Team members offer Communion and Rite of Healing to those who are convalesced or homebound. Continue reading →
The mission of the six teams is to provide food and beverages for a funeral/memorial luncheon or dinner at the church or in a person’s home. Members of a team are asked to provide specific food items, help in setting up and clean up. The time involved is from two to three hours per service. The teams rotate. Continue reading →
This team of volunteers provides group respite care at HLC on Thursday afternoons. The ministry provides a supervised environment where caregivers can drop off family members who have special needs for a few hours each week. Continue reading →
On Our Own is designed for people who find themselves alone or on their own by choice or due to life circumstances. A wide variety of activities are available – projects, missions, and social events. Continue reading →
Stephen Ministries expands the care Hope Lutheran can offer by equipping and organizing members to provide Christian care to those in our congregation and community experiencing divorce, grief, terminal illness, job loss, relocation, empty nest, retirement, hospitalization, loneliness and many other stresses of challenges. Continue reading →
The Committee provides registration and sponsorship information for The Walk to Emmaus.
The Walk to Emmaus seeks to inspire, challenge, and equip leaders for Christian action in their homes, local church, and communities. It is a 72-hour weekend Thursday through Sunday where you will sing, reflect, pray, worship, learn, share Holy Communion, participate in small groups, experience God grace in community and in the world, and understand Christian love in action. It is a total renewal of your faith like you have never experienced.
The Walk to Emmaus is held at the Warren W. Willis United Methodist Camp in Fruitland Park, FL. There is a Walk for Men and a Walk for Women in March and October on separate weekends. Should you decide to participate in this fantastic opportunity you will have a Sponsor to guide you through the whole process answering all your questions. Transportation is provided on Thursday and Sunday.
The Walk to Emmaus does not end after the 72-hour weekend. Small groups of four to six people meet weekly to reflect on their spiritual journey and encourage one another in Christian discipleship.
Additional information may be found on the following website: