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Church Service Update

Posted September 9, 2020

Masks To Be Worn During Church Services


Because of Burnett County’s issuing of a mask guidance for public indoor meetings, and Gov. Evers’ directive for Masks to be worn in all indoor public places we request that masks be worn at all Worship Services.  The exceptions to this are for children under 5 years old, for those with a medical condition that would be affected by the wearing of a mask, and for those leading the service.


Masks may not protect one from getting the Coronavirus as much as they keep one from spreading it.  So our wearing of the mask is done to protect both ourselves as well as others in our congregation.


For those having a medical concern or not feeling comfortable to attend church in person, we continue to broadcast services on-line every Sunday.  If you have a need or desire to talk to Patzy or the Pastor, both are available.

New Members


New Member’s

will be accepted into New Hope Lutheran Church this Fall.  If you are interested in becoming a member of New Hope please contact Pastor Emory or our secretary Patzy Wenthe.

Sermons on Facebook

Posted April 15, 2020

April 19, 2020 – Only Believe

Services Suspended

Posted March 18, 2020

To the Congregation of New Hope Lutheran Church.
Due to Gov. Evers Directive to prohibit all Mass Gatherings of 50 people or more, which included places of worship, New Hope is cancelling all Worship Services until further notice.  This Directive goes into effect immediately. There will be no Wednesday evening or Sunday morning Services until this order is cancelled.  For more information on this Directive you can go on-line
We are working on a message and service that will be able to be viewed on our website at:
If you need to contact the Pastor, I can be reached by calling my home office at:  715-635-2972.
Remember, this too will pass.  Keep looking to Jesus; He has promised to be with you. God Is In Control.  John 16:33
God Bless You,
Pastor Emory

Posted August 30, 2019

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