Leadership and History

Hope Lutheran Church is an ELCA church that has a Council of Leaders elected by the congregation. Council members, who serve varied terms, meet monthly to discuss Hope’s programs and budget. We generally meet on the third Monday of the month starting at 7 p.m. If you have a topic you would like discussed, please contact Hope staff to get your topic added to the agenda. Email: councilonpurpose@hopeeagle.org to reach all Hope’s council members with a single email.


Hope remembers its past not to glorify itself but to remind us that despite any troubles, mistakes or failures that have come our way, God has been there to see us through and make us part of his glorious plan.  In the same way that the Jews cherish their history in the Old Testament, even though it is filled with both triumph and failure, we cherish ours because it shows that the one constant in their lives is God’s unfailing love.  We urge you to read Hope’s history with the words of Psalm 66:16

                 “All believers, come here and listen, let me tell you what God did for me.”

 The full account of Hope’s history is not yet finished, we appreciate your patience.