A Tuesday Update from Living Hope Church

We continue our series, The Attitude of Gratitude. Last Sunday, our missions pastor, Christian Rath, shared a message about LHC Missionaries and their dedication to others. During the service, Christian and his wife, Cristina, shared a special moment with a recommitment ceremony, celebrating 25 years of marriage. We love and appreciate our missionaries! If you missed this message, you can watch a replay here:

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If you have a missionary you would like to honor, visit our Gratitude page here.

The safety of our congregation continues to be our number one priority. The LHC safety standards reflect the "Indiana Back on Track guideline. We have updated our safety standards for this Sunday and have them listed on our website. Following all of the safety guidelines can be challenging; we understand that, and we appreciate your cooperation. You can reserve seats for the Sunday service starting Wednesday morning, May 20th, at 10:00 am. For those who enjoy our online service, we encourage you to host an online watch party at home by inviting friends and family.

Our children and YOUTH have excellent connection opportunities available.

Children: Facebook and stefanie.towne@LHCweb.org

YOUTH: Instagram and bryan.hart@LHCweb.org

This Wednesday, May 20th, the Northwest Indiana Food Bank will be at Living Hope Church from 4 pm to 6 pm. For the safety of our guests and volunteers, we will have the National Guard delivering bags of groceries to each car. A photo id showing you reside in Lake County is required to receive food. Many families have experienced job loss and or reduced work hours over the past couple of months. We are here for you! If you or someone you know needs assistance with mortgage, rent, or utilities, please reach out to Darlene Hamlin at darlene@LHCweb.org.

If you have questions regarding seat reservations, need prayer or assistance, please call the church at 219-769-3601 and leave a message or e-mail us at LHCinfo@LHCweb.org.

May you continue to be filled with gratitude.