New Hope Lutheran Church is a community of people who come together for worshiping God through transformed lives.
We are a come as you are church. If you like to dress up for church, then come dressed up. If you don’t, then don’t. This is a church of people who work hard during the week and have carved out a morning to worship God, to stop and thank God for their blessings, to talk with people in the community.
Come as you are also means that you bring your whole self to worship. No pretending. God looks into your soul, listens to your confession, and tells you that you are a forgiven child of God, full of grace and the Holy Spirit.
The next phrase that describes New Hope is come make a difference. Isn’t that what we all want to do? We want to make a difference in someone’s life, in the community around us, in the world. That is why we collect money for those in need. That is why we do local mission work with Christ’s Haven, Community Storehouse, CEC, and more.
The third phrase that defines New Hope is come to belong. People in this world and especially this country are becoming more and more isolated. Do you feel anonymous? Have you start realizing that you are not involved, that there are no relationships forming, and that you are by yourself in the midst of a crowd? At New Hope you never have to feel that way.
Come as you are
Come make a difference
Come to belong
If you feel drawn to a life transformed, to make a difference in the lives of others, and to a community that’s home, we invite you to New Hope Lutheran Church. From all different walks of life, people come to New Hope to find hope and grow in a relationship with God, their friends and family while finding the joy of serving others. Their lives were transformed as yours can be.
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2105 Willis Lane, Keller, TX 76248 Phone 817.498.4339
Scott Martin, Parish Lay Minister
Mary Heneke, Administrative Assist.
Steve Bourgeois, Choir Director
Bruno Ribeiro, Accompanist
Elizabeth Kunkler, NHCS Director
Diana Perez, NHCS Asst. Director
Janice Needham President