We invite you to join us for worship. We are currently using the Narrative Lectionary and we invite you to join us as we take a deeper look at the Bible stories.
The mission of the Congregation of Good Hope Lutheran Church is to inspire faith in our risen Lord and Savior, in whom we have the blessed assurance of redemption and the hope of eternal life. In His missionary love, God gathers His people, The Church. Because of our love for God, we as faithful servants are willing to carry out God’s will by offering love, care, fellowship and forgiveness to all who do truly repent by:•Providing opportunities for worship, training andeducation to all•Reaching out into our community with a special commitment to God’s wordGood Hope has a mission to perform in this world and is alive only when we fulfill God’s calling.
Sunday ScheduleSunday School - 9:15 a.mWorship - 10:30 a.m.No Sunday School Dec. 18, 25 and Jan. 1
Bible StudyGood Hope has a monthly shared adult Bible Study.The Good Hope Women of the ELCA hold a monthly Bible Study.Weekly Bible Readings follow the Narrative Lectionary.
Pastor S. Kim Peterson and Pastor Trudy A. Peterson
323 Dieckman St. N.E., Titonka, IA 50480515-928-2282
Sunday SchoolThe 2016 - 2017 Sunday School year begins on September 18, 2016. The last day of Sunday School will be on Sunday, May 7, 2017. Sunday School begins at 9:15 a.m.No Sunday School Dec. 18, 25 and Jan. 1All children aged three and older are invited and encouraged to join us for Sunday School.Students aged 3 years - 6th grade participate in our Spark Rotation Sunday School program where they explore Bible stories through Cooking, Video, Bible Skills and Games and Art Workshops.7th & 8th grade students use the re:Form curriculum.For more information about Sunday School, contact Vicky Nelson at 515.928.7152.
Christmas ProgramSunday School Christmas Program is Dec. 11 at 4:00 p.m. Cookies and beverages will be served in the fellowship hall after the program.Practice Schedule:Wed., Nov. 30 - 6:30 p.m.- 3rd grade - high school studentsWed., Dec. 7 - 6:30 p.m. - All students