A comforting message of Hope from Pastor Enderle.

In support of federal, state and local government efforts in combating the coronavirus (COVID-19), all Hope Lutheran Church activities and services are cancelled - effective immediately. 
 

We thank you for your understanding and 
support in these difficult times. 


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During these uncertain times we are switching to 100% online services and communications. Hope will continue to record weekly services and provide them online for your viewing convenience. DVD recordings of these services will be available for anyone who needs them.

WE encourage you to continue your weekly offerings via our online Electronic Giving option or by mailing your offerings to us. Our address is as follows:

Hope Lutheran Church
260 Vincent Street
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935

The church office will remain open. 
Call Marci at 922-5130 with any questions you may have.

Be Safe. Stay Healthy. God Bless.

 


In support of federal, state and local government efforts in combating the coronavirus (COVID-19), our office hours are revised to 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM Monday through Thursday. Those in need of Pastoral counseling during this time can call 922-5130 ext. 201 to set up an appointment. Thank you for your understanding. Be Safe. Stay Healthy. God Bless. 

The health and well-being of our congregation is a top priority as we endure these turbulent times with the COVID-19 pandemic. The Pantry of Hope, an on-site resource of perishable and non- perishable food items and hygiene products is available at no charge to Hope families, members and friends.

Parents, we want to make you aware of items we have available to help support you and your family while schools are closed. We can minimize the exposure of our senior loved ones by shopping the Pantry for them as well. We will deliver food items and hygiene products, as well as medications and other essentials to your home.

Contact Deacon Bob Mengert at 922-5130 Ext. 215 for more information. Be Safe. Stay Healthy. God Bless. 

The April 9th Ladies Guild meeting is cancelled. We will update you if the situation changes.

The April 25th LWML Spring Rally hosted by Trinity Lutheran Church & School in Oshkosh has been cancelled. There are no plans for rescheduling. 


Hope Lutheran Church is excited to have adopted Pastor Michael Schempf in support of his missionary work in East Africa. Visit the Schempf Africa Mission web page; to learn more about the mission and how you can support Pastor Schempf share God's Word throughout the region.

 

Pastor Enderle and his family could use some prayers and support. His daughter Anna sustained life threatening injuries recently after being struck by a pickup truck. She has had two surgeries and faces a long road to recovery. It is unknown when she will be able to return to work or what her medical bills will amount to.

In addition to your thoughts and prayers - the family could also use financial support while Anna recovers at home. A Go Fund Me Page has been established to assist Anna and her family.

Any contribution you can make would be greatly appreciated.

Hope Lutheran Church and the Enderle family thank you in advance for your donation, support, and continued prayers.


Hope's current Small Group Bible Study is It Is Finished by pastors David Dorn and Jason Nelson. The study is built around the final words of Jesus from the cross. Click the play button to view Forgive Them, the first video in the six lesson series. Each lesson dives into the historical and practical significance surrounding each of Jesus' last word phrases. The It Is Finished Small Group Bible Study began on Sunday, March 1 and runs for six weeks. 

Contact Deacon Bob Mengert; bmengert@lifeathope.org for more information regarding Hope's Small Group Bible Studies.


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