'For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve ...' 

Mark 10:45


Good Hope Lutheran Church has a rich history of being 'little Christs' by serving the community and surrounding neighborhood. 

  • Charitable Support

    Good Hope has a long history of investing in the greater community. Here's a few notes from our beneficiaries.

    Lutheran Disaster Response

    "Your Spirit-filled generosity is helping families and communities reeling from disasters here in the United States and around the world... Thank you for your gracious gifts. The glory of God is shining through you." -The Rev. Robin Brown, Mission Funding Director for the ELCA

    Hope Clinic, Ypsilanti

    "We all crave hope itself and you've provided that by partnering with Hope Clinic to make lives better by serving the whole person with free medical, dental, food, and care + prayer; in Jesus' name... You are truly making lives better in the midst of uncertainty and real pain."

    -M. Douglas Campbell, Executive Director

    Vista Maria

    Thank you so much for your recent gift... your support of our work helps us continue the 137 year legacy of healing and restoring the lives of vulnerable youth."

    -Mary Vogt, Director of Marketing and Fund Development

    Ronald McDonald House Charities, Ann Arbor

    "As a result of gifts like yours, we will keep 1,200 families a year close to their children during medical crises by providing lodging, meals and other vital services."

    -Kim Kelly, Executive Director

  • Women of the ELCA

    Our Purpose Statement

    As a community of women created in the image of God, called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry and action, and promote healing and wholeness in the church, the society, and the world.


  • Food Pantry


    During COVID-19, food will be distributed using the following procedure:


    During the Week:

    - Call the church office (Monday - Thursday from 9:00 AM to Noon), and provide your name

    - A pick-up date and time will be agreed

    - The food will be placed near the church entry with your name identified on the box, at which time it can be picked up.


    Drive-in Food Pantry (9:00am - noon):

    - October 24

    - November 21

    - December 19


    Anyone is welcome to come.  Limit one per household.

  • Fellowship and Outreach

    The Boards of Fellowship and Outreach provide fellowship opportunities to all members, and engages the community to experience the love of Jesus Christ. Regularly scheduled outreach opportunities will resume post-Covid.