutheran Church members, and God’s everlasting love and care for all His people. Other items, such as lap robes, pocket prayer patches, scarves, even some bed covers are also crafted by team members. Shawls and other items are given either to persons dealing with life-changing events, both happy and sad, or to local hospice, nursing homes, or assisted living facilities. Continue reading →
This ministry is centered on the second commandment because of the Love we have for God in the first commandment. We are people of faith and as God’s children we are called to share faith through our words and actions. Our action is Social Services Advocacy. Continue reading →
Women of Hope (WOH) is the umbrella organization responsible for many of Hope Lutheran Church’s outreach programs. WOH provides opportunities for enrichment and spiritual growth through programs, retreats, circles, and Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church (WELCA). Continue reading →
What is a Circle? Circles of women have existed for thousands of years. Women naturally gravitate to each other for education, support, and strength. Lutheran women have met together for more than 200 years, discussing their faith and applications to daily living.Continue reading →