A Message of Hope. Have a great week!
Our Sunday, December 5 online worship service.
Pastor Enderle reviews, in detail, Doctor Martin Luther's Small Catechism book. It is his prayer you will incorporate the reading of this book as part of your own devotional and personal walk of faith.
We are excited to extend the blessings of our Pantry of Hope on-site food pantry by providing free dinners to those in need for the upcoming Christmas Holiday. We will provide free ham dinners and all of the fixings for pickup or delivery.
The deadline for ordering dinners is 12 Noon Tuesday, December 14. Meals will be available for pickup or delivery on Tuesday, December 21. Meals can be picked up at the church from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Deliveries will commence at 1 p.m.
If you are interested or know of someone who could use a meal, contact Sandy Barber at 920-923-4741 or Stacy Moen at 920-579-0748 for additional information.
Dear Friends and Family,
A warm welcome to our newest partners supporting the work of Mission Eurasia! And love and blessings to our faithful friends and supports! We are grateful to you and to our Lord that you all are part of the Team, especially during the great holidays of Thanksgiving, Advent and Christmas.
In our Nov/Dec Newsletter, you will find a photo-filled report on the fast-paced activities taking us from Spain to Pakistan, with events ranging from the first Luther Academy intensive to baptisms and preaching in Islamabad.
Please pray for us and our fellow missionaries as our Eurasia Mission expands. Download our prayer card to learn more about our family and for greater involvement.
Gratefully yours in Jesus Christ,
Pastor John and Melinda with Sophia, Marie, Anna and Luca!
Pantry of Hope, our on-site food pantry provided 113 Thanksgiving meals for those in need throughout Fond du Lac and surrounding communities.
This would not have been possible without the help of all those that have supported the Pantry with food or monetary donations and to the many volunteers who assembled and delivered the meals - including Moraine Park Technical College Student Nursing Association members.
A special thank you Hope Lutheran members Stacey Moen and Sandy Barber who volunteer their time and efforts to ensure the Panty is stocked and ready to serve.
Have a safe and blessed Thanksgiving.
Women of Hope, mark your calendars for an evening to renew and refresh before the Christmas rush begins!
Please join us 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 8 for "Simple Reflections - a reflective evening by candlelight on God's promise fulfilled." This special event is designed especially for women of Hope, their families and friends. Guests are welcome.
"The Christmas Star" is a specially prepared program of music, scripture and prayer that will inspire you and your guests as you enjoy the evening sky on the night of the Christ-child's birth. The program will be held in the Hope Lutheran Church Youth Room. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. There is no charge for this event.
The RSVP deadline is Sunday, November 28. Click here download your RSVP slip. RSVPs can also be found at the back of the church Fellowship Hall. Send your RSVP to Ann Holm; firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 920-266-2283.
For those interested in serving as a Hostess or Reading for the event, contact Tana George Laudolff at email@example.com or by phone; 920-375-0367.
Check out the Sanctuary Renovation Update Video.
The project is progressing nicely. The dry wall is up and mudded. The crew will be spraying paint in the coming days.
The mosaic inlays for the new tile flooring have arrived. Be sure to check them out in the coat check area of the narthex.
The mosaic on the left, representing Holy Baptism with the cross, water of life and the Holy Spirit descending upon us will be at the entrance of the sanctuary.
The other mosaic, representing Holy Communion will be in front of the steps to the alter.
Download Reverend Dr. Fung's October Newsletter for the latest on his Hmong International Mission work.
Are you looking to add some color and interest to your outlook? Pastor and Katherine Enderle have set the dates for their next pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and warmly invite you to join them! Set aside May 3-12 or 16, 2022, to take the trip of a lifetime.
Ten days in the Holy Land will include a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, a visit to a baptism site on the Jordan River, a walk down the Palm Sunday Road on the Mount of Olives, a devotion on the Temple steps, a communion service at the Garden Tomb, a swim/float in the Dead Sea, and many more fascinating and moving experiences.
If you’d like to add more, an optional extension to the trip will include the jewel-blue waters of the Mediterranean with a 3-night cruise of the Greek isles and some historic cities of the early Christian church, including Ephesus, Turkey.
Click here to view a video produced by Imagine Tours and Travel regarding this once in a lifetime opportunity
Click here, to get a perspective from someone who has experienced the Holy Land trip.
Every Christian Should Go to Israel is a great video that portrays the unique perspective this once in a lifetime experience trip offers.
Contact Pastor or Katherine for further information.
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