1700 South Cliff Avenue  *  Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Hope Lutheran is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America and exists to proclaim God's grace and develop fully devoted followers of Christ for the glory of God.
And now these three remain: hope, faith and love. 
But the greatest of these is love.
 - 1 Corinthians 13:13
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1700 South Cliff Avenue  *  Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Welcome to Hope Lutheran
Worship Service: Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Worship Service: 
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Worship Service: 
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Hope News 
Hope Calendar
July 18, 2017
  HopeCare Board 12 noon
  Church Council 7 pm

July 20, 2017
  Chapel 10:00 am

July 23, 2017
  Worship 9 am
  Dominic Gulbrandson baptism

July 25, 2017
  Mission/Outreach 7 pm

July 27, 2017
  Chapel 10:00 am
  Caring Conversations 10:15
  Faith On Tap 7 pm

July 30, 2017
  Worship 9 am
  Food Pantry Sunday
We gather in worship, service and fellowship to love God and share of Jesus way for living. Hope Lutheran affirms a God that created ALL, recognizes Jesus love that welcomed ALL and celebrates a Spirit that is poured out for ALL. 
At Hope we share God’s love through action. We know that it is through service to the needy world that God’s love can be shared, not for some reward or future 
promise, but because we know that we are part of a fabric that is inter-connected and mutually dependant. When one hurts – we all hurt. When one celebrates – we all celebrate.
So if you are broken, bruised, battered or just bored – Hope is what you need. 

- Pastor Lynnae Sorensen
Meeting Our East African Neighbors At Hope
Adult Activities visited McCrossan Boys Ranch on June 21st
July 16 
August 20
Adult Activities went to McCrossan Boys Ranch on June 21st for a tour and picnic (where door prizes were given out! Dale Bachus got a selfie stick) See Laura Anderson's pictures here
Ragnar South Baptized
On Sunday, June 25th we celebrated the baptism of Ragnar South.  See pictures and special music here.
This Sermon Series will lift up some of the troubling ideologies that seems to have pushed a generation away from the church. We will consider the scriptural and historic theologies that have often been misinterpreted, misrepresented and misunderstood. Many times, the ancient ways of the church were more in tune to the aspects of God that millennials are trying to understand and telling us that they are looking for in their lives. The God that they know and love, doesn’t seem to be a part of the church of today. The ancient can inform the future of the church. 
On July 9th the Mission and Outreach Committee provided an opportunity for members at Hope to be introduced to East African culture through food, music and a coffee ceremony. .  Our wonderful neighbors provided the food and fun educational experiences for us. Thanks to all who attended, and to our neighbors for introducing attendees to their world.  Also thanks to Duane Lund and Ron Keenihan you can see pictures of the event.