Living Hope Lutheran Church seeks to always be an open and welcoming faith community.
Since all people are created in God’s image,
we commit to working toward justice and inclusivity inside and outside this congregation.
What does that mean? This means that our table is a place where Jesus sits down to share a meal with us.
This faith community welcomes, includes, and affirms people of every race, color, culture, age,
gender identity and gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, faith story, economic situation,
physical and mental ability, educational level and work history.
In this church, you can be who you are and more fully become the person God made you to be!
We come here to meet Jesus – who meets us as we are, welcomes and leads us into the fullness of new life
through his death and resurrection. Together, we grow in faith and discover what it means to be
the Heart of Christ in the Heart of the City!
If you're not able to join us in person, we can be together online, every Sunday morning for worship at 9:00am.
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Your worship Bulletin for
Sunday, February 5th, 2023 @ 9am
Celebrating Black History Month
Did you know?
In 1868, just three years after the end of the Civil War,
and in the midst of Reconstruction,
Michael Coble was the first Black man
licensed to preach by the North Carolina Synod.
Undoubtedly, he faced challenges we cannot even begin to imagine.
After receiving little support from the North Carolina Synod,
he and fellow pastors Nathan Klapp, Samuel Holt, and J. Koontz would form the Alpha Synod of the
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Freedmen in America in 1889.
Pastor Coble's importance to the Lutheran church was invaluable. We honor him and his commitment.
In 1832, Jehu Jones, a 46-year-old freedman was ordained by the Lutheran New York Synod. In 1834, he started St. Paul Lutheran Church in Philadelphia.
He received minimal, and sometimes no, financial support for this work. In spite of this, he faithfully served God and the church until his death in 1852.
The undercroft of the church survives inside the University of Pennsylvania’s Mask and Wig Club.
Game Night @ Meepleville
Friday, February 24th @ 6pm
Join Living Hope at Meepleville on for a Game Night! If you like different table top games than Meepleville is the place for you! There is food and drink for purchase and over 2k games in their collection to choose from.
All Ages are welcome to attend. We hope to see you there!
Meepleville is located on Sahara & Decatur.
4704 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Let's Go to The Movies
Congregational Meeting with Pastor Miguel Acosta
Join on Zoom Monday March 6th @ 7pm
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SENIORS EAT FREE
The Heart of the City meal program offers free meals for seniors (age 60+) every Monday-Friday beginning at 2:00pm. Come eat tasty food and make new friends!
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Living Hope Lutheran Church is a Reconciling in Christ congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.