Because we are made right with God through the saving work of Jesus Christ on the cross, we have life together - together with God and together with one another. The term “life together” comes from the Greek word “koinonia” (pronounced “koy-no-nee-a”), meaning “having something in common or sharing in something.” Our life together as Christians comes from God Himself, especially by means of the Gospel and the Sacraments, and it flows out in our loving and serving one another. At Hope, you can join and see our life together in:
The most important musical ensemble is the gathered congregation. Through music we hear, teach, and share our faith. We sing hymns that teach the faith and focus on our redemption through Christ's birth, death, resurrection, and ascension. We sing portions of the liturgy as a joyful response to God's grace given to us. Through our hymnody and liturgy, passed down through the ages, we share in the faith of all the saints who have gone before us. Learn about our other musical ensembles.
Growing in the faith together as God's Word makes disciples of all ages and through all of our lives. We begin with a joint prayer and devotion then we break off into groups. Read more here. | Join us every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
A group for play and fellowship for Moms and their young children.
Hosting our friends from ThriVe St. Louis as they teach women and men how to be good and godly mothers and fathers.
Sacred Meditations is a short-form podcast of prayers and meditations in which we find peace by meditating on Jesus Christ.