Education

Learn with us!

Children's Ministry

Sunday School is every Sunday at 9:30 in the Room 3 on the second floor of the education building.

We us Orange Curriculum's "252 Basics". Our November theme (which is about cooperation) is called “Jam Session: Build a Better Beat.”

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Youth Group Hang Outs

This past year we have looked at some of the evidence for Truth in the Bible and how we can share that with other people.

As we wrap up “Not a Fan” video series, we will start to dive into a new study. Bring a friend!

We have youth group hang outs on Sundays at 6:30 PM in our new youth room location on the north end of the office building.


Life Groups

Hope's mission of making disciples by sharing God's compassionate love is something we want our members to take into their homes. Life Groups are an awesome way to do that. These groups get together regularly for fellowship, study, and often times FOOD!

We currently have five life groups, four of which are based on location in Bradenton (Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, Southwest), and the fifth group which is the Young Adult group. If you are interested in connecting with a Life Group, please contact Cindy in the office at 941-755-3256 or office@hopelutheranfl.org. 

 

Adult Education

Sundays

Join us each Sunday at 9:30 in the east classroom on the 1st floor of our Education Building. Just follow the blue footprints leading from our sanctuary/worship center. Everyone is welcome!

Current series: A Savior is born

Have you ever thought about the intricate details of the first Christmas? How Mary handled the startling message from the angel Gabriel? Why God sought fit to first appear to the lowly shepherds, and choose a manger in Bethlehem? Or what it would have been like to stand before a multitude of angels?

God was intentional in every detail of his plan to bring his son into the world. Through Mary, an everlasting hope would come to the nations. Through the little town of Bethlehem, the birth of our Savior would become a reality and be our prince of peace. Through shepherds, God would exalt the humble and show us that He is the sovereign shepherd of love. Through angels, God would send good tidings of great joy that would come to all people, everywhere.

The humble events surrounding Christ’s birth glorify all that our Savior is. From the stable to the cross, He redeemed us from sin to give us life. Just as his birth introduced grace and redemption for all people then, the invitation continues for us today. This undeserved gift is truly what the wonder of the first Christmas is all about!

Join us for our advent season bible study starting this week: Sunday December 2nd thru December 23rd 9:30 am in the fellowship hall.

Mondays

9:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall

Bible Study on Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians.

Tuesdays

7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall

We are studying Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.