We are a very active group of people. Coming together for worship, ministries, caring, learning, praying, celebrating, mourning, giving, creating, singing, and dancing. Come and join us any time!!
Lessons and Carols
Sunday Dec. 27
The Lessons and Carols worship on December 27th will go "live" via our Facebook page at the regular time of 10:00 am.
Friday January 1st
The Church Office will be closed for the New Year's holiday, Friday January 1st.
Donations of Food & for Food
Second Sunday of every Month
Good Hope food pantry is acceting non-perishable food donations, as well as monetary donations. Please make checks payable to Good Hope Food Pantry. These monetary donations can be mailed to Good Hope Lutheran Church at 28680 Cherry Hill Rd., Garden City, MI 48135.
If you have any questions contact Greg or Gloria.
In this fast-paced world of technology it's easy to feel disconnected. Reconnect with just a lit tle over an hour of your time by donating blood. Blood is needed by cancer patients, people with blood disorders, or diseases, premature babies, transplant patients, trauma, and accident victims to mention a few. Accident victims could use up to 50 units of blood. Every pint counts.
We live in a world where you shop online, telecommute, play virtual reality games, and even go to school online - but the reality is that there's no virtual blood product to help save lives. Blood is perishable and must be continuously replenished. A total of 30 million blood components are transfused each year in the U.S. the need is constant.
Every pint counts.
Please join us on January 25, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm to donate blood.
Schedule an appointment: log onto RedCrossBlood.org (sponsor code: celebration church) or call the church office and we will signed you up. They need a minimum of 25 units. They are also continuing with FREE COVID antibody testing thru March 15th. Every pint counts!
Tips to remember to help make for a great donor experience:
1. start eating foods high in iron.
2. sleep well. Get at least eight hours of sleep the night before you plan to donate.
3. Eat a good breakfast or lunch. Drink plenty of fluids.
4. Make sure you are feeling well
Remember, your donation can help save up to three lives!
Our annual congregational meeting will be held as usual on the last Sunday in January. A number of things will be different this year thugh. So that the majority can participate safely, we will he holding this meeting by Zoom. Another thing that will be different is that we will NOT be putting together the traditional annual report. Instead we will be mailing out financials to you in hard copy and allowing those Team/Committee leaders who wish to do so to give a very short verbal report during the meeting.
We also need to vote on the upcoming council members.
Details will be mailed and emailed out prior to the meeting.