Hear the call of Worship and gather in His name.


COVID-19 Information:
We will hold one in-person service Sundays at 10am (see the guidelines under news)
we will continue to live-stream this service on our media page above.
The Wednesday 5:30pm casual drive-in services will continue through fall.
This service will be streamed on our Facebook page.
Please check back for further updates

Sunday Services
Traditional Worship
8:00 am

Contemporary Worship
9:30 am

Traditional Worship
11:00 am

Seasonal Services
Lenten Worship
11 am & 7 pm every Wednesday during Lent

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services
4:00 pm Contemporary w/ Praise Band
7:30 pm Traditional w/ Organ & Choir
11:00 pm Traditional w/ Organ

Summertime Worship
7:00 pm Informal guitar led worship every Wednesday from June to August


We invite you to look around and get a feel for our community of faith. For a fuller experience, we’d like to invite you to one of our Sunday traditional or contemporary worship services or to any of our events or ministries. Our facility is fully handicap accessible and you will find our worship space peaceful and inspiring.

At Good Hope we are committed to making disciples and sharing His hope and love with all. There is an excitement at Good Hope about the Word of God, Worship, and Prayer. We know that we’re imperfect. That’s why it’s our joy to share the message of Jesus’ love, forgiveness, and grace with all people. We value you, wherever you are in your faith journey, and look forward to helping you grow as a disciple.

God bless you this day,
Pastor Bob Quaintance
“I have come that you may have life, and have it more abundantly.”
– Jesus, John 10:10


Good Hope Lutheran is a church family committed to the authority of the Bible as the inspired Word of God.  In keeping with the Lutheran Confessions, we believe all doctrines should and must be judged by the teaching of Scripture…


Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and the Gospel as the power of God for the salvation of all who believe. We confess Jesus Christ is the Word of God incarnate, through whom everything was made and through whose life, death…

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