Hope is blessed to have a wonderful Leadership Team. Feel free to contact any team member for information.
Dick has been a member of Hope since 1997. Since his retirement from USDA in 2013, Dick completedthe course of study to become a Lay Pastoral Assistant or LPA. In this volunteer position he serves in apastoral role at Hope and is available to serve at other ELCA congregations in the Montana Synod. In addition Dick works with the men's ministry and small group ministry, is a Stephen's Minister at Hope;and is the Lutheran Disaster Response liaison for the Montana Synod. Dick is married and has two grown children. Dick's hobbies include woodworking, skiing, restoring old tractors, horsemanship, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Paul Goodman has been working in ministry at Hope Lutheran church since February 2010. He oversees all programs relating to children, youth and families. Paul is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and still has family there. Paul has a 11 year old daughter Emma who sometimes helps with the children's messages at church!
Paul and his family have been a part of our community for 13 years. Paul enjoys skiing, playing the guitar and hiking and has a great passion for getting to know new people.
Connie is an Episcopal Deacon who has been playing the organ since she was in high school and the piano since she was 5 years old. She studied both piano and organ in college and received a minor in music while getting her 1st degree in Nursing. Her current community projects are working with Creation Care, the MT Interfaith Power and Light board of directors, director and trainer for the School for Deacons for the Episcopal Diocese of Montana and the Housing First Village for the homeless with HRDC. She is married to the Rev. Roxanne Klingensmith and together they offer fixed hour prayer every day for Gethsemane Episcopal Church in Manhattan, MT.
Pete and his wife Nancy have been members of Hope since 1990. Pete has worked in the church office since August 2007 and is responsible for managing the church office staff, the facility, and day-to-day finances.