Posts from December 2016

New Year's Day Service!

New Year’s Day Service! Bring in 2017 with our gracious Savior.  Church is at 10:00am and will have plenty of coffee.  Bible study and Sunday school classes will still be on break and resume January 8th.

Jesus, Name Above All Names

What makes a Christmas tree a Christmas tree? Is it the bright-shining lights? The beautiful garland and strings of colorful beads? Maybe it is your favorite ornaments. Many would argue that a Christmas tree just isn’t a Christmas tree until the star is put on the top. Without the star, something is missing. The Christmas…

Ground Breaking Service!

Keep your calendars open for our Ground Breaking Service!  God be praised for His grace to our growing congregation. Bible study and Sunday School resumes and we will also have lunch after the service to celebrate.  More details on that to come.

Christmas Eve Service

Hope Lutheran Church celebrates Christmas with a candle light service tonight December 24th at 6:30 PM! Join us as we sing carols and children sing about the Christmas story. We invite all to celebrate with us the Hope revealed in Jesus our Savior.

Cedar Park Tree Lighting

Come join us on Friday December 9th for the Cedar Park Tree Lighting.  Hope Lutheran will be volunteering at a game booth (pin the nose on the snowman 🙂 and passing out invitations to our Christmas service.  This is a free event with lots of activities for the whole family (games, craft projects, carriage rides,…

Old Town Leander Christmas Festival

On Saturday December 3rd we will be hosting a booth at the Old Town Leander Christmas Festival.  Festivities begin with the Rudolph Run at 10AM, ends with the Tree Lighting at 6PM and includes music, food and a parade in between!  Our children will be providing some of the music and recitation at 1:15, so…

Oktoberfest

On the evening of October 28th, one could hear the festivities going on at Hope as we celebrated Oktoberfest! Food, drink and music brought together visitors of the community and members of the church. It was an evening where friends and family were able to dance to some polka, eat good food, and sit around…