Dear Friends, The situation with Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) continues to change quickly. At New Hope Lutheran we want to respond with calm, compassion, and caution. Relying on advice from the Center for Disease Control, Department of Public Health, our synod, and the Wisconsin Council of Churches, we have decided to cancel public worship gatherings at […]
July: 7/25/2020: Wine trip to Botham Vineyards *Bring a snack to share! *Women & Men invited* Details forthcoming as date gets closer* Contact person: Tiffany Bethke or Tina Steiner Second Harvest Volunteer Day— Due to COVID19 this has been cancelled. August: Volunteer Day at Community Clothes Closet * date/time to be determined as date gets […]
In 2021, the ELCA Youth Gathering will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota June 29th to July 3rd. The early Youth Gathering registration closes November 20, 2020. The early registration fee is $350 per person attending. Youth, who are currently in 7th grade, will be eligible to go to the 2021 Youth Gathering, as it is […]
If a question arises concerning the winter weather and whether church service will be held, please listen to WEKZ or WDMP for information or call the church office, 523-4239, where a message will be posted.
This process has arisen from consideration by the Bishop Election Task Force, the Synod Council and Executive Committee, and was originally drafted by Interim Bishop Peter Rogness. Over time, as it was reviewed and discussed, changes were made. It has been reviewed and affirmed by staff at the Office of the Presiding Bishop; it has […]
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Pastor Carol Baumgartner enjoying her role as Lutheran minister, faith leader in Hollandale and Blanchardville’s ‘heart of four counties’ rural community. Pictured above is interim New Hope Lutheran Church Pastor Carol Baumgartner. Readers undoubledly may have seen her leading services or may have seen her lead the ecumenical service at the Blanchardville Father’s Day Chicken […]
Did you know…One in five American children face food insecurity – more than the populations of New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago combined. During the school week, most of these children depend on the federal free and reduced meal program their school offers. Sometimes, the meals at school are the only ones they get. When […]