Imagine No Malaria – and help that happen at Soupfest this Saturday at 6:00pm

A fun night of all you can eat soup, bread, salad and dessert to benefit our Sunday School mission project, Imagine No Malaria. Soups, stews, chowders and chilis made by some of our great HUMC cooks.
After dinner entertainment: Samantha Wilde, author and minister, will give a humorous and uplifting talk, “You’ll See It When You Believe It!” Her book Strange Gifts, Some Writings On Love, will be available for signing and purchase with a portion of the proceeds going to Imagine No Malaria.
Tickets are just $7 and $4 for children 12 and under. Purchase tickets at church after church or call Alice at 323-7123

 

March 22nd, Sunday Service

Listen to the entire service here.

 

Sunday Service – March 15, 2015

Guest speaker Lois Pare takes on a journey of God’s love bringing us to the light that shines forever.

 

March 1st, 2015 Sunday Service, Second in the Lenten series

Mark 8 – Reverend Aida talks about the human that Jesus was.  The choirs sings an ‘amazing’ rendition of Amazing Grace and Lois talks to the children about the impossible nature of bumble bees.

 

Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Talent Show

The Missions Team thanks everyone who came out on a snowy Valentine’s evening for an evening of delicious spaghetti and exciting talent.  Here are a few pictures from the event:

 

Our 13th annual Spaghetti Dinner and Talent Show is quickly approaching!  It will be held on Saturday, February 14th at 5:00 PM.  This event is a time to support our wonderful sister church relationship with Alpha y Omega in Tipitapa, Nicaragua.  Invite your sweetheart or gather a group of friends and come out for a delicious meal and some great entertainment!  We promise that there will be some great music, funny stories and who knows what else to keep you smiling!
For anyone who would like to offer an act for the talent show or make a dinner reservation, you can see Marci Eggen at church beginning January 19th or call the church office for information about how to reach her (323-7584).  Tickets for the dinner are $7 each and $4 for children 12 and under.  If you are interested in lending a hand with meal preparation, serving or clean up, please see Lucy Klein.

We are so blessed to have this sister church connection between Hope UMC and Alpha y Omega and they are so appreciative of our annual aid.  So, let’s make this a fun time together and another successful event!

Sunday Service – February 22, 2015

Cyndi tells us all about Noah with some surprises for the congregation and Rev. Aida begins our journey into Lent at the river Jordan.  The choir joins the message with their anthem – “The Rain flows to the River.”