Faith & Worship

Jesus said, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind,

and strength." With those words, we realize that our faith isn’t just for Sunday

mornings in the church building. Our faith is lived out daily, and we seek

opportunities to broaden and deepen our faith and relationship with God and

one another in various ways.

We worship together in person and live streamed every Sunday morning at

10:30am. From traditionally sung Lutheran liturgy to contemporary Christian

and gospel styles, Hope’s goal is to provide creative and relevant worship that

touches hearts and glorifies God. We work to have a joyful experience in

expressing all gifts for the glory of God.

We're on Facebook

You can follow us on our Facebook page Hope Lutheran Bozeman or find a link to our weekly live stream in our midweek newsletter.

Prayer List

We are a praying community!  Please contact the church office with prayer requests as well as prayers answered for those currently on the list. 



+ Dan Roys, health concerns

+ Carol Graham, cancer diagnosis

+ Bob Haraden, prayers for his healing and comfort

+ Tom Galbreath, brother-in-law of Donna Stratton, diagnosed with a brain tumor, prayers for his healing as well as comfort and strength for his family.    

+ Luke Heimbigner, son of Dorie and Dan Heimbigner, recovering from a bacterial infection

+ Susan Goodman, Paul's Mom recovering from a stroke

+ Laura, niece of Toni Banwart, rehabilitation after a stroke

+ Sue Stephens, as she continues treatment for multiple myeloma

+ Laura Bergen, battling pancreatic cancer, friend of Bill & Nicole DeArmond

Stu Starner, undergoing cancer treatment

+ Bob Reed, health issues


+ Nancy Astrup, prayers for Nancy and her family as they grieve the loss of Nancy's mother, Louise Lifka

+ Liz Fraser, pray for Liz and her family upon the death of her stepfather, David Haverlah

+ John Christopherson, pray for Pastor John Christopherson and family upon the death of John's wife, Cathy Christopherson

+ Ryleigh Bruce, granddaughter of Dan and Dorie Heimbigner, prayers for Ryleigh's health as well as strength and wisdom for the Bruce Family

+ Local family in crisis,  for strength, wisdom and healing

+ Arthur, for success on his path in the Navy


+  Lily Brosten, age 8, granddaughter of Joel Brosten, on-going kidney issues

+ Nigel Spottisabode, multiple surgeries, hospitalized since before Thanksgiving

+  David Brosten, brother of Joel Brosten, who needs a kidney transplant

Wendy Brooke, Lorna Nelson’s daughter


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Get INvolved

The invitation is open to all of the following groups:

  •  Bible study on Wednesday mornings at 10:00am at church.
  •  Bible study on Thursday mornings at 6:30am at IHOP on 19 th Street.
  •  Taize worship once a month in conjunction with Living Christ’s Mission (Campus Ministry @ MSU)
  •  Contemplative Prayer group on Mondays via Zoom
  •  Sunday School, Confirmation, High School youth activities (see Youth page)

Congregational Care

Hope Lutheran provides compassionate caring for our members by nurturing body, mind and

spirit. We bring Christ’s healing and wholeness to individuals, families and community through

our various ministries. If you are interested in being part of our ministries, or are in need of

their services, please contact the office.

  • Stephen Ministry

    Stephen Ministry is a confidential listening ministry that has been a part of Hope Lutheran for over twenty years. Our Stephen Ministers are trained to provide spiritual companionship to individuals experiencing life transitions such as illness, family challenges, grief or loss, aging or other life concerns.

  • Grief Group

    Hope’s Grief Group usually meets twice a year for an 8-10 week period. If you are interested in joining the next group, please contact the office.

  • Eucharistic Ministers

    The practice of carrying communion to the sick and homebound has been part of the Lutheran understanding of the means of God’s grace since Martin Luther. Hope’s Eucharistic Ministers receive training so that they may serve those who are wanting the sacrament but cannot make it to a worship service.

  • Baptisms, Funerals, Memorial Services

    Hope is here for you and your family in times of celebration and in grief. Please connect with Pastor Heidi or the office to schedule these services.